Missed the latest round of apps in iPhone land? Don’t worry, we have you covered. It’s downright impossible to always make sure that you get all of the different apps that have come out. If you’re looking for that extra bit of something for your iPhone or even your iPad, this is the guide for you.
Are you a big Google Talk fan? Agitated that there’s no Google produced app for this on iOS? Don’t worry — Verbs has you covered. This is a premium app that costs money, but it works very smoothly on iOS. Take that, imo.
If you haven’t gotten the Gmail app, you really need to. It looks just heavenly in iOS-land, and it has such a smooth setup. The Gmail app on the Android side just doesn’t compare. Don’t believe us? Check it out for yourself.
3. iA Writer
If you’re taking a lot of notes everyday, then iA writer has to become your new best friend. It just has to be that way, sorry. You will have your articles and notes stored as plain text, which means that just about every app you can think of works well for this purpose.
You’ll like the distraction free interface, as well as the fact that it syncs to Dropbox as much as possible. You will also be able to search for important keywords in every article or note file in a flash. This is very good to keep track of things you might have forgotten otherwise.
Are your RSS feeds out of control? Reeder can help. Even though Google Reader is the go to, that doesn’t mean that you always want to work in that interface. Reeder actually saves to not only Pocket, but also Evernote, Twitter, Safari, email, Facebook, iMessage/SMS, Instapaper and plenty more services where that came from.
This is an RSS reader that you’ll enjoy for a very long time.
We’re pretty big Twitter fans, and Tweetbot just works. It’s hard to get recognition on iOS for a great Twitter client, but you’ll like this one. If you’re still thinking that TweetDeck is the end all, be all — you’re in for a really nice treat here.
Overall, there’s a lot to be excited about when it comes to iOS — whether it’s iPhone, the iPod touch, or the iPod. There are just too many great apps out there to list them all, though we would have loved to do so if we could. Why not check out all of these great apps and see for yourself?