You see, I’m not an iPhone user so this is kind of difficult for me to vouch for what apps you should download for your iPhone. But I’ve found that I could find info about this elsewhere. The Business Insider posted an article highlighting the 10 best iphone apps, EVER. That’s the best iPhone apps of all time. Sure, many people may disagree with some of these apps. But this is where you’re imput comes in. Comment on this blog with your favorite iPhone apps. Here’s what they had to say were the best:
Turns you’re phone into a camera. The app offers basic photo editing features, such as crops and special effects, and you can directly send your edited picture off to Facebook
9: Pocket God
iPhone users must like to play God as the game allows you to rule over your island and control the fate of your citizens. The app continuously updates with new episodes for you to mess with your islanders as well as new powers to test out.
8:Angry Birds Rio
Released as a partnership with the animated film Rio, this special edition of Angry Birds lets you rescue exotic feathery friends instead of destroying the usual hoard of swine. You can even fling over a special breed of bird that flaps its wings to knock over structures instead of slamming into them.
7: Tiny Wings
Tiny Wings combine the innocent wish to learn how to fly with beautiful graphic art, making this app one of the prettiest games you can play on your iPhone. The app was recently chosen as iPhone Game of The Year in the App Store Rewind 2011 list compiled in Europe.
6: Words w/ Friends
Words With Friends is easily one of Zynga’s most successful games on the iPhone, especially since you can play each game on your phone and continue it on the Facebook app
5: Angry Birds Seasons
Angry Birds Seasons updates the levels to match your ongoing festivities, whether it be Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day, Halloween or Christmas. The constant updates also bring you new birds with its own unique powers, including the orange expanding bird and the green boomerang toucan.
4: Cut the Rope
In 2011, Cut The Rope landed in IGN’s Best Game on The iPhone list, with more than 60 million downloads to date. The cute strategy game was also the first to win a BAFTA award for Best Handheld Game in 2011.
3: Doodle Jump
Doodle Jump lets you bounce your way to the top while battling aliens and UFOs, all with the control of tilting your phone left or right. Though Lima Sky, the game’s developer, released a Christmas special edition of Doodle Jump, the original version remained the popular choice among iPhone users.
2: Fruit Ninja
Fruit Ninja is a game that needs so much of your precision that even New York Knicks’ Jeremy Lin (jokingly) named it as one of the ways to improve the speed of your hand-eye coordination skills. The cartoony, sloshing sounds only help add to the sensation of annihilating random fruits tossed onto the screen.
1: Angry Birds
The Angry Birds phenomenon would be nowhere if not for the original version which premiered in December of 2009 and captured our angry, angry hearts ever since. The game has since expanded its franchise to various other platforms, including apparel, food, and even a theme park.