Best iPhone Apps 2013: Free and paid apps for iPhone
Whether you're after the latest free iPhone apps or the App Store essentials, T3's app experts pick the best iPhone apps to grab in 2013
The iPhone 5 recently landed extending the family of Apple smartphones to furnish with some top quality, free and paid for app delights. Each month T3's specialist iPhone team storm the App Store in search of the very best iPhone apps available right now.
So whether you scroll aimlessly through the App Store, or have just grabbed an Apple smartphone, here's our monthly updated list of what the T3 app experts have uncovered this month.
Want more of the best apps? Check out the T3 App Chart for all the latest apps across platforms.
The music discovery service uses tweets and interactions on the social networking site to help you find new songs and recommend tracks with Spotify and Rdio subscribers able to then listen to tracks. #music users can tweet a song they're listening to directly from the app and there's even a chart listing the top Twitter tracks.
Price: Free | Download Twitter #music iPhone app above
Fish out of Water
Brought to you by the makers of Fruit Ninja and the brilliant Jetpack Joyride, this game is all about skipping fish off the surface of the ocean. The water can get dicey and the conditions can drastically change making the challenge more difficult but in the quest to top the leaderboard, Halfbrick has come up trumps with this iOS exclusive.
Price: £0.69 | Download Fish out of Water iPhone app above
Run a 5K!
If the London Marathon has give you the motivation to lace up your running shoes you can start small by training for a significantly shorter 5k run with expert advice from coaches and GPS tracking to get you ready to run in seven weeks. It has support for Runkeeper, Fitbit and MapMyRun which means you can also sync data from your previous runs.
Price: Free | Download Run 5K! iPhone app above
Cut the Rope: Time Travel
Om Nom is back trying to get some candy with more physics based puzzle action this time taking you back to historical eras like the Middle and Stone Age. If you loved the first Cut the Rope, then it is more of the same so you can expect it to consume more hours of the day before the next spin-off turns up.
Price: £0.69 | Download Cut the Rope: Time Travel iPhone app above
Hoping to usurp the app you currently use to find out whether it’s big coat weather, this beautiful-looking app delivers real-time conditions with information generated from heat and wind maps and details on sunrise/sunset phases. Best of all, users can submit photos from Flickr to give a view of conditions from your current location.
Price: Free | Download Yahoo! Weather iPhone app above