Who doesn’t love a little customization? Both the iPhone lock screen and home screen provide us with a blank canvas to display photographs and graphics that are both functional and fun. So how do you get your hands on the best iPhone wallpapers and background? There are of course, a few hundred apps for that.
We combed through tons of wallpaper and background apps on the App Store to bring you the top seventy-five from several different categories. Below you’ll find apps containing wallpapers with cars, artwork, nature, app shelves and a lot more, many of which can be downloaded completely free.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Schelandars. The developer describes Schelandars as “a scheduling Calendar System for iPhone. The user can view everyday things in their fullest context of flowing times. No items are omitted, and boundary of hours, days, weeks and months simply do not exist. The conventional repeating events re-invented as a schedule to reveal repeating properties properly.”
Read on for more information and screenshots!
Well look no further, because today we have five awesome iPhone games that are perfect for Angry Birds fans. Some are almost a direct clone of Angry Birds, others are only slightly reminiscent, all are good for hours of fun.
Also, if you’re too cheap to buy Angry Birds to see what all the fuss is about, we’ve got two completely free alternatives that follow the same gameplay model! Let’s take a look.
Recently, we posted a head-to-head match between Pulse and FLUD, two attractive and innovative new readers for the iPhone. Today we want to get your input on which unique news aggregator you like best.
Our contestants are Pulse News Mini, FLUD Mobile, Reeder, Taptu and News360. All of these are quality attempts at versatile, customizable and design-conscious news readers and all are free with the exception of Reeder.
Cast your vote on the right and tell us which app you think is the best, then leave a comment below ranking those that you’ve tried. Obviously, we couldn’t list every news reader on the App Store so feel free to write in your favorite if we missed it!
Besides ushering in a new era of interface design and raising the bar for smartphone functionality, the iPhone’s tactile interaction has helped spark a revival of one of the oldest and most respected gaming genres in history: the point & click adventure game. One of the happy consequences of this revival has been a game called City of Secrets, from Aidem Media.
Right from the unusual opening, the game’s polished presentation and engaging story draw you deeper (literally) into a hidden city beneath the ground where the plot unfolds. The game’s popularity has prompted the release of iPad and Mac versions, but today we take a look at the iPhone version to see what makes this a city you’ll want to visit.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting HalfCamera. The developer describes HalfCamera as an app that reproduces amusement & fun from the half frame camera which takes two pictures in a film.
Half frame camera is used by classic camera fans in the world, and now on you can enjoy it with your iPhone. We cooperated with professional photographers from start to finish. That’s why we are sure that you will totally enjoy the experience in using HalfCamera if you like taking pictures. Apply effects, arrange poses and take a photo with an 18×24 format view finder. One film roll consists of 6 shots (12 photos). You can develop an image by choosing two photos which are close to each other. You can write text between photos and frame images.
Don’t you hate it that you have to connect your phone to your computer to transfer a photo? Doesn’t it seem like this sort of action should be performed over Wifi?
Today’s app, Wifi Photo Transfer, does that very thing. It’s a simple, no-fluff application that allows you to access your phone’s photo libraries right from any web browser on any computer.
Productivity apps comprise one of the hottest niches on the app store. For whatever reason, we simply can’t get enough todo list applications! The problem of course with these apps is that, despite being fairly simple, many of them can run you upwards of $70 by the time you purchase the Mac, iPhone and iPad versions. Even after spending all that money you don’t always get synced tasks between the various versions!
Wunderlist is the app that’s changing everything. It’s free, gorgeous, has professional features like list-sharing, exists on almost every platform you can think of and is always up-to-date no matter where you access it from.
We sat down with Robert Kock, the co-founder of 6Wunderkinder (the company behind Wunderlist) to see how they created such a successful app, why they can offer it for free and what other goodies we can expect to see in the future.