The Coolest New Apps & Things That The Apple iPhone 5 Can Do
Apple reported that before launching the iPhone 5 on September 21, its pre-orders had risen to above 2 million. It does offer some great new advancements over the Apple iPhone 4 – here are some of the coolest new Apps and things that the iPhone 5 will be able to do for you:
Spotify App – What better way to take advantage of the ergonomically optimised new ear pods than with the must have Spotify app.
Onavo – The 4G compatibility is a huge plus for the iPhone 5, the only problem being you’ll find yourself browsing the net more often and more rapidly than ever before. So, the free Onavo app is a rather key download because it shrinks down your data consumption while you browse.
YouTube – The YouTube app has been transformed especially for the iPhone 5 phone release. Everything’s better, from the search function to the interface.
Netflix – With a bigger 4 inch screen, you’ll want to enjoy an app like Netflix to the max. Browsing movies on the iPhone is a far better and smoother experience than ever before – you’ll see that the explosions are more vivid to look at, and better to hear thanks to the better ear pods.
iPhoto – Apple has made significant improvements to the in built camera, but the cool iPhoto app allows you to edit, improve and fine tune your snaps before you share them online.
Camera Awesome – Another app to help you create picture masterpieces with your iPhone 5 camera. The app allows you to use depth detection sensors to take some seriously awesome pictures.
VLingo – Siri is much better with the iPhone 5 than ever before. It makes apps like VLingo perfect to use, as you can voice command just about everything from text messaging to asking all about the weather in Paris (even if you have no intention of going).
Kingdoms & Lords Game – Gaming is just better on the iPhone 5 thanks to the smoother engine and the bigger screen. Take your pick from any number of game apps, this new and free one has you attacking enemy realms as the King of your own castle.
Apple Maps – This really delivers a more enriching mapping experience than others like Google Maps. It means that your iPhone 5 effectively becomes a very useful GPS system in itself. Thanks to iOS6, Apple Maps has turn by turn navigation – it has the ability to provide live traffic data wherever you may be located, and give you alternative route information if you happen to be stuck in a jam somewhere. If you want something a little more slick, the new flyover feature lets you see an aerial visual angle to view buildings and locations with 3d effects. There is also integration with Siri, which means you can just tell it where you want to go and it computes the best possible route.
It’s early days yet – the new improved characteristics on the iPhone 5 will surely mean a ton of exciting new apps will be brought to market before long.