Since after the launch of iOS 8 for iPhone and iPad to offer more features and accessibility apps are being updated every now and then. Here we have listed some of the top 10 iPhone apps of 2014 that will not only help your iDevice to get latest features but also to get optimistic productivity. Also this time with latest iOS 8 operating system iPhone users can install any third party keyboard apps to enhance typing speed while writing mail or texting to someone. Next, Widgets has also been introduced for its usefulness in incorporating new widgets to the Notification Center. Featuring five widgets, the app comes with a calculator, calendar, time zone, currency converter and photo frame.
Top 10 iPhone apps of 2014
Apple with the latest iOS 8 has updated many apps and tools to use the iPhone 6 hardware to the most. Mostly the camera and the display. However, the iPhone and 6 Plus has the best camera than ever. iMovie from Apple is an interesting app allows you to edit your video by yourself. This combination of hardware and software results in a tiny pocket video editor suite you can use to record, edit and share full movies – and now all without squinting at edit points!
iMovie app comes pre-installed with 64GB and 128 GB variant of iPhone 6/6 Plus.
2. Swype Keyboard
Swype is the most intelligent and smart keyboard on the planet available for both Android and iOS. Whether you type or Swype within the words, it allows you to input words faster and easier compared to other external keyboard. It learns the way you type so the more you use it, the smarter it gets. The gesture-based keyboard with predictive text is available for $0.99 on the App Store.
PCalc is the powerful selection for students, engineers, scientists, programmers, or indeed anybody looking for a feature filled calculator. It includes multi-line feature, optional RPN Mode, able to change key layout, a paper tape, multiple undo and redo, an extensive set of unit conversions and constants, engineering and scientific notation, as well as support for binary, octal, hexadecimal calculations.
Tough, the app is not free at all, you need to spend around 10 buck to get the app but after reading the review at iTunes Store, app is quite helpful and nice.
4. Transmit iOS 8
Earlier on iOS, file management was very tough task for everyone, and overly reliant on Dropbox, given that many apps integrated with it to some extent.
Then Transmit offers the smarts from Panic’s OS X app to the iPhone running iOS 8 or 8.1, merges it with a minimal and beautiful interface, and also makes use of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in landscape by giving you a dual-pane view.
The app supports FTP, SFTP, WebDAV and S3, allowing you to use compatible apps to create your own virtual cloud storage in seconds.
5. Adobe Photoshop Express
Editing photos on Mobile was never so easy without any help of third party app. Adobe has taken this issue to another level. People now can easily edit their photos easily with Photoshop Express, a free photo-editing app for the iPhone and other iOS devices. Photoshop Express is a power packed tool that can even handle noise reduction. All in all, Adobe Photoshop Express is a solid tool for making light photo edits on your iPhone.
6. Pinterest App
It’s easy to snap photos in the real world and upload them to your Pinterest. This image pinning app lets you organize and share all pictures of anything you find online or in your life. With the app on your iPhone, You can watch what others are pinning on Pinterest, and sometimes, the items are for sale and can be purchased by following a link out to the retailer’s site. It’s a great tool for collecting and browsing images of things you like or that excite you.
A social magazine app allows you read all your news feed from your social networks. It is the most popular app to catch up on the news, read stories from around the world and browse articles, videos and photos friends are sharing on social networks you are connected in. To begin, pick a few interests and tap any of the tiles to begin flipping through your personal magazine. Great Way to stay updated.
If you hear a song other than your iDevice and don’t know what it is (or for the life of you, can’t remember who sings it or wants full info about the song)—Shazam to the perfection option to get rid of that! Launch Shazam and hold it as close as you can to the speakers, then let the app listen the song. Within a few seconds, the app will tell you the title, artist, and sometimes even find the album art, too.
9. Yahoo! Weather
Apple’s weather app goes for a high density of information, so Yahoo!’s takes a simpler approach: the current temperature pasted over gorgeous Flickr photos shown in full 1080p resolution.
- See animated sunrise, sunset, wind, and pressure modules.
- Browse interactive maps: radar, satellite, heat, and snow.
- Track all your favorite cities and destinations!
- Get all the details: wind, pressure, and chance of precipitation.
- Twice daily notifications help you be prepared, whatever the weather.
- Experience weather conditions for rain, snow, fog and extreme heat with animated weather effects.
Notifyr sends push messages from apps like WhatsApp and Instagram right to the Notification Center in OS X 10.9. The app connects your iPhone with your Mac via Bluetooth and once connected the first time, connects automatically each time your devices are in range. It might be a helpful app if you use to work late on your Mac and don’t want to skip even a single notifications comes to your iPhone.
For this useful app, you need to spend £2.99 to get on your iPhone.