28. Strava Cycling
Dubbed one of the world’s most innovative fitness companies, Strava have created a series of apps (see Strava Run) that utilise GPS navigation to track and monitor your routes and routines. The statistics are then available to view, share, or compete with friends and other local cycling enthusiasts.
Price: Free | Download Strava Cycling iPhone app
Teenager Nick D’Alosio created this news summary app with the help of a Hong Kong based billionaire who had previously invested in Skype, Facebook and Spotify. The result? A slick interface with special algorithms at work to give you the stories you want to know about in one place.
Price: Free | Download Summly iPhone app
The smart note-taking application has now got even smarter adding iOS 6 support, which means you can now share content over Facebook. It’s also optimised for the 4-inch screen which means no black bars to get in the way of your to-do lists.
Price: Free | Download Evernote iPhone app
The retro-style photo app is usually quick out of the traps optimising its apps bringing added support for the iPhone 5 and iOS 6 crucially modifying the interface to fit perfectly on the new 4-inch Retina display and integrating the troublesome Apple Maps.
Price: Free | Download Instagram iPhone app
32. Minecraft – Pocket Edition
Adding extra screen estate for virtual controls and notably the new Survival mode, the PC and XBLA smash has been optimised for the next generation iPhone so you can immerse yourself in an open world universe free to build just like you did when you were given Lego for your fifth birthday…
Price: £4.99 | Download Minecraft – Pocket Edition iPhone app
33. FIFA 13
If New Star Soccer lacks the console-like game engine and slick player animations you truly crave from a mobile football game, the latest FIFA instalment should be more to your liking. Adding EA SPORTS Football Club and the ability to share goals and outlandish Cruyff turns via YouTube, the new FIFA will now let you save games in Manager and tournament mode in the iCloud and continue campaigns on another iOS device.
Price: £4.99 | Download FIFA 13 iPhone app
34. Google Chrome
While you might have to do without Google Maps, you can still swap Apple’s built-in Safari browser for Google Chrome with added support for the new bigger display. Interestingly, like other alternative browser apps, Apple has added a 17+ age restriction, so if you don’t meet the requirements you’ll have to stick to using Safari.
Price: Free | Download Google Chrome iPhone app