Best iPhone Apps of 2010
Hear we are including best iPhone Apps of 2010. you can find them billow…
Skyfire Web Browser
It is the alternative of Safari browser that has one advantage over everything else out there on the iPhone. It can play Flash videos on websites. It have a ability to access Flash websites on your iOS device opens up a big hunk of the Internet.
Through this apps you can Hit the app on your iPhone and you can access everything you put into the folder on your computer. You can also send files,photos, music. It’s extremely convenient for keeping your work with you in your pocket.
EpicWin is easily the most fun and most inventive. The app keeps track of what you have to do on your to-do list and uses reminder alarms to keep you informed, but each time you check off an item, EpicWin awards you experience points.
Find My iPhone
It is the apple’s free device location app was only just broken free of the company’s MobileMe service with the release of iOS 4.2, but there’s no other app as useful if your iPhone should become lost or stolen.
It supports the pioneering micro-blogging and social networking service purchased Tweetie, another great Twitter app, and turned it into a streamlined and elegant Twitter client for the iPhone.
There’s a bit of a battle between Twitter and TweetDeck users, but both are great little apps. TweetDeck is good for those of us who use the Twitter client back on their desktops. You can sync all your desktop columns) from your other TweetDeck account.
Read It Later Pro
It is one of the most useful apps for the iPhone is Read It Later, which lets you save articles you’re reading on your desktop and pull them up later to finish them on the go. One of the greatest things about having a smartphone in your pocket.
Kindle e-reader is a great solution for reading books without having to carry them around. Kindle’s iPhone app is just as great, if a little limited by the device’s small screen.
Hipstamatic is a photography app. It offers a lot of stuff the other seemingly millions of photo apps in the App Store just don’t. This includes using different “flashes” and “lenses” to take photos that look stylized or aged.
This photo-sharing social networking service has seen tons of growth and has lots of users. Instagram offers a great way to keep in touch with friends and show them what you’re up to, and what you’re seeing while you do it.
It supports Find items you might want to buy fro amazon.com, then shoot the bar code with your iPhone’s camera and price compare with what’s available on Amazon. It’s easy, free, and saves you money. Talk about a perfect app!