iPhone apps that are worth paying for

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As an iPhone user you too might be on the lookout for freely available apps that will enhance your experience. However, it is not always that you should opt for the free apps only. The  paid apps are required as well. Here is a list of paid apps that you would like to have on your iPhone and these are not expensive either.

Offline saving

Often while surfing you might find a web page that you want to save for reading when you are offline. This is made possible by Safari where you can bookmark a page to read it offline. However, if you are looking for an option to read a webpage using another browser then download Instapaper. This app is created by Macro Arment for iDevices. After downloading this app all you need to do is select the read Later bookmarklet by Instapaper. This is a bookmark by the app that is enabled by JavaScript. This allows you to read the web page whenever you want. This app is available for $3.99 only.

Picture transitions

OldBooth is priced at $1.99 that is designed to have fun with your pictures. This app allows you to transform a full-face picture into a funny picture. There are various transitions to choose from.  It is more like a retro feel app that brings fun and adds zing  to your pictures. You can also opt for OldBooth Lite which is a free version.. This version will only give you limited masks for transforming your pictures.

Taking time off

Ever wondered how to immediately get rid of that boring meeting or put an end to a conversation without letting the other people know about it?  Well, if this is so then now you have an app for it called the GottaGo app available for $1.99. This app is specially designed to create a fake phone call or a message that will appear on your iPhone screen at a chosen time. You can create settings for receiving that fake text message or fake call at a given time to bail out of a boring meeting. Your iPhone will chime or ring when it receives that call. The best thing is that no one would be able to make out if it is real or fake. Additionally you can assign an image to the call to make it look more realistic when the incoming call flashes on the screen. One more interesting thing that you can do is add an audio to the call. This way when you answer it seems more real that there is a voice of caller on the other side. Other things include adding a ringtone and wallpaper.

Vocabulary game

WordsWorth is an app that will help you increase your vocabulary. It is a word game where you create words by tapping your iPhone screen. You need to ap the letters and create a word, for scoring more points you can use letters like u,q, j or z. This game also comprises  tiles like green bonuses, red timers and blue wild cards. To increase your scores you can use the gold tile. There is a time limit with timer tiles that gives you limited time to complete a word by your chosen letter. If you are able to do it within the stipulated time then you win or else you lose. You can download this app for $1.99.

Remote controller

If you are on the lookout for an app that will help you remotely control your Apple systems then iTeleport is the right app you. This app will cost you $24.99 but it is worth every penny that you spend. You will be able to gain remote control over your Windows, Linux and Mac systems from few feet including any other geographic location. You will be able to see the screen of your system, control the  mouse and keyboard as well.  However, you need to be connected to the system via Wi-Fi, EDGE, 3G etc. 

Privacy control

My Secret Folder is an app that is priced at merely $0.99 with an advantage of hiding your folders away from prying eyes. You are allowed to create secret notes, albums, save your contacts and save bookmarks too. You can import pictures and even take pictures within this app.

 

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Brooke M. Perry is an ardent technician associated with Qresolve android tablet support with wide experience of fixing issues with PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones. With a strong track record of devising effective ways of online tablet support and system security, she has so far helped thousands of users across the globe. Her writings on tech issues are the reflection of her in-depth interest and command she carries as a remote pc support technician. Her blogs and articles have been rated high for their lucid style and easy to understand language.

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This article was published on 2013/08/28