Best iPhone apps to download in August
Think of it as the smartphone equivalent to the one you keep satnav stored in, GloveBox stores details about your MOT, breakdown cover policy number and when your tax disc is running out, saving you a root around the unknown to locate all the key details about your motor.
Price: £0.69 | GloveBox review
Are you useless and remembering anniversaries, birthdays and any other event that requires dipping into your pocket for a gift? This reminder app imports contacts from your phone and Facebook as well the kind of things that they like. It will also remind you when the big date is approaching so you really have no excuse to forget about it again.
Price: £1.99 | Giftplan review
Whether you are planning to make the most of the capital during the Olympics or grabbing the first plane out of Heathrow, create your own personal travel guide for over 116 cities around the world. Using content from the likes of TripAdvisor and Timeout to help you find the best locations, you can also store guides and maps offline to dodge those big data roaming charges.
Price: Free | Download Stay.com iPhone app
Landing just weeks after the social media news site was sold for just $500,000, Digg has redesigned its iPhone app which offers a new mobile-friendly display, the ability to share content via Facebook, Twitter and Email, support Instapaper and enables users to save stories offline. The new Paperboy function which uses geo-location will save the latest stories for offline reading when you leave home.
Price: Free | Download Digg iPhone app
JUSTICE LEAGUE: Earth’s Final Defense
DC Comic lovers are treated to this third person action game that is all about beating up the bad guys and levelling up to add more special abilities on the way. With 20 episodes and four chapters to play through, pick from Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and Flash and start cleaning up the scum in the city..
Price: £1.99 | Download JUSTICE LEAGUE: Earth’s Final Defense iPhone app