iPhone and iPad apps are certainly helping people. They let grown-ups manage work, home life, or simply watch a movie over the web. For kids, they offer diverse experiences in learning and entertainment. With the rise of App Store, they have started enticing people of all ages. These three apps can make your experience with iPhones and iPads more seamless.
Organized: It is an easy-to-use hierarchy style note taking app. This app allows users to organize their notes in folders, so that they can sort them by date, priority, long notes and audio notes. These notes can be moved from a particular project to another easily via drag and drop. As notes can also be classified under 20 different types, it helps in better identification. Let us hope that the developer would add the search feature in the future updates. Organized is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad and requires iOS 5.1 or later. It costs USD 0.99.
Simply Declare: With this app, users can save all the details about their purchases during the travel. If they set a spending limit, it would deduct the amount of their new purchases from it. It updates currencies in real time and converts the purchase currency price into home currency price. Users can also take picture of their invoices for the future reference. This app can be used as a simple budget app as well as for declaring duty. However, with it, users can keep track of only one trip at a time. Simply Declare is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad and requires iOS 4.2 or later.
As Apple has been doing a great job in getting developers to start writing apps for the platform, App Store already has hundreds of thousands of apps. And this number has been growing at an amazing pace every day. If you need help in choosing the right app to put on your mobile, make sure you check out these apps. As they have made several best apps lists, they can be a starting point. These apps are cool and very interesting, and I’m sure there will be more to come.
Author bio: Steve August is an iPhone app reviews expert and Chief Editor of AlphaDigits (alphadigits.com), a website that publishes Android app reviews and iPad app reviews . Developers can contact him through AlphaDigits to get their apps reviewed.