A Roundup of iOs Apps

Here are some interesting apps for iOS, that are totally fun, efficient worthwhile. flipboard-iphone-5-1348266640 Vine is a new free app for iOS. Twitter has finally come up with a way of sharing concise video clips over its social network through the latest app called Vine. Vine, allows users to make and pass around six-second, GIF-like footage from anywhere in the world to anywhere. Misuse of the app by users uploading explicit content, led to extreme criticism against Vine. Hopefully, it won’t go off circulation, as we are all aware of Apple’s staunch stand on such instances of misuse and controversy. Deko by Aero Deko Getting creative with the Apple iPhone and iPad are possible. This fact is reflected by users who design and develop various pieces of copyright. For these artisans,  Aero Deko’s free artistic design app will be of great application. This is an interactive app, through which you can create images, and let your imagination run a mock to come up with wallpapers and designs for your friends and family to review and admire. There are plenty wallpaper apps which let you customize your own wallpaper, that you’ll find for the  iOS, but Deko makes it mark as it has quality gesture-based interface and a lot of functions for running through various trials. This app download is free, there is a rider though which is that a small intra-app purchase is required to save high resolution images on Deko for Retina display optimisation. Anne Frank brought to us by  Penguin Books Anne Frank’s no doubt has arisen from the popular book. Having been adapted into plays and films this is now being used in the app called Anne Frank. Developed by Beyond the Story, this version made for the iPad has the entire text, audio extracts as read by Helena Bonham Carter and also video archive content, plus other supplementary materials. This app is however not free for download, but is worth it!

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