Now that July has finally paraded itself into the limelight, it is interesting to look back and recall the top five iPhone apps that topped the month of June. Based on the number of Facebook shares, you will discover the five most famous apps for last month. If you haven’t downloaded them yet, here’s your chance to get to know each one!
5: Punch Like UFC Champ “Rampage” App
In this App, you are challenged with punching like the UFC Fighting champ Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. You hold the phone in your hand and punch when it prompts you – hint, a downwards hook punch seems to give the best results, and on carpet may also reduce the danger associate with playing this game – and then it gives you a score as a percentage of the force required to break the material you chose, that you managed to muster up. If you make it, I would imagine there is some flashy animation, or something. I wouldn’t know.
4: Flipboard: Where RSS Feeds and Social Media Collide
The thing that Flipboard’s probably most famous for is its elegant, magazine like interface. You swipe through pages of tile shaped feeds, that update to show a little preview of its newest article. Flipboard allows you to connect your social networks, and flip through them alongside your RSS feeds. It is also great for sharing. If you find an article that you like, you can share it to your social networks.
Instapaper, developed by Marco Arment, is your inbox for articles. Whenever you come across an article that you’d like to save for a more convenient time, send it to Instapaper, where it will be waiting for you even if you’re offline. With Instapaper, you’ll never have to miss another article again. Not only does Instapaper provide you with a place to store all of your unread articles, it also wants you to enjoy reading them as much as possible, which is why the reading environment is completely customizable. nstapaper has its social networking side. It allows you to send articles to Facebook Twitter, Tumblr, Pinboard, and Evernote. To make things even better, Instapaper also supports sharing to specific iPhone apps.
2: Elfishki and The Giant Cake: Cut Me A Slice Of That!
This app is a book that feels like a game. The fairies were a big hit. And you will certainly enjoy the fact that it had the feel of a game which made the learning experience fun. The interactive questions helped to make your 7 year old relearn what they’d read, making sure they will retain the knowledge. It’s a great product that will hold any fairy or dessert lovers attention and teach them in the process.
1: Royal Dubstep: Celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee!
The intro to the app is very festive with the anthem of ‘God Save Our Queen’ playing on the greeting page. The app has a clear layout, which is easy to use and operate. The main aim of the app is to create music using the available functions, which all appear on one screen. Audio clips of the Royal family make it funny and entertaining to add onto a chosen track. The app includes a range of sound effects, loops, samples, pitch modulations and a glitch feature that slows down the time. Users can also purchase additional sound packs of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry.
So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and get your own versions of these apps to your iPhone today! And you might also want to learn about the other apps that went famous before these five. Click here to know what they are!