As mobile phone users want convenience with connectivity, they look for apps that offer them access to everything at all times. These apps are versatile and have revolutionized the way mobile phones work. In general, iOS apps are simple to use, work perfectly and more polished when compared to Android applications. If you have an iOS device, please try out these iOS apps.
Brush with Jackson: This app could guide your kids to brush their teeth for the recommended 2 - 3 minutes. The little creature Jackson can use his toothbrush with various instrument sounds to amuse and entertain. Jackson is also interactive as he can wink an eye when it's touched and twitch his nose when poked. This app has been featured in the British Dental Journal and Vital Magazine and has been recommended by senior dentists. For children, this app would create a healthy habit of keeping their teeth clean. However, this app needs a timer I think. Brush with Jackson costs USD 1.99. It is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and requires iOS 4.2 or later. There is also a separate iPad only HD version available.
oneSafe Photos: This app can be a secret vault for your private pictures and videos. Users can take new pictures, choose from their library, or import from USB for adding them to their secret vault. This vault can be secured with a 4-digit PIN, a password, or a visual pattern. With a single tap, users can lock it and it also gets locked when they leave the app. Decoy passcode is the highlight feature of the app. When users launch the app and enter the Decoy passcode, it opens another instance of the program where they can create folders of photos of a more mundane variety. As the name suggest, this app secures only photos and videos. oneSafe Photos is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad and requires iOS 5.0 or later.
Life Inventory for iPad: This iPad app has the potential to let users create their own Life Inventory, which can provide greater self-understanding of their personality, strengths, and weaknesses. This app is geared towards people working through a 12 step AA program and has a lot of religious connotations as faith and fellowship is the cornerstone of these types of programs. It assists users in probing into not only what happened, but also why it happened. Life Inventory is indeed equivalent to moral inventory. As the concept behind the app is complex, new users may struggle a bit with it. Life Inventory is compatible with iPad and requires iOS 4.3 or later. This app costs USD 9.99. There is also an iPhone version available.
Finding good apps for your iDevice might be quite annoying at times. It is like looking for a needle in haystack. I hope this article would guide you to some of the best applications in the App Store.