The iPhone still has one trump card up its sleeve: the App Store. Or, rather the stuff stored inside it Apps
are still the ultimate core of the iPhone experience, and there are new and astounding ideas popping up inside
it at all times. I have pulled together details of your best iPhone apps 2014 so that you can go straight to the
best ideas around.
1. Cyber Dust
Cyber Dust was released by owner of the Dallas Mavericks, and ABC’s Shark Tank’s investor, Mark Cuban.
This is a new app that allows you to send multiple text messages and photos that vanish after seconds. It’s
like WhatsApp and Snapchat combined together. The app eases the way you control your messages in order
to have private conversations as you send destructing photos. Just like Snachat, you’ll be informed if
someone takes a screenshot. You can download Cyber Dust from the Apple App Store.
This is a very interesting email accessory, though it raises some privacy issues. The main principle behind
the app is that it uses tracking pixel tech attached to the e-mails you send from your iPhone to inform you
when your recipients open your mails, and how long they read them. It works well with Yahoo, Gmail and
Outlook/ Hotmail accounts, through your iPhone’s default Mail app. You can download MailTracker for free at
the Apple App Store.
3. Cloak (Incognito Mode for Real Life)
Cloak scrapes Foursquare and Instagram to always inform you about the location of your friends and
non-friends so that you will only run into the people you want to meet. Think of it as the anti-social network.
Cloak has captivated lots of people ever since its release. It’s possibly the perfect antidote to our oversharing culture. Cloak enables you to keenly avoid everyone who kind of, sort of like, but do not really. Actually, the culture. Cloak enables you to keenly avoid everyone who kind of, sort of like, but do not really. Actually, the app inspires you to “Hate Follow” people; follow people you hate on location sharing sites simply to avoid them in real life. It tracks your “friends” based on their post on Instagram and their FourSquare check-ins so that you can avoid them.
You will get a notification when a flagged contact is detected to be within a given radius of your location. It’s very necessary in case you have exes and co-workers to avoid. Currently, only FourSquare and Instagram are very necessary in case you have exes and co-workers to avoid. Currently, only FourSquare and Instagram are supported, but the company is planning to add Facebook support soon too. You can get Cloak from the Apple App Store.
FireChat is an exciting new take on instant messaging. Rather than depending on any type of cellular
connectivity, FireChat interconnects over a little known iOS 7 features known as Multipeer Connetivity.
Basically, this produces decentralized networks between devices via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Direct. This means
that there will be a fair limited range, but at least you are able to reach your friends at crowded, loud shows
and parties when there is poor reception. Moreover, the idea is that you will possibly meet other FireChat
users nearby. Currently, the app is till at its young and shaky as far as stability is concerned, but the concept is totally fascinating and worth a shot. You can download FireChat from the Apple App Store. It is totally fascinating and worth a shot. You can download FireChat from the Apple App Store.
5. Google Help Outs
Back in Novemeber 2013, Google unveiled Helpouts for Android. iOS Helpouts enables you to connect with
experts over live feed. You can browse various topics including Education & Careers, Computers &
Electronics, Art & Nutrition, Fitness & Nutrition, Cooking, Fashion & Beauty, Home & Garden, and Health. You
may also receive notifications when a Helpout is scheduled and you can send messages to other users. It’s available at the App Store.
These are the top iPhone apps 2014 that you need to check out right-away!!