Every single day thousands of applications flood the the open doors of Apple's App Store. Some are genuinely good while others are trash that someone has created simply to squeeze a few bucks out of, which causes many of the deserving applications to slip under the view of a casual App Store user. Therefore, in order to shed light on these underrated applications, iPhone Alley has begun to highlight any hidden gems hiding within the arsenal of applications the App Store currently hosts. Whether you're the kind seeking a worthwhile game to waste some time, or you're in search of an intuitive utility that bests every other, these weekly guides are your ultimate resource for finding apps that have slipped under the general radar of App Store users.
Too many weather apps exist on the App Store, all similar in most aspects and not enough differing to an extent that would make them worthwhile. While some are pleasantly informative in some areas, they're skimpy in others leaving the need for the total, ideal iOS weather utility a glaring one...until now. Thankfully, that need has been satisfied with Savvy Apps' newest addition to its App Store collection, Today Weather ($1.99).
Most times, procrastination is the path many of us resort to when it's essential that a certain task is completed within a respectable matter of time. TaskFlow ($0.99), however, aims to ease that feeling of resentment by providing you with a worthy interface, scheduled reminders, an accordingly arranged plethora of easily navigable menus and more - it, simply said, will actually create a desire to complete tasks.
Options for photography enthusiasts on the iPhone are widespread. There are the most basic tools needed to spruce up a picture as well as the advanced utilities designed for seasoned users to create pictures of the utmost perfection. The Magic Hour application, available on the App Store for a limited
The recently released console game, Skyrim developed and published by Bethesday has a daunting amount of content. It boasts, supposedly, over 300+ hours of gameplay, and though I doubt many people have gotten to that much (…) most people agree it’s got an absolute ton of content. Though it’s not
Us iPod and WiFi version of the iPad owners don’t really get to use our devices as true, solid navigation utilities. There wasn’t really a stand-out application for that purpose: accessing maps, routes, POI, etc. on the go while not having a working internet connection. Until now – well, there’s
The Dev Team posted on their blog they are experimenting with the new iPod touch. Their hope is that the new device's n72ap will offer them some "insight into upcoming iPhones". It's also good news for those of you looking to get one of the new iPods that want to make sure it's hackable. As of yet, it does not work with the Pwnage Tool (which is understandable since it was just launched last week). Also, they like MC Hammer.