Do you own a iPhone and wondering what are the apps you need most for your phone. Here we are going to give you the top 10 apps list which will be great for your phone and your daily use. This apps is needed for each and every single person and i guess most of us use it regularly using computer or cellphone and using other devices so we must need to have all of them in our iphone too. So here goes the list:
This apps is free.This all-in-one calculation app delivers numbers on nearly everything, from currency conversions to loan interest figures. It converts metric to imperial measurements for temperature, cooking volumes, length, and more.
This app is free.When the Safari browser that came pre-installed on your iPhone simply won't load, Opera Mini wins. The first true alternative browser for Apple's iPhone isn't a better browser than Mobile Safari—at least most of the time—but when AT&T's network totally collapses on you, Opera Mini pulls Web pages out where Apple's own browser stalls. Opera Mini is different than other so-called browsers. As a proxy browser, it doesn't actually load Web pages at all. Rather, it sends a request to Opera's servers, which loads the page, compresses it by 80 to 90 percent, and sends your phone a compressed image of the page.
This app is free.Half the fun of having a smartphone is looking things up when you're in the middle of a bar bet—and hopefully being right. Wikipedia is the go-to source for fact-checking in the mobile age, and it usually returns results faster than a mobile search engine.
This app is free.Square lets you easily accept credit card payments via your iPhone through its innovative app and a tiny card reader that the company sends you when you register to use its service. Anyone can use it, from small business owners to friends who loan cash to other friends too frequently. The hardware component plugs into your phone through the headphone jack, and, once connected, it can immediately start accepting payments. Square takes a small fee, 2.75 percent, for every swiped transaction, or 3.5 percent if you have to key in the credit card manually.
this app cost $2.99 What makes the Dictionary.com app useful is that the information is local. Rather than wait for the website Dictionary.com to load, you can look up dictionary definitions immediately from the app. There's also a free version of the app, which has advertisements (the paid version doesn't).
This app is free.With more than 30 languages supported and delivering impressively accurate results most of the time, the Google Translate app is one of the most remarkable programs you can load onto your iPhone. Most people probably won’t need it too often, except when traveling or studying a language, but it can be amazingly useful in unexpected circumstances.
This app is free.What was the name of that movie… the one with Ally Sheedy and Fisher Stevens?" The next time you can't remember the name of an actor, television show, or film (Short Circuit, by the way) IMDb saves the day. One of the handiest reference websites on the planet, IMDb never fails when it comes to looking up anything that has to do with TV, film, or Hollywood. The app also lets you find which movies are playing at your local cinema, and even purchase tickets. With an IMDb account (free or paid for Pro), the app provides even more features, like the ability to create a watchlist of movies you want to see.
This app cost 99 cent.One of the best weather apps you can get is Weather+, which lets you create and save customized weather pages for different cities and regions, with eye-popping graphics to boot. The app provides, time, temperature, humidity, precipitation, and five-day forecast, but it's really the design and imagery that make the otherwise utilitarian app something to behold.
This app is free.Social networks thrive with a reliable app—you've got to be social on the go—and Facebook's for iPhone is solid. Despite occasional crashes, Facebook loads pretty fast and has a decent interface for viewing photos. The design is intuitive to navigate, too.
This app is free.Social networks need mobile apps to thrive, and Google+'s is a fine start for the platform that arrived in July 2011. The app taps into conventions established by other online social networks, like Facebook and Twitter, while finding some of its own strengths at the same time. Google+ Mobile works fairly well, due to a smart design and comprehensible interface. Unlike other Google products, which are often accused of being too sparse, the mobile app is balanced—not too cluttered and not too thin on menus, buttons, and features.