It's not surprising that we can easily find an app for almost everything we do. From sleeping to eating, to even managing our relationships-there always an app at your assistance. So, if you are looking for some new apps, here are the top 10 best iOS apps for the month of November.
Bad with formulas? Well, don't worry. Just leave the pain of solving those formulas on this app. PhotoMath solves equations and math problems by simply "seeing" the formula via the phone's camera. Just point and solve!
Wayfare is the perfect app for travelers. Just switch on the app, input basic information including country and city, and select a destination you're visiting. The app will then connect you to someone using the app in that location so to ease out your trip.
3. Alien Blue
Alien Blue is Reddit reader app that helps Reddit users cleanly organize, post and browse Reddit threads. The app also notifies which thread has how many active contributors.
4. Skype Qik
Skype Qik is Microsoft's very new mobile-only video messaging service on the lines of Apple's FaceTime, Google Hangouts and Facebook Messenger. The app lets you send only 42-second video messages to friends which also self-destruct.
5. Path Talk
Path Talk is a messaging app that lets you converse with friends, family, and groups, with messages that are automatically perish within 24 hours. Sound familiar? Other amazing feature is 'Ambient Status' which automatically tells your friends whether you're in transit, nearby, or even low on battery.
If you are sick of people who just keep swiping through your photo album on your phone, then Overswipe is for you. With the app you can lock the images you don't want to appear on your album and separate them from the visible ones.
7. Ginger Page
Ginger, when looked closely, is a revolutionary language app. Not only it grammatically corrects the sentences, it instantly rephrases certain words and gives contextual synonyms, translations or definitions - all of which can be very useful, regardless of your first language.
Want to date people who share the same taste in music? Well then, Tastebuds can hook you up real quick! Just indicate your sexual orientation, gender, city, date-of-birth, and insert a profile picture. Then the app will scan your local music library- syncing your 'favourite' artists to your Tastebuds account, and matches you with other users who have share mutual music interests with you.
Wist is travel recommendation app that can come in handy when you are looking for coffee, food or drinks. You can also chop down to whether it's just for you, friends, business or 'a date'. The app also lets you know about the proximity of the places in respect to your location.
A slick and well polished app, Breeze is all about tracking your walking habits. So if you have had enough of other fitness tracking apps, it's best to try this new baby out!
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