Top 10 iPhone Apps For 2013

September 6th, 2013 | Posted by Ankit Sajwan in App Store

A number of iPhone apps are available in Apple’s very own App Store. Some apps are more popular than others. Here are top ten iPhone apps, which have gained huge popularity in 2013. Let’s take a look at them.

Find My iPhone
This application has been a staple of iOS for long. However, that doesn’t make ‘Find My iPhone’ less worthwhile in 2013. With it, your iPhone can be tracked if it gets stolen or misplaced. This is a must-have app for every iPhone user.

Listening to podcasts on iPhone is a great way of passing time, but Apple’s option is less than perfect. Downcast is a fantastic option. Once you set up this app on your iPhone, it automates everything. It downloads your podcasts directly in theapp and works over Wi-Fi as well. It is a very powerful podcast application, which is really more useful than other options available in the App Store.

Keeping a track of all your ordered packages is a pain. Slice is the app, which does this tracking for you. It taps into your email account, pulls the tracking numbers and displays all the info on a single screen. To track any particular package, all you need to do is open the app. With Slice on your iPhone, you do not need to mess around with the menus or tracking numbers anymore.

Dropbox is a superb cloud storage service but what sets it apart from the crowd is its mobile application. With Dropbox app on your iPhone you can directly upload pictures; share media files in the Dropboxfolder and edit files through different services. Dropbox syncs perfectly with your PC, tablet and iPhone enabling you to keep track of all your important documents on the go.

Checkmark is a fantastic ‘to-do’ app for tasks that are based on location. With just three taps, you will be able to create tasks, which will notify you when you arrive at work, get back home or pass by a grocery store. By doing this, you will remember to get things done at the right time. If you wish to have a built-in iOS Reminders app with more functionality, this app is the right one for you.

Whatsapp Messenger
It is an instant messaging service app. People mainly use this app for texting. However, it can also be used for sending videos, audio clips and images to other users of this app. It’s an inexpensive way of texting. Users just need to pay a nominal charge yearly for this instant messaging service app.

Track 8 or Panamp
You will find a default music app on iPhone. It is okay but it lacks power-user features. So, the best option would be to go for Track 8 or Panamp. Panamp is useful for people who are looking for better search options, solid gesture controls and a dynamic queue. On the other hand, Track 8, is about social features and a clean interface. No matter which one you opt for, you will surely get more out of them than the default app.

It is very hard to distinguish between the different e-reader apps for iPhones because they look quite similar. But Kindle app is presumably the most popular. With it, you can read millions of free kindle books on your iPhone.

Google Maps
This is the best navigation app on iPhone. It is free, has a superb location search feature, offers street maps and provides a wide variety of route planners for people who look for directions to go from one place to another by public/private transit or on foot.

If you are an avid Facebook user, this app can provide you a the best social networking experience. It is especially handy on your iPhone for when you need to double-check the event locations, update your profile while standing in a queue at DMV or to get hold of a friend’s contact number.

So, you might have noted that while some apps are new, others like Find My iPhone are maintaining their popularity. Install the apps that you find most suitable for you.

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