• Top 10 Best New and Free Apps for iPhone, iPad and Android Devices in August

    Posted on September 4th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Well, August has been living and left people around the world a lot of things to enjoy. However, with August flowing by, we could say that things are just starting to heat up for the mobile industry, as tons of new announcements and events are scheduled for the coming weeks and months, just like the very near September 5th Nokia and Microsoft Windows 8 event, and the September 12th Apple iPhone event. We could say that the September is not any less exciting than August. We could expect a lot of things this month. In the meantime, app developers also churned out some amazing and free apps for Android and iOS in August. So many actually, that you’d have to spend a lot of time in app catalogs finding all the gems there.

    From the market share of mobile phone industry, we could easily see that Android and iOS continue dominating the mobile platform landscape and with little Windows Phone releases we’ve left Microsoft’s platform on the bench for this edition. Right now, let’s focus on the best and free apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices here. The below content would show you what all these wonderful free apps are and how to get them.

    Android and iOSSlices: Slices is a free app for Twitter with its brilliant design and a deeper take on Twitter, slicing it in categories so you can follow live events and the news as they happen on the microblogging service.
    For iOS
    For Android

    Prismatic: Prismatic is one of the best looking apps for staying up to date with your Facebook, Twitter and Google newsfeed, bringing a visual and simple layout.
    For iOS

    WebMD Baby: WebMD Baby is an app for your baby, covering a wide range of parenting topics and answers on a ton of baby sitting questions to bring you a piece of mind, especially in those stressful first few months and years.
    WebMD Baby for iPhone, iPad
    WebMD Baby on Android

    Food Network: As the name shows, this app is about food. It will make your searching much, much easier. All restaurants recommended by the Food Network mean something to your stomach.
    Download Food Network for iOS

    Haiku Deck: Haiku Deck is a great tool to help you create beautiful presentations on the go with your iOS device. It provides a bunch of refined templates and themes, tons of Creative Commons-licensed pictures and allows you to import pictures from online services like Flickr and Picasa. For back-to-school students, this is absolutely a must have free app.
    Download Haiku Dock for iPhone, iPad

    Learnist: Learnist allows you to fully explore and learn about a topic via web. If Wikipedia isn’t enough, Learnist seems like the perfect back-to-school app.
    Download Learnist for iPhone, iPad
    Android VS. iOSScope: Scope integrates your online identities into one place you can easily check – Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, it’s all inside Scope.
    Download Scope on Android

    Gallery Lock: If you want to keep your private photo or albums safe, Gallery Lock is your choice. This free app locks your private photos or albums from other people who want to view pictures on your phone.
    Download Gallery Lock for Android

    Current Caller ID:Current Caller ID not only shows you the name of who’s calling, but also his latest Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn updates straight on that call screen.
    Download Current Caller ID

    Pinterest: Pinterest is one app that probably doesn’t need any introduction, but still – it’s a social network where people share images of the things they like, desire, crave. It stands out from the rest similar blogging sites like Tumblr with its unique multi-row layout (the phone app has two) allowing you to browse through tons of stuff quicker.
    Download Pinterest on Android

    Remind you again, all these apps are for free, which means that you can get all these apps from store with no cost. Enjoy yourself.

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