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Top Ten Must-Have Apps for iPhone

Written on December 26, 2010 by B Waldorf

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"Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. It's very fortunate if you can work on just one of these in your career. Apple's been very fortunate in that it's introduced a few of these." ---Steve Jobs, CEO Apple

is called a smartphone for the obvious reason that it has smart features. You can make calls, sent messages, play games and browse the Internet using a single device. It runs under the iOS platform and user can access the exclusive Store where applications and games can be downloaded.

’s CEO, Steve Jobs once said that:

“Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. It’s very fortunate if you can work on just one of these in your career. Apple’s been very fortunate in that it’s introduced a few of these.”

Jobs was right about it. Apple’s iPhone created a new phase in the mobile phone industry. iPhone has so much to offer that is is sometimes overwhelming. AllWeLike makes things easy for you by shortlisting the hundred apps to top ten.

1.

Facebook is the king of all apps. Then, PC and now on iPhone.  Check notifications, messages, friend requests and comments by just one touch.

2.

KIndle is a scene-stealer but when it comes to e-book reading on your iPhone, Stanza is the choice. Download e-books and built your virtual library in just a tap.

3.

Skype became a necessity when it comes to voice calls. Just create your Skype account and you are on your way to nonstop talks with your family and friends across the globe.

4.

Select a film and the app figures out where you’re located, lists nearby cinemas, and displays times your chosen film is showing. Efficiency can be further increased by pinning favorite cinemas to the top of the list.

5. Thomson Reuters News Pro

Thomson Reuters News Pro offers a breadth of new update and this factor makes it a champion. Preferences enable you to tailor the app’s output to the UK, and the toolbar provides swift access to news, pictures, videos and stock markets coverage.

6.

Be updated with the latest trending topics with the Twitter app. Check the timeline and respond to your friends’ tweets right away. You’ll never be left behind with this app.

7.

Imagine having Wikipedia everywhere you go —amazing. Wikipanion is dependable open-source encyclopedia that gives you the quick access to facts about anything under the sun.

8. – Dictionary & Thesaurus

A million definitions and 90,000 synonyms are available in the palm of your hand with this free, offline dictionary and thesaurus. The app is fast and efficient, includes phonetic and audio pronunciation of words, and its interface seems perfectly suited to the iPhone.

9.

Set up an Instapaper account, create a bookmark in Safari on your device, and you can then send articles to Instapaper Free, for a superior and focused offline reading experience. The app also acts as a superb taster for the paid version, which adds alternate themes and iPad support.

10. Bump

Another contender for the ‘surely, that’s witchcraft?’ award, Bump enables you to select up to four contacts, then ‘bump’ your device into another iOS device running Bump to transfer details, or to compare contacts.


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