Do you wish to know the best iPhone apps? Though many such apps are coming up at the app store here are the 20 best iPhone Apps which are of the best quality and utility. Note that before you download these apps from iTunes many of these apps are paid apps which means you need to buy them for your iPhone
There are plenty of apps that transform photos into personalized takes on works of art. With a few taps turn a photo of a loved one into something resembling artwork that might once have graced a 1950s postcard or ancient theatre poster. Some of the great features are that your printed transforms your photos into vintage printed art. Watch your photo get printed plate by plate as it transforms your images. Save your printed art and share them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. You can create beautiful, high-res, frameable art for your home.
Some of the App features include
• 12 pre-set printed styles to customize your photos including letterpress, silkscreen, comicbook and more.
• Image export at high resolution.
• Support for AirPrint.
• Control of borders, lightness, effect size and saturation.
• Includes example images.
2. DJ Pro App AU$7.99
djay Pro provides a complete toolkit for DJs of all skill levels. Built exclusively for iPhone, djay Pro seamlessly integrates with your media library and Spotify, giving you instant access to millions of tracks. Pristine sound quality and a powerful set of features including high-definition waveforms, four decks, and video mixing give you the endless creative flexibility to mix muon the goe-go. However, whether you’re a wannabe or pro-DJ, djay Pro for iPhone warrants investigation for allowing you to experiment on the go.
Shoot beautiful authentic photography and become part of the world’s most creative community, exclusively on iPhone. With the Classic Camera digital photography has never looked so analog. Shooting Classic provides beautifully rendered skeuomorphic cameras that transform your experience as you swipe through lenses, flashes, and films. Use Multiple Exposure to shoot multiple images in one shot and get amazing artistic results
With the Pro Camera for the mobile photographer looking for a minimal capture interface with maximum control, shooting Pro gives you ultimate creative control. With a wide range of features, you will love this app all the way.
Poison Maps (‘POIs on maps’ is a wealth of information from OpenStreetMap shoved into an app and twinned with an interface that makes it a cinch to drill down into categories. The app contains every possible category of POI: food, hotels, banks, toilets, fuel stations, tourist attractions, leisure, parking, shops, hills, towns, transport, hospitals, churches, schools, libraries, civic buildings, rescue services, and much more.
It also contains millions of miles of colour-coded routes, such as railways, subway maps, bus routes, cycle routes, hiking trails and ski pistes. The POIs and routes are all taken from the fantastic OpenStreetMap project.
The app includes many unique features:
• Toolbar at the bottom of the screen that allows you to display what you want in just 2 or 3 taps;
• Signs pointing to offscreen POIs, so that you never miss a nearby POI;
• Compass, radar and scanner modes that display the nearest POIs in different ways;
• Unique gesture that allows rapid panning by temporarily zooming out (using 3D Touch when available);
• Back and forward buttons that help you retrace what you have looked at (like on a browser);
• Apple Watch app that shows what you want in only a few taps (or just one tap of the complication);
Space by Tinybop is all about exploring the cosmos and fiddling about with the major components of the solar system. Travel into space and visit tiny Mercury, fierce Venus, friendly Earth, dusty Mars, stormy Jupiter, elegant Saturn, hazy Uranus, and mysterious Neptune. Hurl meteorites through the atmosphere. Spin around the sun and zoom onto its surface.
Space is No.8 in Tinybop’s award-winning Explorer’s Library. Kids can discover new worlds in other Explorer’s Library apps, including The Human Body, Plants, Simple Machines, The Earth, Weather, Homes, and Skyscrapers.
Infltr has you load a photo and drag your finger over it to change the filter. Every movement subtly adjusts what you see – an intriguing mix of randomness and tactility that proves compelling.
The app also has its camera, works with Live Photos and panoramas, and offers plentiful export options. And if all that dragging feels like a bit too much hard work, just tap the randomizer button to get a new filter and change things up once more.
