A look at Apple’s ‘Best of 2013’ apps: Part 2
This entry was posted on Wednesday, December 18, 2013.
Apple published a list of apps, movies, music and other App Store content that it deemed to be the ‘Best of 2013’ on Monday, and we took a look at the list of apps that were considered the best for the iPad in it. Read on below the break for the second of our 2 parter about Apple’s ‘Best of 2013’ list, and it’s geared toward apps for the iPhone this time.
iPhone Apps of the Year:
If you’re looking to learn a new language, you should look no further than the rather brilliant software aids from the folks at Duolingo, and their app for the iPhone has been considered the very best of 2013.
VSCO Cam (Free)
Photo editing apps are a dime a dozen in the App Store now, but few do it better than the free VSCO Cam app. There’s a great deal of fine tuning possible in each change you make in your photo that really sets this app apart.
The Whole Pantry (Free)
The Whole Pantry is a lifestyle cooking app that seeks to promote healthy eating in its users. With a large variety of healthy recipes, this app helps its users overcome plenty of health issues.
iPhone Games of the Year
Ridiculous Fishing ($2.99)
Few arcade games manage to have an open world infinite gameplay element in them, but this game did just that, and in a uniquely designed package to boot. This independent game combines great gameplay with a surprisingly engaging storyline, and it isn’t hard to see why it’s been adjudged to the very Best iPhone game of 2013.
Device 6 ($4.49)
This game is inarguably one of the most unique in the App Store, as it’s a mix of a deeply engaging mystery novel and a turn-by-turn based thriller of sorts.