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Top 5 Best New iPhone Apps You Need to Know About

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These are the five apps that got everyone talking this month. If you own an iPhone, you need to know about these apps.


1. Snipp3t

Learn more about this social networking app in the video above.

Willow is a social networking app that aims to connect people using provocative questions. You can ask up to three questions for other users to answer, which allows you to make a real connection with someone. This is a great app for meeting people you might want to date, or just for connecting with new friends.

Buy it here.


Pros:

  • Great way to start conversations
  • Feels more “social” than other social apps
  • Supports chat for real time conversations
  • Chat anonymously, or share your photos
  • Easy to see who answered your questions in the past

  • Cons:

  • You must be 18 or older to use Willow
  • Some text can be hard to read
  • As a new app, users in your area might be hard to find
  • Might not appeal to people who like a lot of photos in their social networking services
  • Requires iOS 7.0 or later

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    5. Psyx

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    (Psyx)

    Billed as “the world’s most advanced music player for iOS,” Psyx is a portable luxury audio app. Simply put, this app is designed to make your music sound better, even if they sound quality of the file isn’t top-notch. Psyx contains a “gestalt engine” that allows the listener to choose the optimum model or “color” for their application. If you love music, and you are a serious audiophile, you need this app.

    Buy it here.


    Pros:

  • The culmination of over 170 processes
  • Remembers your individual song preferences
  • Great interface
  • Feels luxe
  • Designed to measure human response to compressed audio shortcomings

  • Cons:

  • Not free
  • Some users may want additional “color” profiles, depending on how many different genres of music they generally enjoy
  • Might be too highbrow for some music fans
  • Interface can be a tad overwhelming
  • Requires iOS 7.0 or later, so if you’re using an older or un-updated iOS device you are out of luck

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    2. Many app in play store and iTune, we found. But some apps we can download totally free and none paid, there are some paid apps for their users but some smart users or bargainers used to try to download apps free which are paid.
      We should try to download free just free apps. Communities are making according to their religion apps. It is good to provide information about their religion and communities, some of the persons are making such apps for their annual procession in coming soon days and dates. I was in searching about my religion apps in play store, where I found an coming soon app, and now I an in waiting by deep about when this app launch in the store.

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    3. We should try to download free just free apps. Communities are making according to their religion apps. It is good to provide information about their religion and communities, some of the persons are making such apps for their annual procession in coming soon days and dates. I was in searching about my religion apps in play store, where I found an coming soon app, and now I an in waiting by deep about when this app launch in the store.

      https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.myjalsasalana&hl=en