With hundreds of thousands of smartphones apps available, how do you know what the best app to download from the Google Play (formally known as Android Market), BlackBerry World, or Windows Phone Store? Wirefly reviews the best smartphone apps for productivity and personalization of your smartphone. And, of course, we’ll tell you which games are more fun.
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Do you love to cook and wish you could share your passion with the world? There is nothing like the feeling of cooking the perfect dish and wanting to show everyone how great of a job you did. Let's face it; cooking is a passion that needs others to really be appreciated.
Allthecooks Recipes is the perfect app for someone looking to do just that. With Allthecooks Recipes App it is like having a social network just for the food and cooking connoisseurs of the world. This app features over 150K recipes from a community of cooks all over. Once you become part of this community you can follow as many cooks as you want and have others follow you. Each time you make something worth noting, you can upload pictures and directions to the app for others to see.
This app can be... read more
If you've been searching for recipes on various different sites for Thanksgiving, stop now! ChefTap is a great new recipe smartphone app that has everything you want in one place.
ChefTap is a virtual cookbook that combines your favorite apps like Pinterest and Epicurious so that you don't have to spend your holidays tirelessly looking for recipes on numerous sites. And you can make it your own by changing the recipes once you add them to your app.
It's like running your own cooking blog, with all of your favorite old and new recipes, which is just what you want around Thanksgiving! It also helps that you don't need access to the... read more
If you are someone who has many different devices but loves to keep everything organized in one central location, Dropbox is the app for you. With Dropbox, you can store images, videos and documents on many different devices and see everything just by signing onto your Dropbox account.
Wirefly wants you to be able to trust that the files on your smartphone are going to be safe and secure, so we decided to let you in on a great smartphone app: Google Drive, your one-stop file saver.
Google Drive allows you to easily store all of your files in one place, much like Google's other smartphone apps. But Google Drive is even more innovative than the rest.
Being that it's a smartphone storage system, a great feature of this app is that it recognizes images you've taken and stored so that you can type in a description of the image and it will instantly pop up. And you can also access documents you've scanned onto your smartphone by... read more
Do you habitually read a diverse range of topics (Whether it's online or in a magazine/newspaper), and from many different sources? If you do then Flipboard is something that you might really like for your Android smartphone. Let's assume you are the exact... read more
I've been using the USA Today app ever since in was it released on the Palm Pre years ago. It's quick, intuitive and has a refreshingly fun user interface. The USA Today app is available for Android, iPhone,... read more
If you're someone that likes to keep up with the latest news or if you like to listen to the news during your morning commute, the NPR News app is the FREE app for you. You can listen to live streams from hundreds of NPR stations from around the country or search for your local station by the station call letters or your current location.
NPR offers great news and information during programs like Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Talk of the Nation. If you have a favorite show from NPR, you can create a playlist with episodes about topics that interest you. There is even a share button that will allow you to share a story or... read more