There are a ton of iPhone apps and games available on the App Store, many of which might have already checked out, but what about the newer selection? Here are the best new iPhone apps and games that you should try out.
The past month was a decent month for new iPhone apps and games, especially with the release of iOS 9, which brought about a ton of app updates for support for the iPhone 6s’s 3D Touch display. However, those weren’t from “new” apps so to speak, but there were still a few good additions to the iTunes App Store that we saw.
It can be pretty difficult to sift through the App Store in order to find the good stuff, especially with new apps that just recently released. And while Apple has a section in the App Store that feature new apps, they’re usually older apps that have just been updated and aren’t actually new by any means.
This is why we thought it would be a great idea to round up a small handful of apps and game that iPhone users might want to try out just in case things are getting a bit stale with your current selection of choices on your device. These new apps and games might just spice things up a bit.
Without further ado, here are some of the best new iPhone apps and games over the last month.
Paper by FiftyThree
The popular drawing app for the iPad has now made its way to the iPhone. Paper is a special drawing app from FiftyThree that provides a unique interface for doodling.
The app can work with any stylus (and of course, your finger), but it's specialized to work with FiftyThree's Pencil stylus.
On top of an iPhone version of the app, Paper now allows you capture images, notes, and sketches with just a tap of a button, making it more like an Evernote/Penultimate blend as far as functionality goes, and moving it more into note-taking territory.
The app still remains completely free to use.