24 Feb

5 Hidden Gems in iPhone App Store

With more than 5,00,000 apps in the App store of the Apple, it is very difficult to find good apps for your iPhone. Let’s take a look at 5 Hidden gems in the App store:



Glympse is a simple & private way to share your location with anyone via SMS, Email, Facebook, or Twitter.
The best part is that recipient doesn’t need any special software to be able to see your location. They received a link that shows your real-time position.
Glympse also makes it hassle free by only sharing your location for the time period you choose,& then it automatically stops.
It Requires iOS 3.0 or later.

find my iphone

Find my iPhone

If you lose your iPhone, the Find My iPhone app will let you use another iOS device to find it & protect your data. Just install this free app on another iOS device & sign in with your Apple ID.
This app will help you locate your iPhone on a map.
Then you can display a message, play a sound on the iPhone, even can remotely lock your device, and erase your data on it.
It requires 3.1.3 or later.


Onavo – Data Usage, Get More Out of Your Mobile Data Plan

Onavo’s app helps you to save money by compressing your data usage from all apps so that you can use more internet through your data plan.
This app connects your iPhone to our cloud-based technology where it works all its magic.
It requires 4.0 or later.

instant heart rate

Instant Heart Rate – Free

Instant Heart Rate is a great app in the App store to check your own pulse and check your heart rate.
The app uses your iPhones camera to detect pulse on your fingertip. The technique which is used by medical pulse oximeters is now available on your iPhone.
It requires 4.0 or later.



WebMD is another great app in the App store which helps you with your decision-making & health improvement efforts by providing 24*7 mobile access to mobile-optimized health information & decision-support tools including WebMD’s Symptom Checker, Drugs and Treatments, First Aid Information & Local Health Listings.
The app also provdies basic first aid information without internet so that you can use it in times of critical even if you don’t have internet.

19 Feb

Apple Posts Perfect Guide To ‘Getting Started Developing iOS Apps’

Have you always wanted to develop iOS apps?
Now Apple will help you in that process with a new beautiful guide called “Start Developing iOS Apps Today“.

The guide covers all the aspects of developing an iOS app starting from programming languages used, design of the app, and putting the app in the App store.

The guide is definitely for the new developers who always wanted to develop an iOS app but never knew where to begin.
Now just visit this link and start developing your own iOS apps.