What a week it’s been here at the iPhone App Review! We covered a ton of good iPhone apps and iPad apps —would you expect any different from us? We’ve got our Top 5 iPhone Apps all loaded up and ready to go. But before we sic ‘em on you, here’s a sneak peek at some of the stellar iOS apps we covered this week:
This Week’s Stand-Out Apps
One of our favorites this week was Quipster, which offers a new and snarky way to announce your location and doings. We also dug the extreme amount of learning potential locked inside iMathematics. For a younger audience, we also liked the educational value of Farm Jigsaw Puzzles 123 for the iPad.
It was a great week for games, as well, featuring the challenging gameplay of Atomania, the quick-paced scramble of Brick Color, and the campy nerd-fest of Warp Jam. For the musical star in you, we also took an extended look at FunTom of the Opera.
That’s it for our sneak peek! But don’t think we’re done just yet—in fact, we’re only just getting started! Hit us up after the break for a look at our Top 5 iPhone and iPad Apps for June 10.
Top 5 iPhone and iPad Apps of the Week
Snapseed – $4.99
Last out of the gate this week, though certainly not least, is yet another app for the iPad. Snapseed, which can be had for an hefty five bucks in the AppStore, absolutely stole the show for us with its stellar and simple photo-editing capabilities.
Taking and editing photos could not be easier with Snapseed. The app features a beautiful horizontal interface that allows for quick dragging-and-dropping of just about everything. The boon of this is that you can load a new photo, slap a filter onto it, and then have it on Flickr in only a matter of minutes. The included effects and adjustment sliders are professional-grade, too, meaning your photos won’t be sporting any cheap effects. Snapseed is the perfect photo-editor for the iPad’s screen and capabilities, and once you’ve given it a go, you’ll never want to go back.