top ios apps 2015

Top iOS Apps That You Might Have Missed

The year 2015 has come to an end and just like every year, it saw release of a huge amount of big apps on the App Store. When we say huge, we mean millions. In the midst of all these apps, it could get pretty difficult to find the ones that pique your interest. We have tried to save you the trouble by outlining the top iOS apps of 2015.

Adobe Post

Most of the applications from Adobe are pretty complicated and aimed towards professional use. However, that is not the case with Adobe Post. This is basically a social graphics creation app that enables you to design all sorts of images. The best part of this app is that you can pick an ordinary photo and make them as fancy-looking as possible. The options are endless. You have a user-friendly interface to work with, all the options are present upfront and you can utilize them in any way you want. If you are into designing, then Adobe Post comes highly recommended.

SecureTeen

This app does exactly what the name says. It secures your teens from all the digital havoc that has run rampant in the modern day. Children spend their time on their gadgets and succumb to different problems, including drugs, crimes, and alcohol. This is where SecureTeen can prove to be a big help as it allows you, the parents, to keep an eye on what your children are doing on their gadgets all the time. You will be able to look at their social media and instant messaging activities, call logs, SMS, location information, and browsing history, as well as keep their online searches safe from inappropriate results. If you have got a teenager that you need to keep safe from the internet, then SecureTeen is the best tool for that. The best part about this parental control solution is that it works perfectly well even on non-jailbroken iOS devices.

Slack

This team communication and collaboration app is handy for all kinds of people, be it professionals or students. It allows users to invite multiple people into a conversation for private chat, and share any feelings that you want. Employees can use this app to exchange ideas about an ongoing project and all of the participants will be able share their ideas through different files without much of a hassle. Similarly, students can use it to cooperate during group presentations and tasks.

iTranslate Voice

This is easily one of the best apps being offered on the App Store. You can use this app to translate 42 languages into English. The best part is that you don’t have to write down everything as there’s a voice feature that allows you to say anything that you want translated. iTranslate Voice is handy if you are on a business tour in a foreign country, or if you are planning on making a leisure trip to an exotic location. Having a go-to translator in the palm of your hands can prove to be a huge help.

Apple Maps

The Maps app from Apple didn’t do as well as the tech giant would have hoped for in the beginning. However, at this point, it is easily the best tool available for navigation. It allows you to go around without getting lost and it enables you to look for places of interest around you. This is helpful not only for the locals, but also extremely handy for the foreigners who have a hard time locating places that’d interest them. If you leave your house on regular basis, then having Apple Maps on your iOS device is a no-brainer.