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iMore – Best paid iPhone Apps

iMore: “I decided to include apps that you must pay for up front or apps that might be free to download, but a subscription is needed or their functionality is greatly enhanced by making an in-app purchase or by buying the paid version. I also eliminated iOS apps that might be totally awesome, but are better suited to iPad”

I use a few on the list and I’d like to add a few more.

The apps on the list I use:

  • 1Password – This app is a life saver, and it’s cross platform; Mac/iOS, Windows, and Android.
  • Fantastical – Great visual style and it uses natural language to create events. Also available for Mac, iPad and Watch
  • Deliveries – It does one thing and does it well; tracks your deliveries. Also available for Mac.

Here are some I’d like to add:

  • Twitterrific – I’ve been using this for years. It’s a beautifully designed Twitter client for iOS.
  • Evernote – I call this my digital brain. I have all kinds of stuff stored in Evernote. I like their iOS App and it’s also available for Mac, Android, and Windows. The Web Clipper is extremely useful.
  • Reeder – My favorite RSS Reader. Also available for Mac.

My Favorite iOS Apps

I was trying to convince someone at work that we needed to do some iOS Apps. During the conversation I said something I always say about native iOS Apps. They provide the best chance at a great user experience. He asked to give him some examples of great iOS Applications, so I thought I’d share them here.

  1. Twitterrific
  2. Instapaper
  3. Instagram
  4. Camera+
  5. Evernote

I use the applications above more than any others on my phone, but I have a few from some other companies that I really appreciate. Enjoy.

  1. Tapbots
  2. Appcubby