There are now over 1.2 million mobile applications available to download to iOS and Android smartphones. There are thousands of iPhone apps you may want to try, but the truth of the matter is, there are only a few best iPhone apps you can actually use on daily basis. Some apps are used on constantly and other are important iPhone apps for professionals. The following list showcases our best pick of top iPhone apps you can use for your needs including audio, networking, travel, news, photography, productivity and more. These apps have shown outstanding performance this year.
# Jango Radio Mobile
Plays customized Internet radio streaming to your iPhone when you want it. Similar to Pandora
Highlight uses information from your Facebook account to determine if other Highlight users in the vicinity should know about each other. It also tells you when one of your actual friends is nearby-roughly within one-and-a-half blocks.
Pocket, formerly Read It Later is currently the best bookmarking app out there. Save For Later. Put articles, videos or anything into Pocket app. Save directly from your browser or from apps like Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse and Zite.
GO is an easy-to-use and great app that lets you post photos, videos and messages onto their network (no cheating with backdated photos!). It it offers you an anonymous option to post whatever you want without attaching your handle to it.
A light client on your computer that catalogues the videos of your choice, and your iTunes playlists, and then lets you easily stream the files in them easily to the app on your iPhone.
# Tiny Tower
Manage your own skyscraper from the ground up, extremely addicting.
Hound is a voice recognition app and a great music-specific search engine. You speak an artist’s name or song title into the app and it’ll pop out all the stuff you want to know.
# Naturespace :
A collection of relaxing nature sounds, reproduced in 3 dimensions to provide you with the most realistic experience.
# Pick: A great alternative to Instagram. It starts with filters, then gives you the option to add all kinds of stamps, borders, messages, and silly icons to your snapshots.
A productivity app that lets you easily create and complete tasks with the swipe of a finger. The app’s voice-dictation technology records tasks without a user needing to type anything. Drag & drop to plan your agenda, swipe off a task to mark it as complete & shake your iPhone to clear your completed tasks.
# HippoRemote Lite:
This app controls your Mac remotely via Wi-fi. Extremely useful when you’re leaned back and enjoying a movie. Take control of your Mac from a distance without distractions.
# Wunderlist :
A productivity cloud-sync task manager that allows you to share your lists with friends and colleagues. Organize your to-do lists on the go and synchronize them with your free Wunderlist account. View and modify your tasks on Windows, Mac, Linux,iPad, Android and the Web.
The TED app showcases riveting talks from experts in the fields of technology, entertainment, and design. TED’s official app presents talks from some of the world’s most fascinating people: education radicals, tech geniuses, medical mavericks, business gurus and music legends. Find more than 1,100 TEDTalk videos.
A great-looking free app that allows you to manage projects, to-dos, expenses and time spent on a particular task.
Camera Awesome takes your photos to the next level by shooting fast and taking sharper, better-exposed shots. This app is one of the most full-powered camera apps out there.
# Sprd the Note:
Share song with your friends directly from your iPhone. Import the track your want to share from your iPhone/iPod touch’s music library. You have an option to share via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or email.
# Clear :
The new Clear to-do list app takes a different and fresh approach from others in that it’s not loaded with auxiliary features. The app lets users sort listed items by priority and quickly swipe to erase them when they’ve been completed.