Top 5 New Best iPhone Apps of August 2014
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Top 5 New Best iPhone Apps of August 2014

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Bored with all the apps on your phone? These five new and newly updated apps will give your iPhone a bit of a refresh. Here are five of the best new apps out this month.

1. Timeless

Get a closer look a this app in the video review above.

Timeless, aka “Timeless: The Multiple Countdown Timer & Stopwatch with Style,” is a newly updated iOS app that combines stopwatch and timer functionality into one handy app. What makes this app stand out is not it’s relatively simple features, but rather its gorgeous design. With an elegant, stunning interface, this app makes your whole phone fill more luxe. Plus, it’s been updated to run faster than ever before, which makes this app feel like a whole new experience.

Buy it here.

  • Now runs 60 percent faster
  • Beautiful, colorful interface
  • Multiple themes
  • Extrememly useful labeling system
  • Sound effects make the app easier to use without having to look at the screen

  • Cons:
  • Easy to hit wrong control button on the screen
  • Some users have complained about notification center issues or too many notifications in general
  • Other timer apps have most of the same functionality
  • Colors may not appeal to all users
  • Some users want a more iPad-friendly version

  • 2. Timeful

    See this app in action in the video above.

    Not to be confused with Timeless above, Timeful is an iOS app that acts as a smart candor and to-do list. Updated at the tail end of July, this newly updated app is easy on the eyes, both in terms of design and in terms of its thoughtful color-coding, which lets you cut through the clutter and see what’s on your docket. This app learns your habits, making it a great choice for people who need a “personal assistant” in their pocket.

    Buy it here.

  • Merges to-do list and calendars
  • Suggests best times to schedule to-dos and good habits during your busy day
  • Easily “sideline” a planned event to open up your schedule
  • Plays nice with Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook/Exchange, Yahoo! Calendar, Apple iCal and more
  • Great productivity tool for personal or business use

  • Cons:
  • Relatively new app, may have some bugs
  • Getting set up and used to the interface can take a little time
  • Some gesture controls are not intuitive
  • Requires account creation
  • Sometimes, multiple touches are required to “grab” a to-do list item and move it into place

  • 3. Emojions LTE

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    (Emojions LTE)

    Emojions LTE is a custom Emoji messenger. You can review a huge array of cute emojis and other images, and then share them in messages with your friends. If your current emojis are starting to feel stale, try this new app, which just launched on August 4.

    Buy it here.

  • Free
  • Freshens up your emoji library
  • Easy to navigate
  • Loads quickly
  • Fun messenger

  • Cons:
  • Limited selection
  • Few categories
  • Not enough colorful options
  • Requires iOS 7.1 or later
  • Will likely be more robust after future updates

  • 4. NFL Now

    Get a closer look at this app in the video above.

    NFL Now offers a personalized video stream of your favorite NFL teams, players and coaches. Ideal for fans of football in general or fantasy football in particular, this cool app was release on August 7. If you just can’t get enough football videos, this app has got you covered.

    Buy it here.

  • Personalized video stream
  • Great way to follow breaking news
  • Attractive UI
  • Unlimited access to your favorites in the NFL Films Archives
  • Tons of content

  • Cons:
  • Brand new app, likely to have a couple of bugs
  • Can be a little hard to navigate
  • Doesn’t seem to offer much in the way of college ball news
  • Some features only available with Plus IAP
  • Too many talking head videos, not enough action

  • 5. Draft Oracle

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    (Draft Oracle)

    Draft Oracle offers you the insight you need to “decimate” your friends on Draft Day. If you love fantasy football, this is a must-have app. This app has a great user interface that makes many other apps of its ilk look cluttered and confusing.

    Buy it here.

  • Great UI
  • All information can be viewed offline
  • Responsive developer
  • Great search
  • Users seem to love the draft algorithm

  • Cons:
  • Not free
  • Won’t appeal to people who don’t play fantasy football, or those who rely on auto-drafting
  • Some users may prefer draft tools within their own FF ecosystem
  • Brand new app, may have some undiagnosed bugs
  • May be a little confusing for draft noobs


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