Applications for any mobile phone means a lot, especially when it comes to the iPhone, then it does matters. Because it extracts maximum out of any phone and gives the best possible performance to the user. Many applications have been developed by different developers, but recently I came across some latest and very cool applications for iPhone and Android, hopefully you will like it.
iPhone Pal (Siri)
This latest artificial intelligence engine from Apple, available exclusively on the iPhone 4S, has a bit of an attitude. However, it has been programmed to do anything and everything you want it to do. From getting reminders to weather updates, sending text messages, Siri stops at nothing. Moreover, it does so with a human voice that varies according to where you are located. You may call it your very own genie that lives inside your iPhone. All you have to do is ask a question, and it will come up with a helpful response.
Me: “I have a flat tire.”
Siri: “I found 14 towing air force. 12 of them are honestly close to you.”
Expert phone photography (Camera+)
If the iPhone camera is too trivial for all your photography needs, the Camera+ app will work on your iPhone “like a high-quality SLR lens.” This application has a unique quality of taking rapid shots with a standard Image Stabilizer. This application also has the facility of taking timely self portrait photos, but for that you will have to adjust the time according to your choice. This application has been developed by Lisa Bettany, a professional photographer and iPhone app developer. After you are done shooting, the app allows you to edit photos with options like cropping, bordering, color-tinting, as well as putting cool retro effects. That’s a buck (99 cents) well spent.
Smart fitness on Android (Mint)
Do you often find yourself exceeding your monthly budget, splurging in one area and trying to be thrifty in another? Well, then this Android application will put your financial life in order. You can set your own budget for the week or month, track your goals and streamline your spending. One can also sign up (for free) on Mint’s website and get their financial big picture.