10. Navigon North America
Considering Maps is so bad, you might need a new GPS solution for the iPhone 5. Consider Navigon North America.
11. Atlas by Collins
Atlas by Collins is one of the neatest iPhone 5 apps around, offering users the chance to explore over 200,000 places around the world.
Splashtop lets you access your Mac or PC screen from your iPhone 5.
13. Discreet Contacts Pro
Looking for some privacy? Discreet Contacts Pro combines a calculator with secret contacts to keep snoops away from your important information.
14. PDF Reader Pro Free
The name says it all. PDF Reader Pro Free lets users check out documents, as well as PDF files. And it does it for free.
Have a really neat idea you want to share with the world? Try PitchEngine.
M.Dot helps you take your website and optimize it for mobile devices.
17. The Vault
If you want to secure your iPhone 5 data, consider checking out The Vault.
18. PM Network
Are you in the project management field? If so, check out one of the few iPhone 5-optimized magazines in Apple’s App Store, PM Network.
Foursquare is a location-based social network that lets you “check in” to where you are and communicate with folks around you.
20. Tim Trail
Wondering how well you’re managing your time? Tic Trail does it for you.
21. App Rank & Reviews
Are you a developer? If so, you should try out App Rank & Reviews, an app that lets you see how your program stacks up in Apple’s App ore.
22. 42 Each
42 Each is all about productivity, helping users input all of their inventory items in bulk to limit wasted time.
Those looking to track their time and mileage while on the road will want to try out BizXpenseTracker.