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oneSafe, Fluke HD, Jumpy Horse - Some Smart Apps for iOS

Steve August

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With its easy-to-use interface, amazing features, and rock-solid stability, iOS has gained reputation as the best mobile operating system. It has also been regularly updated to integrate exciting new features. iOS is very friendly not only for the users but also for the developers and no wonder it has more than 500,000 apps at present. Let me introduce few smart apps now.

oneSafe: This is the app you should get, if you are concerned about security and privacy of your data in the iPhone. oneSafe helps users in protecting their documents with passcodes. It has pre-designed templates to let them add details under a variety of topics such as email accounts, Facebook accounts, credit card, banking, insurance, travel, contact, notes, IDs, licenses and computer accounts. Images, PDF files, Excel sheets and Word files can also be added to this safe. However, while launching this app for the first time, users can set only a four digit number as the passcode. It is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 3.0 or later. It costs USD 0.99. Download it from here: http://itunes.

Fluke HD: It is an iPad board game that comes with five board layouts and can accommodate up to six players. When they are alone, users can play against the iPad or join the online players as it has OpenFeint and Game Center integration. If the users are familiar with board games, they would need no guidance to use this app. After launching it, they need to select the number of players, input their names and choose tokens to enter into the game. Users need to roll the dice to roll it and move the tokens accordingly to reach the end of the board. If the developers could add a board with snakes and ladders, it could impress the users who love to play it in the traditional way. Fluke HD is compatible with iPad and requires iOS 3.2 or later. It costs USD 0.99. Download it from here: http://itunes.

Jumpy Horse: This game lets players be a lovely wild horse that can run, buck and jump free. They need to tap on the horse or tilt the iPhone to make it jump and throw the cowboy. They can start the game by touching the horse and as the game progresses, the cowboy would know how the horse behaves. Therefore, users need to act wise to make the horse throw him. They also need to let these horses pasture once in a while. Jumpy Horse lets users design their own place by arranging the obstacles. This game would look even better, if the developer could tweak the interface a bit. Jumpy Horse is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and requires iOS 4.0 or later. It costs USD 0.99. Download it from here: http://itunes.

Mobile applications make smartphones work smarter and I think these apps are really smart in their categories. As you have noticed, all these apps cost just USD 0.99. This is a great deal for the ad-free apps, so try them now!

Author bio: Steve August is an iPhone app review expert and Chief Editor of AlphaDigits (, a website that publishes Android app reviews and iPad app reviews . Developers can contact him through AlphaDigits to get their apps reviewed.


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