Top 5 iOS apps for 2nd week of August 2015

Top 5 iOS apps for 2nd week of August 2015

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It seems that August started only yesterday and already we are in the middle, how time flies. With newer Apps been added daily we bring you some of the classic and well known apps this week, in case you have completely forgotten about them. These classic apps are updated are will work flawlessly with iOS 8, hence a revisit to good old oldies Well, here’s Top 5 iOS apps for 2nd week of August 2015

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1. Google Maps
Google Maps is likely already on your phone, but since it’s the best free mapping app around it’s well worth highlighting.Transit routes, live traffic condition updates, voice-guided Global Positioning System navigation, googles famous Street View and many more options are all included, making the most feature-packed app than even most paid options. It’s really important that a mapping software to be accurate and detailed and Google Maps offers exactly that, so you’ll never get lost again.Listed for app of the year at the TechRadar Phone Awards.

2. Scanner Pro 6
Let’s face it, a document scanning app does not sound very exciting – and you certainly don’t need it if you don’t have documents to scan – but finding one that works so well is worth calling to your attention.This is an update to Readdle’s scanning app which brings a re-edit mode for adjusting scans later, margin controls, spacing and the option to switch into black and white from color.It also seamlessly integrates with One Note and One Drive.This previously came at a promotional price of $2.99 for a while, but it’s now gone back up to the regular price of $6.99.

3. Citymapper – Bus, Tube, Rail
Travelling to a brand new city is always exciting but it can also be very little daunting, especially if you need public transportation to get around. Citymapper – Bus, Tube, Rail is a great app that brings you real-time information on public transport for cities around the world.You can easily plan your route using your preferred mode of transport and you can be kept current with any disruptions or cancellations that may occur. This is an essential app for any city-bound traveller.You can also now share your journey with others, so they know when to expect you.

4. YouTube
YouTube for iOS got two great updates this month. The first one is that it’s got got a three-tab face lift that makes getting around the app much easier, which is available to Android platform users too.These tabs are Home, subscription and account.Alongside the new tab display, YouTube for iOS was also updated this month to allow users to watch vertical videos in full screen which means you no longer have to tilt your iPhone.

5. Lrn
Lrn is an app that helps you learn to code. It was launched this month – and it’s already well worth checking out.As usual, you don’t get everything for free – you have the option of unlocking it all for $2.99, or buy individually at $0.99 per module – but given that the lessons manage to stay entertaining it’s really worth considering if you are interested in learning to code. There are a couple of free tutorials to get you started available.You get to recap at the end of each module to help you remember what you learn. You can say goodbye to boring programming lectures.It’s a lot like Swifty for iPhone. Obviously.Lrn is iOS-only for now, but the company says an Android version is on the way.

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