iPhone Apps to Look for in 2012

Since the number of mobile apps went to a million mark, 2011 has been a great year for smartphone users. Apple released some exciting products like iPhone 4S and iPad 2 for iOS, and for Android, various devices were launched, including Amazon's Kindle Fire. As a supervisor, I've listed some iPhone applications that I think might affect in 2012.

Quote: Since iOS devices have an HD camcorder, applications that Vidify can use it. With this application, users can edit their videos on iPhone. They can add sound, cross-free effects, turn off effects and phones or warm-up channels, and they can also adjust the length of video, video resolution, and frequency of change. I find it very easy to add an audio file, but it needs some kind of expertise to master other areas of the app. This app has already been called as an Instagram for video. Vidify is compatible with 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch (4th Generation), iPad 2 and it needs iOS 4.3 or later. It costs USD 1.99.

iCircuit Training: This is an iOS app that helps users do all the workouts without the help of the device. It has 18 planned cycles and 50 exercises classified under three levels of difficulty – beginner, medium and advanced. To do certain exercises there are options like upper, lower and whole body. It has pictures and videos to guide users, but it requires an active internet connection to play the videos. Since this application has a lot of pictures, it's a little cumbersome and I think the UI needs some change in appearance. However, iCircuit Training is a great app for users who want to do workout from home and free of charge. It is compatible with iPhone and iPads that run iOS 4.2 or later and costs USD 1.99.

Goldman HD: Goldman HD is a game app where the goal is to collect the gold by guiding the stone to blow it. There are 8 reasons and users need to use the right type of bomb for each ground. He can also use some great weapons while on his quest. The graphics and the sounds are great in Goldman HD. This game has no complicated rules and has 100 amazing levels. This app would look as great if it has a help page. Goldman HD is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and it requires iOS 3.2 or later. This app costs only $ 0.99 and there is also a small version available for free.

App Store has seen the emergence of many good applications in 2011. Let us hope for more productive 2012. We review over 4,000 applications last year. Among them, we hope that these few programs will be successful in 2012. Our assessment process is usually based on design and usability. If you think you've also found a great app, please let us know on Alpha Digits. Wish you all a happy new year !!!

Source by Steve L August

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