Set the stage for reading success with this delightfully interactive educational app. Kids will have a blast learning their ABCs and building vocabulary with the adorable monsters in Endless Alphabet. Each word features an interactive puzzle game with talking letters and a short animation illustrating the definition. Before you know it, your child will be using words like gargantuan and cooperate!
Some of the best features include:
– 100 words to learn and play with.
– Delightful animations teach children the definitions of the words in a fun and engaging way.
– Word game teaches children letters.
– 3D Touch on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus makes letters and words react in an extra special way!
– Endless Alphabet was designed with your children in mind – there are no high scores, failures, limits or stress. Your children can interact with the app at their own pace.
8. Storyist App- AU$22.99
Storyist is designed to transform your iPhone into a powerful writing environment. Efficiency is the app’s watchword from the off, with excellent templates that provide a document structure ready for input, including example pages so you can see how things work.
When typing away, you’ll appreciate the custom keyboard bar that makes it a cinch to navigate on-screen and adjust text styles. Impressively, the app also integrates the kind of index cards seen in Scrivener( in iPad version), so you can get a high-level view of your work, and quickly rearrange your story whenever needed.
Create beautiful stop-motion animated movies with this app anywhere instantly on your device. Everything you need is right at your fingertips. No computer is needed. It’s simple to use, deceptively powerful and insanely fun to play with. Create fantastic movies your friends will enjoy or share it with the world on YouTube, Facebook and other sites. Cool themes, titles and sound effects are easy to add, too.
During editing, you also get plenty of options. Frames can be copied and pasted, and audio added – which intelligently plays until completion (rather than cutting off once a new frame is played), so multiple effects can be overlaid.
The app perhaps stretches a little too far in claiming to offer ‘rotoscoping’ – that is, drawing over frames for a result akin to A Scanner Darkly – due to the related tools being too basic and fiddly.
10. Pixure App- AU$4.49
On iPhone, Picture is a great app for dabbling with pixel art. Along with prodding individual pixels using a pencil tool, there’s a neat flood fill option and shape tools too. Layers provide scope for more complex art, as does the option to import an image from elsewhere as a starting point. There’s no lock-in either: you can export to a range of formats to share your miniature masterpiece, or work on it further elsewhere.
What makes Vision different is it Instantly previews and adds effects to photos from your camera roll. The unique effects are built in-house and based on the same effects used in movies and music videos. All the effects work live in your camera as you’re capturing moments. You can have a full-frame photo and video capture. There are no length restrictions when post-processing your videos, and live capture up to 4mins of footage at a time
The actual filters are of varying quality and not quite up to Prisms in terms of aping real-world styles. But ‘animated sketch’ Hawthorne is superb, and you will love using Belmont, which makes snaps akin to canvases with oil paint thickly applied.
There are plenty of Wikipedia apps knocking around the App Store, but V for Wikipedia does something a bit different. Although you can use the app to search Wikipedia in the normal way, it starts out displaying a Nearby tab, providing articles about interesting things in your vicinity.
Visually, this looks superb – tabs snaking their way from locations on a map with too large clickable thumbnails at the foot of the screen. It’s also a practical way to find out more about somewhere without resorting to review-oriented web services. Typography and layout design is smart and sleek, and a slide-in table of contents is always only a tap away.
Castro is the first app that is designed to help you track a broad range of shows and pick out the episodes that appeal to you. To do this, we introduce a concept that is new to podcast apps: episode triage. In use, the system works a lot like email: new podcasts show up in your inbox, and you fling those you’re interested in into the top or bottom of a queue and dump the rest in a searchable archive. For those podcasts where you must listen to every episode, they can be queued by default. This is smart, saving you time and effort, and the archive works brilliantly, providing speedy access to older episodes.
A playground for GIFs, ImgPlay aims to bring life to whatever you capture with your iPhone – or to fine-tune the motion within those things that already move.
You start by loading pretty much anything from your Camera Roll: photos, videos, Burst mode images, Live Photos, or GIFs. With stills, you can select a number of them to stitch together, essentially making ImgPlay a kind of low-end stop-motion tool.
