12 best iPhone apps that make Android users jealous
Apple has one big advantage compared to Android which is getting a lot of the newest apps first before they arrive on Android. There are lots of amazing apps and they don’t find their way onto other smartphones. For iPhone users there’s always something new to try and that makes Android users green with envy.
Here you are about to find the best iPhone apps that you can only find on the app store, but don’t brag too much to your Android friends.
Marc Andreessen and Snoop Dogg made a new trading app called Robinhood and you don’t have to pay any commission fees when you use it. With Robinhood making it easier to stay on top of your portfolio with its Apple Watch app and iPhone widget, you can access market data and quotes in real-time.
3. Fresh Air
The new weather app, “Fresh Air” emphasizes visuals with its minimalist weather graph. Just scroll forward in time to see how the weather will be in the future, and connect it to your calendar app, so it gives you forecasts on upcoming appointments.
4. Mr Jump
Mr Jump is one of the most frustrating games of the moment that walks the fine line between addictive and difficult. You control it as he jump over various obstacles across canyon chasms and leaps over spikes, and the latest expansion introduces new levels and a new jetpack ability.
Vesper is an elegant tool for collecting notes, ideas, things to do or anything you want to remember. You can easily tag each entry so you can search for a specific thought by keyword anytime you need it. All your notes will be synced to your Vesper account, free of charge.
Previously, if you wanted to create smooth time-lapse videos, you needed expensive tripods and stabilization gear. Fortunately, Hyperlapse from Instagram uses its image-stabilization techniques to smooth out shaky footage in a great way. It’s a great app for capturing sports moments, car rides, weather, crowds, and journeys on foot.
7. Product Hunt
Product Hunt brings you the best new products, every day. It is a place to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and technology., and there’s now a games category as well. The app allows you to follow startup founders, view curated collections, post new products on the fly, and download apps directly while browsing.
Litely is a powerful photo app for adding delicate filters to your photos, giving them a film-like tone. Tap the screen with two fingers and see what your photo looked like before adding any presets. The app’s non-destructive editing features means that you never have to worry about losing your original.
9. Dark Sky
it’s tells you exactly when inclement weather, like rain or snow, is going to happen. This beautifully designed app features a precipitation timeline that lets you know minute-by-minute predictions for when you can expect rain.
10. Loopy HD
Easy way to create music on your own by layering looped recordings. As you have seen on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, you can create music with Loopy HD by layering beat boxing, instruments, and singing.
11. Sky Guide
Beautiful astronomy app that works like magic. Sky Guide is easy to use: Just aim your phone or tablet at the sky and Sky Guide will highlight the constellations, stars, and planets high above you, and it will display all details about each.
its a photo sharing app with an emphasis on beautiful layouts. With Storehouse easily snap your pictures and format them into a beautiful and smart layout. The Storehouse Newsfeed also features great curated content, and it’s a great place to discover picture-based narratives from talented photographers.
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