June 2014 saw the release of some epic new iPhone apps. We’ve picked the top 5 best iPhone apps of June 2014. Below, you can find our favorite apps, as well as critiques of their best and worst features.
Learn more about the Yo. app in the video above.
We’ve written about Yo previously. For the initiated, Yo. is an app that lets you send a push notification to your friends that simply reads, “Yo.” That’s it. Love it or hate it, this simple app is one of the biggest apps to launch in June.
2. Acompli Email & Calendar
Learn more about this productivity app in the video above.
Acompli Email & Calendar is far from the only email and calendar app you’ll find on the App Store. That being said, this fresh app offers a suite of excellent features that make it one of the best apps in its class. The calendar function lets you share available meeting times, schedule meetings, or get reminders, and is “tightly integrated” with your email.This app is especially appealing to people with vast inboxes, or those who have a lot of attachments in their inbox.
As of this writing, the most recent version of this app is Version 1.0.7, which includes a new “inbox zero” screen, stability improvements, and improved calendar notifications. If you haven’t tried this app yet, now would be a smart time to give it a trial.
Circular+ will appeal to fans of photography and visual art. Using this app, a person can create cool, circular-style creations. This app is a great way to create custom wallpaper to use on your iPhone, or simply to stave off boredom on a long car or train ride. If you love abstracted art, this is a new app that’s worth a look.
Learn more about this secure, cross-platform app in the video above.
Sicher is a secure messaging app that will appeal to people who value privacy. In addition to encrypting your messages, this German-made communications app can also encrypt files and documents. The developers state on the App Store page for Sicher that they “don’t send crash logs, don’t track usage statistics, don’t use any advertising engines, [and] don’t integrate social network SDKs.”
5. LinkedIn Job Search
In the video above, Jeff Altman discusses the features of the new LinkedIn Job Search app and how NOT to use it.
Brand new for the month of June, LinkedIn Job Search is an app that pretty much does what the title suggests. You can use this new app to track down interesting job opportunities that match your skill set. Whether you are seriously looking to make a career change, or just seeing what else might be out there, this is a helpful app for job seekers.
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