With so many mobile applications on the market today, it’s easy to forget that the very best ones are still in development.
That’s not to say they aren’t valuable, but they don’t really belong in your pocket.
So here’s a roundup of the top apps that are killing your apps today.
Pocket Casts: This is the app that lets you view your favorite TV shows from anywhere.
It’s not as cool as a Netflix subscription, but it’s still one of the best streaming TV apps.
The App Store: With so much competition in the app store, Pocket Casters is a clear winner.
Play Movies: The app that let you watch movies on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
It looks nice, it works well, and it’s free.
iBooks: The iBooks app is a great way to stream movies from your iPad to a PC, or vice versa.
Facebook: This app allows you to share content with your friends on Facebook.
It has some really cool features that make it great for sharing pictures, videos, and videos with friends.
Instagram: This Instagram app is great for taking selfies with your dog, but you should be aware that Instagram is not recommended for children.
The Weather: The Weather app allows for easy access to the weather.
Weather.com: This Weather app is awesome for getting weather updates for your location.
Twitter: This Twitter app has some cool features.
Weather Channel: This weather app has all the basics you need for a good day or night forecast.
Uber: This Uber app lets you get around town.
Twitter Weather: This iPhone app lets people tweet weather conditions for specific areas of the world.
Instagram Live: Instagram is a social network that lets users connect with their followers, including their friends.
It lets you send tweets and images to people in your timeline.
Apple Pay: Apple Pay is a convenient way to pay at the Apple store and use a credit card.
Apple TV: This TV app lets users stream shows from their iPhone, iPads, and iPods to Apple TVs.
It also lets you watch videos from your iPhone or iPad on Apple TVs or Mac computers.
iHeartRadio: This iHeart Radio app lets iTunes customers listen to popular music.
It is a pretty good app, but its still missing some features.
iMovie: This movie app lets movie lovers download and stream movies to their Mac, PC, and Android devices.
It doesn’t let users upload files, but this is a big plus.
iTunes: This iTunes app lets music lovers stream their music on iPods, iPads and iPhones.
It does allow people to buy music and add new songs, but the app does not have a lot of features that let users add their own content.
iSync: This program lets users share music, videos and photos with one another on their iPods and iPhones using iCloud.
Netflix: This Netflix app lets customers watch videos, stream music and videos on their iPhone or Android devices, and download content.
Vevo: This Vevon music service lets customers stream their movies on their iPhones, iPods or iPads and download new movies.
Spotify: Spotify is an incredible music streaming service that lets customers listen and download music on any device they want.
Apple News: Apple News is a free, ad-supported service that gives you access to some of the most popular news sources in the world like Forbes, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, CNN, and Yahoo News.
iTunes Radio: iTunes Radio lets users listen to music on Apple devices.
Apple Music: This Apple Music service lets users access all of their favorite artists, bands, and songs, plus download their music for free.
iQ: iQ is a new way to buy and sell things online.
It works by giving users the ability to pay with their credit card, and you can sell things on the platform with PayPal.
iRocks: iRock is a rock ‘n’ roll app that allows users to buy songs, albums, and albums.
iTunes Match: This feature lets users add artists to their own album or music library, track them, and then watch them play on iTunes Match.
iPlay: iPlay lets users play their favorite movies, music videos, TV shows, and podcasts on the Apple TV and iPad, without having to buy the content.
Vimeo: This video platform lets users watch and record their favorite videos from their Apple TV, iPad and iPhone.
Weather Underground: Weather Underground lets users create and share weather forecasts and other weather information from their iPhones and iPads.
Google Maps: Google Maps lets users see the closest stations and traffic signals