Top 10 Best Apps for 2013

Though your smartphone has cutting-edge specs and a sleek design, you need to install the right apps. Whether you’re using the latest Android phone, an iPad, iPhone, Windows Phone or BlackBerry device, there are thousand of apps  available for your smartphone or tablet. Here we list the top 10 apps for your smartphone. Have a look.

Best Cloud and Sync App: Dropbox



Dropbox app can automatically sync files between your computer, phone and tablet. While saving a document or photo to the Dropbox folder on a mobile device, it immediately downloads to the Dropbox directory on your PC. The Dropbox app is available for Android, BlackBerry and iOS platforms.

Best Fitness App: Lose It!

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With Lose It! Fitness app, you can know just how many calories you’ve been consuming, and then track your exercise to see how much calories you’ve burnt . This app also lets you know how many calories your friends have burned so you can try to beat them. Lose It is a free app available for both iOS and Android devices.

Best TV/Video App: Netflix


Netflix is the Internet’s most popular streaming service available for $7.99 a month. At this amount you will get unlimited access to a library filled with thousands of popular TV shows and movies. The app allows you to stream directly to your mobile device while maintaining your place in any videos you began watching on your TV or PC.

Best Note-Taking App: Evernote


Evernote is the best note taking app that lets you jot down your notes for work or school, and edit them on any device. You can do a lot more than just taking notes with this mobile app. It takes dictation and lets you photograph documents or record sound directly into your notes.

Best Photo App: Snapseed


Snapseed photo app does a lot more than just basic sizing, rotating and cropping of images. It has seven different filters including black and white, vintage and grunge that can make your brand-new photo look like you took it on an old-school camera. Snapseed is a free app forAndroid and iOS platforms.

Best Messaging App: Facebook Messenger


Facebook Messenger provides a dedicated instant-messaging client that alerts you whenever a friend has something to say. This messaging app allows you to make free voice calls. It is a free app and compatible with Android, iOS and BlackBerry platforms.

Best News App: Pulse


There are thousand of news sites are available on the web. But Pulse news app is different. This free app organizes your favorite topics into an interesting grid-style interface, which makes it easy to keep up with the headlines of all your favorite sites and topic areas.

Best Game: Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour



The Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is a first-person shooter game that comes with gorgeous graphics and dramatic storyline. It involves a tense military mission where you’re a soldier trying to stop a dangerous terrorist plot.

Best Music App: Spotify


The Spotify music service has an extensive library of songs to choose from. It also allows you to download your custom playlists for offline listening. This app costs $9.99 per month, but the ad-supported radio channel is available for free.

Best Productivity App: Quickoffice Pro


Quickoffice Pro helps you to create or edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents, as well as PDF files. This app even lets you edit formulas in your spreadsheets, make presentations from your phone or save directly to Dropbox, Evernote or Google Drive.

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