1. Ad Blocker by Photo Master Labs
While desktop owners have mostly solved the problem of annoying ads long ago, Safari users weren’t that lucky. The issue of traffic is a much more important one for mobiles to begin with. This Ad Blocker is an app that really blocks all ads on iPhone – literally. Everything that was annoying you and eating up your precious traffic: awful screen grabbing banners, redirects to auto-playing videos, scripts, popups – all this is gone once you’ve installed this app. In addition to saving traffic and your nerve cells, it greatly improves the overall speed of surfing, makes video watching smoother, and makes web experience more pleasant and secure in general. All blacklists are updated regularly, so you may be sure you stay advert-less for as long as you use it.
2. Selfie Camera by Filterra, Inc.
Selfie Camera is certainly one of the best apps for selfie lovers, as it was designed specifically with them in mind. It is supposed to be used with a selfie stick, removing the need for awkward arm stretching. Built-in timers, an ability to take numerous snaps in one go, several dozens of filters aimed at giving your portraits that stylish and cool look you’ve always wanted – everything is packed in one little app. The best thing of all is this app is entirely free.
3. IceCream by I Love IceCream Ltd.
Another excellent app for those who love to make a lot of photos and regularly run out of place to keep them all. Developed by an MIT graduate who used to run into similar problems with his own iPhone, this clever little app uses algorithms of its own to clean up space on your iPhone for 250, 1,000 or 2,500 additional photos in just a couple of quick taps. What is especially attractive about it is that it backs up smaller portions of your data at a time while almost immediately providing you with additional space, rather than doing it in one big bulk like iCloud.
4. Snap Palette by Peter Gilmour
Snap Palette is exactly what it says on the tin. From now on you can simply snap a picture of a scene you like and create an entire palette of colors from it. The app will automatically identify the color HEX codes and present you with a palette you can freely use for whatever end you like. It can be of great help for any artist, designer, or photographer, especially during the Fall, when the world is ablaze with reds and yellows.
5. Overcast by Overcast Radio, LLC
Good news for all podcast lovers – Overcast has already been one of the best apps for listening to them. Now, with the latest update, it is free. In addition to that, you can now stream an episode without downloading it, get recommendations from real people via different sources (e.g. Twitter), and use chapters for navigation.
Finding apps that ideally suit you may be a difficult task, especially if you don’t know for sure what you are looking for. Make sure to check these apps out and share your own opinions.
If you liked this post, go ahead and download the newest apps of this Fall. Good luck!
Featured photo credit: iPhone 02/ Yasunobu Ikeda via flickr.com