Best iPhone Apps 2013: Free and paid apps for iPhone
Best iPhone apps to download in July
Fancy Pants Adventures
If you’ve played the Flash version of the game, you’ll know all about the addictive doodling platformer. For those new to all things Pants Man, your quest is to rescue your little sister Cutie Pants who has been captured by pirates sliding at speed through levels a bit like you used to do with Sonic.
Price: £0.69 | Fancy Pants Adventures review
Columbia’s GPS Pal
Ideal for urban and countryside hikers, the GPS app monitors all of your trekking activity from photos to trail and geo-tagging information and then syncs them to a web journal. Other data tracked includes elevation changes, speed and distance travelled, all of which can be shared via social networks.
Price: Free | Columbia’s GPS Pal review
If you are desperately lacking in the DIY skills department and have to get someone in to do the work, the app from trade vetting company Checkatrade.com will help you find a local tradesman with the right qualifications plus feedback from previous customers. So, you should never get fleeced for a few little repairs.
Price: Free | Download Checkatrade iPhone app
Fade: Case of the stolen diamonds
Set in the 1930's with a mouse detective named Pete as the central character, this puzzler makes the most of the iPhone’s simple gesture controls to swipe away obstacles so that Pete can get a bit closer to the pesky diamond thief. Collect enough of the precious jewels throughout the game, and unlock more bonus levels in black and white.
Price: £0.69 | Fade: Case of the stolen diamonds review
Like the Foursquare of sports, Fanatix has all the information you could possibly need from live scores and updates to stats and tables. There’s real-time group chat, Twitter integration and the ability to find out what games your friends are watching to join in on the viewing and the banter.
Price: Free | Download Fanatix iPhone app