10 iPhone apps to have on a deserted island
Gotta stimulate those brain cells, and an eBook reading application such as Kindle will surely get the job done. It offers one of the broadest selection of digital books, with hundreds of thousands of them priced below $10.
2. Day One
Since you will be stranded on this island for a while, you might as well keep your own diary as days go by. That is exactly what Day One is made for, Who knows, perhaps once you get rescued, your memoirs will be edited into a best-selling novel.
Because you will need to entertain yourself as well, right? Spotify is the app we prefer getting as it is choke full of music that can be streamed straight to your iPhone at 320kbps.
Staying social at least online would be a way to beat loneliness, which is why a Facebook client is a must. However, we seem to prefer Ace for facebook over the official Facebook app, so you might want to give it a try as well.
Price: $0.99 (free version available)
5. Hulu Plus
When morale is down, a Family Guy episode will probably cheer you up. Hulu Plus offers that, along with a ton of other TV shows that can be streamed on demand in high resolution.
6. AP Mobile
AP Mobile is a great source of news from all over the world. Or from your local area, should you prefer, but we doubt that much will be reported from the island you are stranded on.
But if memes and viral videos interest you more than real news, then BuzzFeed is the app to get. Don't let a single LOL pass you by!
Eventually, you will get bored, and a game of Radiant Defense will likely be more fun than tossing coconuts around. As always, the app is free with optional weapon packs available for purchase.
Let's be realistic for a second. You are all by yourself on an island full of wildlife you know nothing about. Besides, it would have been nice if you knew how to start a fire to cook some food and dance around at night.
Since the nearest clinic is thousands of miles away, it would be very useful to have an application that can diagnose illneses and provide treatments for a number of conditions. That is what WebMD is made for, and downloading it won't cost you a dime.