If you have a smartphone, you know how important apps are to the experience.
Apps make our phones personal, more useful, and fun.
Maybe I take my apps a bit more seriously than most because I write about them everyday.
But I also try a lot of apps out—which makes the ones I stick with all the more interesting.
Tweetbot is one of the most comprehensive Twitter apps I've ever used. I really like the gestures, which make it simple to pull and refresh your timeline.
Tapping a message brings up a bunch of options like marking favorite tweets and retweeting.
Besides its functionality, the app is beautifully designed and moves fast.
Price: $2.99 for the iPhone/iPod Touch version and $2.99 for the iPad version.
I check Instagram when I first wake up and whenever I'm bored. It's a great way to see what your friends or favorite celebrities are up to—just a quick visual snapshot, nothing extra.
Besides following others, it's also fun to share parts of my day with my friends.
Right now, Instagram has no ads. If Facebook, which bought the company earlier this year, ever adds them, we bet they'll fit unintrusively into the experience.
Check The Weather is fast, useful, and beautiful. The weather app is one of the first things I open up each day because it tells me if its going to rain and for how long.
I also get a 10-day forecast by just swiping to the left.
Check The Weather is one of the best weather apps I've ever used on my iPhone.
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