The Apple Store now has over 1 million apps. The store boasts that any IOS user can find anything and everything under the sun through these apps. The New Year has opened a newer opportunity for the iPhone application developers to fill the inventory of the app store.
The year is still to show itself in its true self, opening newer horizon for newer apps to the iPhone users. Therefore, what are the best apps, which will help you to kick-start the New Year on a big note? For the reader's convenience, some of the common apps such as 'Twitter', 'Facebook', 'Pinterest', and 'Instagram' are removed from the following lists. These apps are sure to open a new horizon from the perspective of social media.
The iPhone app such as 'Jelly' has been the brainchild of Twitter co-founder Biz Stone. The architecture for 'Jelly' is somewhat like that of the Yahoo Answers targeted for the New Year. What this app does is take queries from the user and gives answer to them, which are based on the crowd sources. Based on the ideology of a connected society bent on helping each other, this particular app is here to assist the user in the most vivid possible way.
This time the iPhone developers has also installed photo-sharing feature as well. The app like Jelly shows immense possibilities, which can help in changing the face of social networking once and for all.
No one can deny that 2013 has been that year when video kicked-in in a big way. There are several features attached to this wonderful free app developed by the former employees of Apple and BBC.
This app focuses on sending videos as easy as tweets. It is not as hard and time taking as uploading a video, writes a title and then share. The whole process of 'Wordeo' takes only 30 seconds for completion.
The app takes the liberty to go through Getty's image library for content to match with the user preference and help in with the video development...