Apple’s iPhone 5 has already proven successful. The device comes with a 4-inch screen, an outstandingly thin design and 4G LTE service, making it one of the leaders in the smartphone marketplace. Without the iPhone 5, it’s hard to consider what the mobile space might look like at the moment.
The iPhone 5, however, wouldn’t be as popular without all of the applications available in Apple’s App Store. With over 800,000 apps available in the marketplace, there’s something for everyone.
That said, there are precious few apps that currently support the iPhone 5. The issue is that developers must modify their apps if they want to take advantage of the iPhone 5’s larger screen. Some have already modified their apps for the iPhone 5, and some have not. And for many iPhone 5 owners, trying to search through the App Store to find programs that actually work with the screen isn’t so easy.
Luckily for those folks, we have them covered. In the following pages, we’re going to outline 50 applications that work with the larger display of the iPhone 5. Although many are wellsuited for businesses, the following apps would be ideal for anyone looking to be more productive and get some work done.
Check out some of the top iPhone 5-ready applications:
1. Tweetbot for Twitter
Tweetbot is basically a Twitter client, allowing users to read and respond to tweets, as well as to access their timelines.
Readability lets users save Web pages for reading offline at a later point. It works on iOS, as well as on computers.
3. iTranslate Voice
Traveling overseas to a country that speaks another language? iTranslate Voice is designed to take your spoken word and automatically translate into another language.
OpenTable is simple enough: it lets you make reservations from your iPhone 5.
The TED Conference is one of the best entertainment options every year. That’s why its iPhone 5 app, which includes videos from tech geniuses, is so great.
6. Hipmunk Flight & Hotel Search
Looking for an alternative travel search service? Check out Hipmunk – it’s one of the few travel apps that support iPhone 5.
Instapaper is one of the world’s most popular apps, allowing users to save clips from around the Web for viewing later.
Evernote lets you take notes – both text and voice – and sync them across multiple devices.
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