Whether you are new to iPhone or you’ve just upgraded to the latest iOS7, one thing is of sure is that IOS7 has got lot to offer you. We have already written a detailed post on Review of Apple IOS 7. One of the foremost thing you need to do is load up with apps that show it off. We have brought you some of the top I OS7 apps hat eases your work.
Tweetbot is one of the most favorite app for long time among the iOS users when it comes up to Twitter clients and for good reason; it’s loaded to the brim and has always had a user interface to die for. Tweetbot 3 may be an all new purchase but it’s a completely new app that’s just as refined and feature packed as the last version. If you like the look and feel of iOS 7 and want a Twitter client to match it, you won’t be disappointed.
Fantastical 2 is yet another fantastic app. Fantastical 2 is one of the best calendar apps for iOS. The first version of Fantastical fit with the look and feel of iOS well enough but Fantastical 2 takes it to a whole new level. Not only that, it combines Calendars and Reminders for the first time ever.
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If you are healthoholic then you definitely need this one. If you want to track down the calories and workouts then MyFitnessPal not only does it will, it does it for free. The interface makes it easy to access them at any time. Menus are easier to read and navigate and the fonts and menus have been updated to look better on iOS 7. If you’re looking for a weight loss or workout companion, check out MyFitnessPal if you haven’t already.
Launch Center Pro
Launch Center Pro by Contrast (previously App Cubby) is the app to have if you want easy access and shortcuts to all your stuff in less than two taps. With customizable menus and actions, your iPhone is yours to command. We’ve loved past versions and the iOS 7 ready version is no exception. With flattened menus, a new icon, and updated graphics, there’s a lot to like.
When Google Reader bit the dust, the original Reeder app did little but update to add support for Feedly. Saying Reeder 2 was worth the wait is an understatement. With a completely new icon, interface, font set, and more, it’s a gorgeous update that nails what apps running on iOS 7 should look like. If you need an app to access RSS feeds from, Reeder is one of the best around. Note Reeder 2 is currently only available for iPhone. An updated Mac version will come later.
eeVee 2 is an amazing little app that tells you in just a quick glance when your favorite shows are on. You can view episode summaries, descriptions of different shows, and even receive alerts for upcoming shows if you choose. While TeeVee 2 hasn’t specifically been updated for iOS 7 yet, it works great already and the interface just fits right in. It’s beautifully designed and in some ways reminds me of the clean look and feel of Rdio. And that’s a good thing.
Flipboard has been a long time favorite when it comes to reading news on the iPhone and iPad. It’s been updated with support for iOS 7 including a cool parallax feature that brings awesome visual features for magazine covers. Using the parallax feature, magazines literally come to life. It’s a great example of what developers can do with the depth of iOS 7.
Shazam & Shazam Encore
Shazam lets you tag any song you hear on tv or the radio in just seconds. From there you can access the iTunes Store to buy music in just one tap. You can also view recommendations and share your tags with friends. The new iOS 7 update makes the user interface of Shazam even better.
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