On today’s show we discussed the top apps for our iphones. Here is a list and where you can find the complete 100 apps list:
1. Google Maps: FREE
2. Google Translate: FREE
3. Flixster: Free
Flixster isn’t just another movie- and theater-information app. Yes, it does list movies with ratings and plots and theater show-times, but it also offers some major advantages over the general run of movie apps,such as Rotten Tomatoes ratings and social integration. It’s a clear, well-designed app that efficiently gets you the information you need to make your movie-viewing decisions and to easily purchase tickets. You can even watch movies right inside the app if you purchase them or already have them in your UltraViolet collection.
4. IMDb Movies & TV: Free
“What was the name of that movie… the one with Ally Sheedy and Fisher Stevens?” The next time you can’t remember the name of an actor, television show, or film (Short Circuit, by the way) IMDb saves the day. One of the handiest reference websites on the planet, IMDb never fails when it comes to looking up anything that has to do with TV, film, or Hollywood. The IMDb Movies & TV app also lets you find which movies are playing at your local cinema, and even purchase tickets. With an IMDb account (free or paid for Pro), the app provides even more features, like the ability to create a watchlist of movies you want to see.
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5. Weather Underground: Free
Weather Underground, our Editors’ Choice for iPhone weather apps, succeeds because it sticks to what it does best: clearly presenting lots of hyper-local information in a simple and highly customizable interface. The rich data in this excellent app will keep the most info-hungry meteorology geek satisfied.
6. Wikipedia: Free
Half the fun of having a smartphone is looking things up when you’re in the middle of a bar bet—and hopefully being right. Wikipedia is the go-to source for fact-checking in the mobile age, and the Wikipedia app usually returns results faster than a mobile search engine.
7. WolframAlpha: $2.99
WolframAlpha is like a math and science version of Wikipedia. It’s an outstanding source of nerd knowledge and computation about virtually anything, from basic algebra to the depths of the universe. It’s like a search engine for algebra, physics, engineering, and so much more—even nutritional information. The app does require an Internet connection to work.
8. Yahoo Weather:Free
There are plenty of apps, both free and paid, for the iPhone if you want a second opinion about the forecast from the stock Apple Weather app. One of the best alternatives is Yahoo Weather. The design is pretty similar to Apple’s app, until you begin swiping. It’s sleeker, includes a photo from each city or town, and has maps, too.
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