This blog lists the best iphone, ipad and ipod touch apps. It is updated regularly with apps which were only previously reviewed by either the developer or via the app store itself. There are over 2000 reviews on this blog of both top and not so top rated apps. A pretty good way to find stuff you might otherwise miss out on..
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Best Apps For Ios 2018
Snake VS Block
Rules of Survival
8 Ball Pool™
Kick the Buddy
Sniper 3D Assassin: Gun Games
Most popular iphone apps
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Whatever your take on the social network of record, its messaging app is without equal. You don’t need a phone number to use Facebook Messenger, and you can use it on any device without the need for your phone to be present as it must with WhatsApp. It works on every platform, unlike iMessage. It also has many cool features, like audio calling and video chatting with AR masks, stickers, and mobile payments. You can even play games through it with your contacts. Oh, and all of that’s free.
Facebook Messenger (for iPhone) Review
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Google’s email app is a wonderful communication tool. Like the excellent Microsoft Outlook, it lets you read mail accounts from Hotmail, Yahoo, and others via IMAP. Gmail doesn’t integrate your calendar the way Outlook for iPhone does, but it makes your entire email database easier to deal with than the preinstalled Apple Mail app. It’s smooth and fast, and even gives you five seconds to undo sending.
Gmail (for iPhone) Review
Many messaging apps require you to give up your phone number to those who you chat with, but Kik only requires a username. Featuring a bot store boasting more than 6,000 bots, Kik beat Facebook Messenger and Skype to the punch in the field of artificial conversationalists. Group chat, photo and video sharing, and gaming add to this youth-focused app’s appeal.
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Microsoft Outlook’s light and flexible mobile email app supports nearly every email account you own, includes an integrated calendar, and provides a Focused inbox that only displays important messages. Frequently updated, the app includes an ancillary Apple Watch app and supports 3D Touch. Unlike the rest of Office Mobile, the Outlook iPhone app is totally free.
Microsoft Outlook (for iPhone) Review
Skype is one of the best free communication tools for the iPhone. The app lets you make video calls, and supports rich texting with animated emojis. A good bot selection delivers info you can use, as well as entertainment. As with other Skype versions, this iPhone app lets you call or chat with other Skype users at no charge, or buy credit to call any other phone number, landline, or mobile. You can even get a phone number that lets anyone call your Skype account using a regular phone.
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