The summer isn’t the most active period for phone makers, but when it comes to apps they just keep on coming, so if you open your app catalog you’d never be bored. But you could easily get lost or waste a lot of time on sub-par applications. That’s why we cherry picked the best applications we saw in July - check them out and let us know how you like them!
Best new iPhone, iPad and Android apps for July 2012
1. London 2012 Results - Android, iOS - Free
If there was one event to touch the whole world and have it watching it’s the 2012 Summer London Olympics. The London 2012 Results is the official app for all things Olympian. You get the latest results with a full list of athletes, a list of medals by countries, and the schedule for all events.
Download London 2012 Results on iOS
Download London 2012 Results on Android
2. History HERE - iOS - Free
The History Channel launched its official History HERE application and it allows you to explore historical areas and buildings in your areas and get a deeper understanding of the place where you live. And if you happen to be in London for the Olympics, you can try and use it there to explore the ancient city.
Download History HERE on iOS
3. Google+ for iPad - Free
Download Google+ for iPad
4. Echograph - iOS - $2.99
Echograph is an extremely well done app for creating GIFs. “Created by artists for artists,” this app makes crossing the line between photography and video easier.
Download Echograph on iOS
5. AutoRap - Android - Free
If you ever wished you could rap, AutoRap will make that wish a reality. If not, you’d wish after you hear the fun and awesome way it turns your speech into pure rap tunes.
Download AutoRap on Android
6. Solar - iOS - $0.99
You don’t expect a summer month to go without a weather app, do you? Here is Solar, the prettiest one we’ve ever seen, honestly. Plus, it costs only $0.99.
Download Solar on iOS
7. Brewster - iOS - Free
Brewster is a gorgeous visual address book application. It brings all your contacts from various social networks in a single place. You can search using all kinds of criteria - from names to interests. Check it out - you might like it and it’s free.
Download Brewster on iOS
8. Guest’d - iOS - $9.99
Guest’d might cost a whopping $10, but it brings a pretty interesting concept to life. It’s a guestbook we imagine would be best used on an iPad that you can put in a visible and prominent place in your bar/hotel/cafe. It’s a neat and interesting way to also get some emails of your customers and send them a newsletter, but what we like most about Guest’d is its simplicity.
Download Guest’d on iOS
9. Weird Science - Android - Free
We really dig the idea of science being fun rather than being presented as this boring set of subjects at school. Weird Science does exactly that - brings the fun side of science with videos allowing you to practically do fun things using science.
Download Weird Science on Android
10. Nextgen Reader - Windows Phone - $1.99
Nextgen Reader is a Metro-ified reader app and honestly, if you’re into news reading, and want an app that doesn’t look weird on your brand new Windows Phone, this should be an obvious choice. It costs two bucks.
Download Nextgen Reader on Windows Phone