10 Most Useful iPhone Apps 2010
There are a lot of iPhone Apps but what are the ten most useful iPhone Apps 2010 applications? If you’re having trouble deciding which application to download and don’t want to have to trawl through thousands check out these 10 must have apps.
- Trainyard. A multicolored puzzle game that requires you to build train tracks to move different colored trains on to. The levels become increasingly difficult, which keeps the player entertained.
- FAAD. FAAD stands for Free App A Day. It allows you to view a choice of the day’s free apps. An interesting daily browse with some bargains to be had.
- Wi-Fi Fast Connect. This application is produced by The Cloud network provider. It’s designed to help iPhone users access The Cloud hotspots with greater ease. This application conveniently installs a profile that allows it to automatically log on to hotspots rather than having to approve the network setting every time.
- Rhythm Spirit. This great game is a cross between a rhythm-based music game and Street Fighter. The game’s 2D characters and backgrounds has a cool Asian style. The game requires you to tap icons floating toward the center of the screen on a line. The music underneath sets the tempo for the scene. The scene that unfolds as you tap is an Asian fight scene complete with ninjas and throwing stars. Your tapping drives the speed of the fight.
- WordWeb Dictionary. WordWeb is an English dictionary with a thesaurus included. It contains 285,000 words. This dictionary is compatible with International and British English. The best thing about this dictionary is that it doesn’t require internet access to function.
- Speak it! Text to Speech. This application lets you enter in text and then reads it back to you. You can choose from several voices such as male and female American and British voices. The application is simple to use and free.
- Adobe Photoshop Express.This application beats out other photo-editing programs because it is user-friendly and free. It’s an add-on to Photoshop.com, which allows you to edit photos quickly.
- GoodReader. This application allows you to read Microsoft Office files as well as video and audio files. The application warps text so that it fits the iPhone screen. The application lets you make sticky notes and create editing marks on documents.
- Locality. There are many applications that are location-based but Locality is free and is a great application to have on your iPhone. This application offers a variety of search categories so that you can search services such as hotels, cinemas, restaurants, banks etc. in your area. Locality lists phone numbers and addresses as well as links through Google Maps so you can get directions from your current location.
- Reeder. This news reader application is integrated with Google’s Reader service. This means you can group all your daily RSS news feeds and then synch them onto your iPhone and read them all on Reeder. The Reeder also lets you import folders that you have in Google Reeder and remembers what you have and haven’t read. The application is easy to use, has a clean interface and a choice of background and text colors.
Posted on: Dec. 06, 2010