The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have March 2011

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have March 2011

It’s the start of a new month, and that means it’s time to do a little housekeeping on our list of the absolute best iPhone apps. Who will be inducted? Who will unceremoniously get the boot?


GroupMe: A godsend of a group messaging app, GroupMe killed for us at CES. The idea is simple: your friends are grouped together via a phone number and when you text that number it sends the message to everyone (with your name in front). Like a SMS chat room. Free.[imgclear]

PhotoSync: Don’t ever tie your iPhone to your computer for pictures again. It wirelessly transfers photos and videos to and fro your computer through Wi-Fi and can even dance with the iPad. So easy. $2.49.[imgclear]

Vimeo: The video selection on Vimeo is always stellar but the real cherry on top? Free HD video editing for all your movies, right from your iPhone. Free.[imgclear]

Evernote: Everybody’s favourite do-it-all note taker got a big update for iOS: a new home screen with an information-dense snippet view; a new split-view note screen which allows for multiple attachments to a single note; and easy browsing by notebook or tag. Free.[imgclear]


MLB At Bat 2011: Hands down, the best sports application on any device. You’ll be able to keep up with your favourite team in a snazzy new customisable homescreen and stream live games (if you have a package). For any self-respecting baseball fan, it’s an absolute must have. $19.[imgclear]

Tiny Wings: Slide an adorable bird up and down hills to collect coins. The trick is to gain momentum and beat the night. Surprisingly addictive with extremely cute animations. $1.19.[imgclear]



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