10 Best iOS 7 Apps That Look Great on Device
iOS 7 arrived, so now it’s time to start filling up your iOS device with all the latest and greatest apps on the iOS App Store. Here our favourite 10 Best iOS 7 Apps, that both look and work great on iOS 7.
10 Best iOS 7 Apps you should Install on your device.
10. Pocket Casts
Pocket Casts is the best way to listen to podcasts. It is a great, full featured, simple to use app that works on iPhone and iPad. Version 4.0 was designed to look great on iOS 7, and we love the aesthetic and playback controls. Simply add your favorite podcasts, and you’ll be able to download or stream new episodes as they are broadcast. Pocket Casts is a great option for anyone who isn’t in love with Apple’s Podcasts app, and wants more features, the ability to sync with other devices (including Android) and frequent feature updates.
9. Camera Noir
Camera Noir features a monochrome filter with three carefully-tuned settings that let you see the world in a classic way. The app always had an iOS 7 friendly aesthetic, but the design is now tweaked to be perfectly at home. If you love black-and-white photography, Camera Noir is one of the best apps you can use to get great shots.
About.me helps you bridge the gap between stranger and friend! Now, the mobile app is not only styled to look at home on iOS 7, it’s also focused on helping the user get more personalized and relevant information about themselves. Rather than just aggregating other content streams, About.me is now starting to contextualize that content in its own ecosystem.
GetGlue is great second-screen free app for TV & Movies. Discover what to watch now, keep up with your favorite shows and connect with fans.The company updated its iPhone app in preparation for iOS 7, and made some final changes to make the app fully at home on the new OS.
6. Cobook Contacts
Cobook brings together contact info from your address book and social networks and makes contact management enjoyable. If you’ve ever had a hard time keeping your Google, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Apple contacts synced and without duplicates, Cobook Contacts is a great solution. You can use it by itself, but it’s best paired with its excellent Mac companion.
Twitterrific is the award-winning, elegant Twitter client that’s easy to understand and a delight to use. The original Twitter client updated for iOS 7, and is now better than ever. The UI is updated for iOS 7, and has a new dark theme straight out of Tron: Legacy.
It’s all about one thing… great photos! Whether you’re a seasoned photographer or someone who’s barely touched a camera, Camera+ will make you love taking photos. Camera+ is easily one of the best camera apps in the App Store. More than 10 million copies have been sold, and the latest version includes an updated interface for iOS 7. There are also some great new share modes, including Dropbox and Instagram.
Clear is designed with simplicity and flexibility in mind and works great with any list you throw at it. If you want a simple to-do list with finesse and iCloud support, Clear is even better now. It was one of hottest iPhone apps of 2012. This year, it has a more refined iOS 7 design, and it supports the iPad.
2. SPG: Starwood Hotels & Resorts
Starwood — home of such brands as Sheraton Hotels, W Hotels and St. Regis Hotels — updated its SPG app to support the iPad, giving users a great way to do one-click bookings, and to find restaurants and activities after a trip begins.
Beyond just adding iPad support, Starwood went all in on iOS 7, making use of AirDrop, parallax backgrounds and many of the new APIs offered by the latest OS.
1. Perfect Weather
Even if you do not suppose you need another weather app, provide Perfect Weather from Contrast a glance. Unlike several different weather apps, Perfect Weather offers a minimalist expertise, 7 day forecast and radar data. The maps are animated, and the app looks perfectly at home on iOS 7.