On this beautiful iPhone 4S and iOS 5.0-filled Saturday, we’ve collected the best apps you missed this week.We have a great new chat app for iPad, an excellent GPS navigation app for only a buck, Apple’s new movie trailers app, plus much more.
Verbs was already one of our favourite chat clients for iPhone, and now it's on iPad.
While Verbs doesn't boast a ton of features, it does a great job hooking up to Google Talk, AIM, and Facebook Chat, and presents it all in a beautiful simplified manner.
Verbs doesn't include Push Notifications by default, but if you get the $4.99 in-app purchase, you can stay online for up to 10 days at a time and get pushed messages. This is still cheaper than BeeJiveIM.
Teleportd is a location-based image browser that lets you pick a place anywhere in the world (including where you are), and check out every location-tagged picture that has been taken there.
These pictures are from Instagram, Foursquare, Twitter, and PicPlz, so you're sure to find some good representations of the place you're checking out.
iTunes Movie Trailers is our favourite way to watch HD movie trailers on the web, and now the entire experience is on iPad and iPhone.
But Apple didn't stop there. This app can get you movie showtimes too.
Lemon is a sleek new way to intelligently keep track of receipts and expenses.
The app syncs with Lemon's website, and even can create charts for you showing where you're spending the most money.
Ever tried to play air guitar? We all have.
Ghost Guitar puts a virtual guitar in your hands, and plays notes accordingly. It's chord-based, so you won't be picking out 'Sweet Child Of Mine,' but it's pretty fun.
Find My Friends can be a bit creepy, but once you realise that you can enable 'temporary' friends, tracking people doesn't seem so strange.
In fact, it's brilliant. Apple built this app to help you find your close friends and family members, and we've tried it. It works.
Unlike other GPS navigation apps, Skobbler doesn't hit you with a hefty subscription fee.
It's one dollar, for life, for great turn by turn directions and location-based food recommendations.
AirPort Utility is proof that Apple really is trying to 'cut the cord' and let you use your iPhone or iPad to do just about anything.
This app makes it so you no longer need a computer to configure an Apple AirPort router, and even lets you check in on which devices are connected to your network.
Apple's fancy new Cards app lets you put together and customise elegant greeting cards for friends and family members.
For $2.99, Apple will print and ship a card for you to anywhere in the world. You can add pictures, lettering, and change themes from within the app.
VoiceThread is one of the coolest ways to create a community discussion surrounding a picture, video, or audio file. The company just built an app for iPhone and iPad.
Whether you're using the app (and web-based service that's been around for a while) for fun or for scholastic application, VoiceThread is a winner.