The launch of the new Apple iPhone 5 has a ketchup effect in the manufacturer’s App Store. Recently, there appeared dozens of new apps in the app store that you can enjoy on cold autumn nights ahead.
The iPhone apps we give three stars on the logo in this article fit on the growing list of essential iPhone apps. Applications that do not get awarded stars can still be interesting, but then they might not general enough, and neither so unique that they stand out.
Mobile version of the football game Fifa 13 is definitely worth checking out for the football fans. It’s not even close to being as good as the console version, but still can hardly be an equally good and realistic football game for your mobile.
Circa is a new and different news services that are specially designed for mobile. It means articles that are well adapted to the screen and not least shorter cases that are better suited for a mobile user who is only looking for quick facts on the move. Interesting concept, but so far mostly focused on the U.S. news media.
The U.S. movie streaming service Netflix has now launched, and provides access to a number of TV series and films – although not as quickly after the first viewing on TV in the U.S. Netflix app for iPhone works well, although it could be better in some areas. You have for example the ability to play content in offline mode.
In this fun turn-based game you like the lawyer Max McMann shed petty criminals slob in the courtroom, and then use the money you earn in fees on things for your apartment and new gadgets. Pricing is set to the 1980s.
Photoapps there are many. The Mirror Gram you can give your photos a “mirror effect”, and add photo filters. The app supports sharing on Instagram and Facebook.
With this app you can see which dishes master chefs in the U.S. and in London (currently) serve their guests. Find restaurants on the map, and receive notification when new dishes popping up.
Wipe the drool from your mobile screen after you’ve spent Chefs Feed.
Rayman Jungle Run
Like so-called platform games will probably Rayman Jungle Run appeal. This is a new game in the Rayman series, known for PC, PlayStation and Wii, just adapted mobile. The graphics are very good.
Turn you past all obstacles in Rayman Jungle Run.
This app lets you create stunning collages out of your photos with a written message pressed into the photograph. Works well to create your own “motivational posters” that you can use as wallpaper on your mobile phone.
Get more out of your favorite photo with Word Frame (7 million)
Tolkien fans excited like little hobbits of Peter Jackson’s next adventure: The film adaptation of The Hobbit, in three parts. Film Company Warner Bros. has created an app that provides movie trailers, interactive map of “Middle Earth” and more content for fans.
See photos from the shoot via Hobbit Movies (Free)
MTG and P4 has released Viamo app, which is intended to engage TV viewers and radio listeners by providing them with additional information about the actors, the music being played, user reviews or what is sent later in the day. Exciting concept.
Search out the questions while watching TV with Viamo (free)
Keizer’s Orchestra is trying to take control of the continent app Kaizer Virus, where fans will infect each other with new songs, lyrics, music videos and more. Perhaps the smartest PR program we have ever seen from a rock band.