The AppleVis Editorial Team Top 10 iOS Apps

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As members of the AppleVis Editorial team, we are often asked, “What apps would you recommend?” Or, “What are your favorite apps?” With this in mind, here is an alphabetical listing (navigable by headings at level 3) of the top 10 iOS apps from several of our editorial team members, along with links to the rellavent AppleVis App Directory entries, if available:

AnonyMouse

1. Newsify ~ Google Reader RSS News Client 2. Twitterrific 5 for Twitter 3. Check the Weather 4. AppShopper 5. NFB-NEWSLINE® Mobile 6. Hourly News 7. Downcast 8. Zello Walkie Talkie 9. Bookmark 10. Facebook

David

1. Downcast 2. Feeddler RSS Reader for iPad and iPhone 3. Twitterrific 5 for Twitter 4. Bookmark 5. Flipboard: Your Social News Magazine 6. Dropbox 7. iBooks 8. 1Password 9. IMDb Movies & TV 10. Instapaper

David Woodbridge

1. ABC Radio 2. ABC iView 3. Tripview Sydney 4. Foxtel Guide 5. Pandora Radio 6. Office Mail 7. TweetList Pro for Twitter 8. Downcast 9. Find My iPhone and Find My Friends 10. TWIT (the TWIT podcasting network).

Kieran Little

1. WhatsApp Messenger 2. Fleksy - Happy typing 3. TextDetective 4. Tweetbot for Twitter (iPhone & iPod touch) 5. Facebook 6. Cloud scrob for last.fm 7. Feeddler RSS Reader for iPad and iPhone 8. The Cracked Reader 9. TuneIn Radio Pro 10. Foursquare

Michael Hansen

1. Twitterrific 5 for Twitter 2. Weather Alert USA 3. Zello Walkie Talkie 4. Facebook 5. ooTunes Radio - Recording and Alarm Clock! 6. Fahrenheit - Weather and Temperature on your Home Screen 7. LookTel Money Reader 8. Amtrak 9. Wunder Radio 10. NFB-NEWSLINE® Mobile

Scott Davert

1. NFB-NEWSLINE® Mobile 2. Hourly News 3. LookTel Money Reader 4. Dropbox 5. iBooks 6. iCatcher! podcast app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad 7. ooTunes Radio - Recording and Alarm Clock! 8. iBlink radio 9. TweetList Pro for Twitter 10. Nebulous Notes (for Dropbox) What are your top 10 iOS apps? Let us know in the comments!

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Submitted by Maria Reyes on Thursday, August 13, 2015

Here are my most used apps
1 Read2Go 2 Gmail email from Google 3 Google Docs 4 Overcast 6 Podcasts