Top ten free Apps of 2012
2012 has been a great year for apps, but some apps are must haves for this year. If you don’t have them, go out and get them; they’re free.
Here’s our 2012 recap of awesome apps:
Now you can have mobile access to your files. All files saved to your Dropbox are accessible via your computer, iPhone iPad, or dropbox.com.
iHeartRadio is a free digital radio service. With 1,500 live stations to choose from, you’re sure to find something you like. If not, you can create a commercial-free, custom station.
8. Slices for Twitter
If you’re a fan of Twitter, you’ll love Slices for Twitter for iPhone and iPad Touch. Here are just some of the features as listed in the Developer’s Notes for the app: You can browse a Twitter directory by category, follow live events, slice your timeline into manageable streams, bookmark favorite accounts, and synchronize with a web experience.
Now when you want to ask a question, the Ask.com app is right at your fingertips. Just like the browser version, you can ask any question and Ask.com will search the web for the best answer.
6. Google Translate
Translate words and phrases using Google Translate just speak the phrase and here the translation. (Most languages are supported). Supports iPhone and iPad.
Wikipedia is the free web encyclopedia with more than 20 million articles in 280 languages. It’s a great reference app.
Even though this app came out prior to 2012, an update was made to this app in 2012, which included Facebook improvements. TED is an app that features free amazing talks by incredible people.
Weave is a project-based productivity app that keeps you organized by keeping track of your hobbies, work, and business.
Dashlane is a password manager. You can secure your logins, passwords, and codes. The app includes a security breach alert.
1. Dragon Dictation
This popular app was updated in 2012. It made number one on the list because it’s a great voice recognition application that’s very effective and easy-to-use. Speak your text or e-mail messages, social media status updates, notes, and reminders.
What do you think of the list? Did I miss any? Add your picks in the comments section.
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