We’ve put together a list of our favourite apps for iPhone and iPad that you may’ve missed this week.We have an app that notifies you when your flight is delayed, an app to help you find food trucks, Apple’s new music-making app, plus a lot more.
Hailo helps Londoners (and other cities coming soon) find a cab.
Pinpoint your location, check cabs near you, and press the 'Pick Me Up Here' button. It's like Uber or GroundLink, but it won't cost you more than a normal cab. Plus, you can pay straight through the app.
This is the future of taxi cab transportation.
Once you sign up with AirAdvocate, forward your flight confirmations to [email protected] and the app takes care of the rest.
Check flight statuses, check in, view alternate flights if you're on standby, and even get push alerts for flight delays and other notifications.
GarageBand, Apple's music-making and piano-playing app, is finally on iPhone and iPod Touch.
The iPad version has been out since the iPad 2 launched, and has been a cool way to record music, play various digital instruments, and export songs.
Tweat.it is a cool new app that tells you where every food truck in New York City is parked.
The app also keeps track of tweets from each truck, so you can use any secret passwords for discounts, and see what's on sale today.
Halftone makes your images look like comic strips by letting you add filters, word bubbles, effects, and more.
The app lets you export your final products to Instagram, Camera+, and other photo apps as well. One nifty feature is that the app includes face detection to make it easier to place word bubbles.
TouchBase is a very intelligent new calendar app that has every feature you could imagine wanting in a calendar app.
Notify people when you're early, notify them when you're late, map out locations, manage CalDAV accounts, and a whole lot more. Plus, it looks slick.
Oink is a clever new kind of local recommendations app, because instead of letting you rank restaurants and bars, Oink lets you rank the food and drinks inside them.
In this way, it's easy to find the best pizza or chai tea in town.