Top 9 New Apps Worth Paying For

Here’s the shot reviews of top 9 paid apps for iphone/ipad and Android.

Outlook Web Mobile

Min requirements: Android 2.2+ File size: 66KB Price: £3.17

This app is better looking and much easier to use than the browser-based Outlook webmail service. You can read and manage your emails, view your calendar and add contacts.

SecureTeen

Min requirements: Android 2.2+, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, iOS 6.0+,

File size: 6.8MB for Android, 19MB for iOS

Price: $39.99 (Up to 3 devices can be registered on a single license)

If you’re among the parents who view Android and iPhone parental controls as an absolute essential to easily and effectively manage their kids’ digital privileges, then you can’t go wrong with this app. Hosting a variety of powerful features that range from device management, internet filtering and SMS/MMS logging to social media monitoring and location tracking, this app lets you ensure that your kids behave responsibly and remain safe online.

London2012-Official Game

Min requirements: Android 2.2+, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iOS 4.3+, Windows Phone 7.5+ File size: 73MB   Price: £1,99

This official game for the London 2012 Olympics lets you train for and take part in virtual events, such as the triple jump and archery.

Fitness Buddy: 1700 exercises

Min requirements: Android 2.2+. iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iOS 4,0+  File size: 3.8MB

Price: 64p(69p on iOS)

This app is currently half-price, so grab it while you can. It offers more than l700 exercise videos to help you lose weight and tone specific areas, as well as 75 workouts and a progress tracker.

Eating Italian

Min requirements: Android 2.2+, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iOS 3.1+, Windows Phone 7.5+

File size: 9.1MB Price: £1.99

All the recipes on this app have been created by TV chef Gino D’Acampo. They include 40 Italian classics such as lasagna and tiramisu, plus instructions on how to make pasta.

Netgear Genie

Min requirements: Android 2.2+, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iOS 4.0+ File size: 20MB

If you own a Netgear router, this app makes all its options available on your phone, so you don’t need to type your IP address into your browser and navigate confusing settings. You can configure wireless channels and passwords, and see all the devices connected to your network. You can also set up live parental controls, monitor usage and manage guest access.

Podcasts

Min requirements: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iOS 5.1+ File size: 8.8MB

There are thousands of free audio and video podcasts Apple’s Podcasts Catalog, and thisapp makes it easier to find, subscribe to and play them on your iPhone and iPad, Top Stations lists the most popular podcasts, organized by subject, based on your preferences. Podcasts can be streamed, or downloaded if you want to listen to them offline.

Facewatch ID

Min requirements: Android 2.1+, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iOS 5.0+, BlackBerry 6.0+ File size: 216KB

Facewatch ID lets you help the police identify people connected to ongoing criminal investigations. Search by location and if you recognize the person in a picture, send their name, address and any other information directly to the police. The app only has images that have been officially released by the police and is London-based at the moment. A full UK roll-out is expected later this year.

TipC

Min requirements: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iOS 4.3+ File size: 4.2MB

Avoid paying estate-agent fees by listing your property using TipC. You can use the app whether you’re selling or renting, as well as to find properties. You can search by type of property or location, and browse the app’s worldwide listings. There’s also a built-in instant messaging tool, so you can contact buyers or sellers directly, straight from the listing pages.