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“There shall come to pass a general confusion as to … where things actually are.”
— Monty Python, The Holy Grail.
This is the story of my life. I have no sense of direction at all. I drive and walk around in desperate circles; it is safe to say I am never really certain where I am. Just different shades of lost.
I stepped away from my coworkers at lunch the other day to buy some smokes 2 blocks away. I returned 45 minutes later to find my lunch in a box and my coworkers wondering what the hell is wrong with me.
I’ve tried navigation software with mixed results, especially when walking. I gather that GPS works best the faster you’re moving because it detects a doppler shift in signals coming from satellites. Or something. All I know is, on foot, no GPS software on my iPhone could accurately tell me where I am and what direction I’m facing.
Which is weird, because Apple’s compass app works fine.
The world’s biggest social network brings a tightly honed experience to the iPhone
and iPod touch, but nonetheless still enables you to access your contacts,
feeds and other important information. This sense of focus makes it in many
ways superior to using Facebook in a desktop browser.
We did a bit of a double-take on seeing Microsoft’s name attached to this, not least
given the lack of a price-tag. But PhotoSynth is a really great panorama app it
is user-friendly and fun to use, especially when watching your panoramas take
shape while you capture them.
The prospect of Nike+ but better and for free mightsound unlikely, but that is
what RunKeeper provides. Previously split into ‘pro’ and ‘free’ versions, the
developer now generously includes all the features in one free app.
RSS has a reputation for being a rather drytechnology, feeding you dull lists of
headlines.Pulse flips RSS on its head, providing streams of feeds that grab
your eye with photographs. It’s perhaps not for the hardcore RSS crowd, but if
you follow a small number of feeds, it is a great choice.
Plenty of apps exist for transferring content between your computer and your device, but Dropbox is free and easier to usethan most of its contemporaries. Dump files
you want to sync in a folder on your computer and Dropbox for your device will
enable you to access them, download them for offline viewing.
These are the best apps for iphone.
Here are 12 the best apps for your iPhone.
- PAPRIKA RECIPE MANAGER
- HALIDE CAMERA
- LASTPASS / 1PASSWORD
- MICROSOFT OUTLOOK
- GOOGLE MAPS
- GOOGLE PHOTOS