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The Apps You Should Download to Your iPhone 4S

October 20, 2011 Leave a comment

The iPhone 4S is a brand spanking new phone, a new friend in Siri and a desperate need for some apps. Follows a list of some favorite iPhone applications.

Find My Friends:

Find My Friends, Apple’s your-friends-are-now-live-dots-on-a-map social network, is here.The new location service makes more interesting check-ins for convenient and successive sharing of the location. The app helps the user to update with the location of his/her friends in real time. Go through the etiquette guide on how to use Find My Friends.

Movie Trailers:

Apple’s “iTunes Movie Trailers” app brings out the giant library of trailers we love. In credit to it, the new app also allows you buy tickets, find nearby theaters and pen down film releases on a calendar.


Apple made this app for old people. But there are 21 different card layouts that makes it more attractive, where the user can give quick, short message as per their desire. The user can also add a picture either from gallery or snap a new shot. Cards directs the user step by step where to put the photo, to add title and to sign.

Scribblenauts Remix:

  Scribblenauts is attractive as it was on the DS, you write a noun into the game    and then the object you wrote appears in the game where you can use it or if it has half a brain (like an animal), will start playing around in the world too. 40 levels and non stop fun. The app costs $5.





  Foursquare has a new Radar Feature in its iPhone app that is smart. Radar informs the user  if he/she is near friends, one’s To-Do List. The app will notify the user even when the app is closed. It is like Find My Friends. The app is free of cost.





Airport Utility:

Apple has brought out with another app, an iOS Airport Utility. The user can change his passwords, reset his routers, update firmware- all in one hand. The app visualizes the user’s entire network, which the desktop client totally lack. The app helps in managing larger setups.




Real Racing 2:

Real Racing 2 got a new update for iOS 5 that’s actually pretty sweet: you can play the game wirelessly on your TV with AirPlay and even challenge friends to a multiplayer race with Party Play. Ah-mazing.

NHL Gamecenter:

NHL Gamecenter is the best way to keep track of the NHL season with live scores for every game, tv listings, standings, news articles, etc. Upgrading the premium, Gamecenter app will get live radio broadcasts, video highlights and more, more videos.  With GameCenter Live subscription, you can watch all the hockey games on your iPhone too.




  Hipster is like Instagram meshed with Cards but not really. It’s kind of like Instagram because you can use filters to snazz up your photos. As in Cards, you use those photos to create virtual postcards. There are 10 different postcard styles along with the ability to add text and tag your location to the postcard.





Source: gizmodo