There is an extreme amount of apps in the App Store, and it can be quite overwhelming. Lately, we’ve been posting about the best “free” apps. In this post we’ll switch it up and let you know which apps are worth paying for.
1. iTranslate Voice ($1.99)
iTranslate is a productivity app developed Sonico GmBH. Users can talk into their phone in one language and instantly hear it in another language. Start voice-to-voice conversations in 42 different languages, share translations on Facebook, and look up definitions and translations for common words. Connect devices together and engage in conversations with friends and family. You can purchase iTranslate Voice from the App Store here.
2. Pimp Your Screen ($0.99)
Pimp Your Screen is an app that lets users customize the look of their home screen. Choose from a large selection of specially designed backgrounds, icon skins, app shelves, and other designs. Instantly preview your new background or app shelf. Share your screens on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. You can purchase Pimp My Screen from the App Store here.
3. Couch to 5K ($1.99)
Couch to 5k is a health & fitness app by the Active Network, Inc. Active.com trainers provide a complete workout guide ensuring users can set appropriate goals. Real human audio cues will guide users through each workout. Repeat your favorite workouts and keep track of your best performance. The in-app music player allows users to listen to music while working out. You can purchase Couch to 5K from the App Store here.
4. Garageband ($4.99)
GarageBand is an app that turns your iPhone into a full-featured recording studio. Multi-touch gestures lets users play guitars, drums, pianos, and basses. Mix songs with up to eight tracks, fine-tune any recording, and capture your band’s best moments. Share songs directly to Facebook, YouTube, and SoundCloud. You can purchase Garageband from the App Store here.
5. Tangent ($0.99)
Tangent is an app that lets users transform photos into amazing works of art. Snap or upload a photo from your camera roll and use your imagination. Select from a variety of tools and apply dazzling frames, shapes, patterns, fills, and blends. Drag, resize, rotate and zoom, adjust contrast, and add colors that inspire you. You can purchase Tangent from the App Store here.
6. Omegle ($0.99)
Omegle is a social-networking app for meeting new friends. Omegle picks random users and lets users have one-on-one chats with each other. Chats are anonymous, so users can feel free to reveal personal details. You can purchase Omegle from the App Store here.
7. Quick Scan Pro ($0.99)
Quick Scan Pro is a finance app developed by iHandy Inc. Quick Scan Pro lets users scan barcodes, search price from major retailers like eBay, and create multiple wish lists. Gain access to exclusive sals, search inventory, and read buyer reviews. Save your favorite products for future reference, and share product links by email.You can purchase Quick Scan Pro from the App Store here.
8. Clean Eating Recipes ($2.99)
Clean Eating Recipes is a popular food and drink app by Clean Eating Recipes. User friendly features include a calendar planner, shopping lists, and tips on how to keep your pantry clean. The Cleaning Eating app is stocked with 80 quick to prepare and cooking recipes. Share healthy tips with friends and family on Facebook. You can purchase Clean Eating Recipes from the App Store here.
9. Book Crawler ($1.99)
With Book Crawler, users can upload their entire book collection into an easy to manage library database. Add new books by using the ISBN barcode scanner, organize your database, and share your favorite books via Twitter and Facebook. Share and discuss books with others near you. You can purchase Book Crawler from the App Store here.
10. HotSchedules ($2.99)
The HotSchedules app gives users the ability to manage work schedules straight from their phone. Manage your entire work schedule, swap current shifts, and input requests. Missing a shift or arriving late will never happen again. You can download HotSchedules from the App Store here.