Top 10 Apps For Your New iPhone 4: Recommended By Geeks
Well are you exchanging your oldiPhone for a newiPhone 4? If not, then here are the top 10 iPhone apps this month for you to make you old iPhone a pretty exclusive set. If you are lucky to have the new iPhone 4 then the following list of top iPhone apps will provide a good start.
1. App of the Dead:
George A. Romero, the acknowledged master of horror cinema, announced with partner, Peter Grunwald, and Artfire Films’ Art Spigel and Ara Katz, that APP of the DEAD, developed with Ohio-based Additive Interactive, is available now for Apple iPhone and iPod Touch for $1.99. APP of the DEAD casts iPhone and iPod Touch owners as the director, allowing you to turn your friends and family into terrible zombies with over 20 zombie features, including gallery of open wounds, deformed eyes and mouths. Click here to download.
2. Guitar Hero:
It’s your opportunity to experience the original, addictive guitar game that over 40 million people have jammed out to worldwide. Click here to download
3. Stack V3:
Stack V3 is a brand new version of Stack for iPhone OS, featuring a slick, native look and feel. Stack is one of the oldest and most popular additions to your iPhone or iPod touch that adds a quick-launch menu to your Dock, giving rapid access to your favourite applications. Simply tap the Stack and it will unfurl across your screen, and then tap any icon to open it. Drag & Hover an icon (but don’t let go!) across the Stack to add an application to it; drag an icon out of the Stack and let go to remove it. Drag the Stack like any other icon on your homescreen to reposition it. Click here to download
4. Entertainment Tonight-ET:
Keep up with today’s hottest celebrities using Entertainment Tonight. Get the latest news and gain access to set visits, upcoming projects, and one-on-one interviews with your favourite stars. Click here to download.
5. The White House:
iPhone is your window into The White House. Read the latest blog posts and newsroom stories directly from the Obama Administration. Browse featured photos and watch live streaming video of White House events. So are you ready to hear it from the President! Click here to download.
6. NPR News:
Your iPhone doubles as a radio when you download NPR News. Tune in and enjoy your favorite NPR stations. Search for a station using built-in GPS technology or by zip code. This app features everything from local news and music to culture and commentary. Click here to download.
7. ESPN ScoreCenter:
Stay on top of the teams and players you care about with ESPN ScoreCenter. Browse scores and stats for over 500 sports leagues worldwide or set up one-tap access to your personalized scoreboards. So go get gaming! Click here to download
Your iPhone becomes a fully loaded music studio with the BeatMaker mobile music creation app. Compose professional-sounding beats, record audio samples, and arrange patterns to create songs. Then export your compositions and share them with friends. Click here to download.
A collection of easy, bar-oriented challenges just to pass around when you’re drinking with friends. The challenges are just silly enough to be worthwhile, and just sensible as much as necessary to actually execute in a bar. If you complete the challenge, the challenger owes you a free drink, and vice versa. Worth a try! Click here to download.
10. Arcade Rocker:
It’s a slightly-different version to the Arcade Rocker which has been on the App Store for a few months now, with three of Slash’s solo songs available for you to play along to. A neat feature is that if you previously have some of his songs on your iPhone (or iPod Touch), you can in fact use those in-game as well. It’s not all just fun and songs although. This’ll be big news for Slash fans, with the game also including news, tour dates and even blog posts from Slash’s team. Available at $ 3. Click here to download