But it’s with Live Photos and Burst shots that ImgPlay realmes interesting. You can take the video or sequence of images your iPhone shoots, trim the result (including removing individual frames), add a filter and text, and then export the lot as a GIF or video. For free, the app’s full-featured, but buy the small IAP and you get more filters, no ads, and no watermark on export.
Burst converts burst photos taken with the built-in Camera app into videos or GIFs Features. Launch the app and you see your burst photos as little film strips, each detailing the number of images within. Select a burst and you can trim the series, adjust playback speed, and alter playback direction.
Your edit can then be exported to video or GIF. The process is elegant and simple bringing new life to images you’d never use.
Some of the features include
• Play a burst sequence as a regular video
• Trim the burst sequence to preferred frames
• Set playback speed — slow down or increase the frame rate (0.25–3.0x)
• Set playback direction — forward, reversed, back and forth
• Export as video or GIF to your Photo Library
• Share with friends or just keep it
Carbo lets you capture and organize handwritten notes and sketches, bringing handwriting into the digital age, right on your iPhone and iPad. Carbo’s innovative visualization technology sets you free from pixel artefacts while preserving all expressiveness of your original drawings. Collect notes, design sketches, or whiteboard drawings. With Carbo, you do not draw on the screen, but instead use your favourite pen and paper without any constraint.
Tag and annotate your notes for easy retrieval. Store them either on the device itself or in the cloud, with native support for iCloud, Evernote (beta), and Dropbox. Finally, turn your notes and drawings into beautiful creations using a variety of handcrafted export styles and share them with the world. It’s a friendly, intuitive app to work with, and efficient, too – a typical Carbo note requires only a tenth of the storage as the same image saved as a standard JPEG photo.
17. Ferrite Recording Studio App– Free App
As a free app, Ferrite Recording Studio is mightily impressive – a kind of beefed-up Voice Memos, which lets you bookmark bits of recordings to refer to later, and then edit and combine multiple recordings in a multi-track editor view. But when you pay for Ferrite, it becomes a fully-fledged podcast creation studio on your iPhone.
First and foremost, in-app purchases remove track and project length limits. This affords much greater scope for complex projects, which can have loads of overlaying tracks and potentially be hours in length.
The paid release also adds a range of professional effects, which can help transform your project by making the audio cleaner and more engaging.
But whether you pay or not, Ferrite’s usable, intuitive interface should make it a tempting go-to tool for amateur podcasters, even if they’re also armed with a PC or Mac.
Living Earth is a combination clock/weather app unlike any you’ve ever seen. Living Earth presents a stunning live 3D simulation of our planet with weather, forecasts and a world clock for cities around the world. View global cloud patterns, hurricanes and tropical storms. Explore weather dynamics on our planet with real-time weather maps and tropical cyclone tracking. Gaze at our planet floating amongst a universe of thousands of accurately rendered stars and gain a completely new perspective on time and weather.
SosoCamera is a Multishot App. Compared to the iPhone’s original App for taking photographs, it has two new functions: Multishot and photo filter. You can click the left button to go into the Film List interface. You can scan the photographs which you have taken here. If you click the middle button you can enjoy the pleasure of taking photographs. Click the right button, you can go into the photographs’ setting inference. You’d better go into here before you take pictures. Use boxes on the top to set the number of photograph sheets and their arrangement. You can choose strong colours or weak colours or make them in black and white photos, etc.
Leech Tunes is designed for controlling music playback without you looking at your iPhone, largely by utilising the entire display for gestural input. It is a fresh new way to enjoy your music. Now you can listen to your music with great ease and style. LeechTunes features customized gesture controls in a skinned interface that shouts out your personality. LeechTunes is perfect for in-car use for safer music control. No need to look away from the road while changing track & playlist. Also great while doing other tasks like jogging, working out or just general listening.
You can download these 20 best apps from iTunes and remember that the price given here is what was found at the time of writing and can vary. Enjoy