We don’t know what kind of iPhone app you’re looking for, but we’re hoping you’ll find it here. We’ve got more than a hundred of our favorite apps spanning a bunch of different categories, all of which you can find in the Key. Click on any category or subcategory to jump right to it, and click on the name of any app to link directly to the iPhone App Store.
Below are our app picks for Entertainment, Work and Organizing, Security and Utility, What’s Around Town, Social and Chat, Fitness and Health, Travel and Maps, and The Dark Arts. We’ll add new categories in the coming weeks and months. We hope you enjoy and please give us app suggestions or feedback in the comments.
Update on 6-30-2015 by Brandon Widder: 10 apps were removed, including TVTag, Secret, EveryTrail, Sparrow, and more.
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- Work and Organizing
- Security and Utilities
- What’s Around Town
- Social and Chat
- Fitness and Health
- Travel and Maps
- Photos and Creativity
- The Dark Arts
New App Additions
Our list is being updated all the time with the newest and best apps we come across. Here are the latest additions to our collection of favorite iPhone apps.
Joobik Player allows users to queue up video playlists from iTunes and play them on any AirPlay device. It’s a nice feature, considering that Apple still hasn’t created a queue feature for iTunes.
Hate missing your TV shows? Checkout TeeVee 3, the app that provides a countdown calendar for all your favorite shows. Choose which shows to follow and the app will provide information and video supplements as they’re released.
Storehouse is a storytelling app that lets users upload photos, video, and text to create a personalized story of just about anything. The app even lets you embed your story on blogs and browse other users stories.
Chronicle your adventures with this travel journal app that easily uploads your musings and images. You can share with your friends and family over FB and Twitter. It’ll even work offline so you can report from the most remote locales.
Duolingo is a good way to learn the basics of a language for the excellent price of zero dollars. Add-free, Duolingo currently offers mini-tutorials for 10 languages with fun, game like lesson plans. Before you know it you’ll dream in German.
A simple messaging app to ask a friend to get a beer. Beer!? was inspired by Yo, the app that lets people message Yo. All you do is select a name from your Beer contacts and the app will send them a message that reads Beer!? It’s a fun way to pester friends.
The text-based Device 6 isn’t your standard mystery game. The game reads like a mystery novel with puzzles and a healthy dose of intrigue to propel you through this unorthodox thriller.
Twitter’s answer to Meerkat, Periscope lets users live stream on Twitter. Your followers can interact by commenting on the view. Finally, a way for your friends to respond to your live stream of the bus ride home.
Nuzzle will aggregate news stories from your Twitter and Facebook feeds to give you one place to catch up on the important stories. Set alerts to receive notifications when news stories are shared by certain friends.