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The Most Beautiful iPhone & iPad Apps of 2013

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The Most Beautiful iPhone & iPad Apps of 2013

2013 has been another fantastic year for apps with the app business booming more than ever. The Apple AppStore now has over 1 million apps available for download with nearly half a million of them also being optimised for iPads, making full use of that screen estate.

The only problem with having 1 million apps in an app store is that most of them are rubbish. So we want to highlight some of the best, the most beautiful apps to be precise.

Note: All apps listed are our personal favourites and ones which we think are beautiful. These apps may have been released in earlier years but they're still beautiful to this day. Of course not everyone will agree and there is no way for us to cover every beautiful app out there, so if you recommend some of your own, make sure to put them in the comments below.

iPhone Apps

  • Taasky - A fantastic looking task manager with very useful gesture functionality.
  • Gmail- Google want everyone to use their email service so of course they're going to try their best at creating the best email app they can.
  • Tweetbot - A fantastic and much more powerful alternative to Twitter's app.
  • Spendee- Our go to app when wanting to record how much money we're spending and bringing in.
  • VSCO Cam - Probably the best all around photography app for the iPhone.
  • Google Now - One of the best features of the Android platform. Only makes sense to bring such a useful app over to iOS too.
  • Chrome - The best alternative web browser to Safari.
  • Dropbox - The service has become the go to place for hosting your own files in the cloud.
  • Google+ - Google really have done the most amazing job for their social network.
  • Tumblr - Another fine example of a social network doing an app right.
  • Spotify - Now with a free option, Spotify is the perfect radio app for the car.
  • Google Maps - Don't put yourself in danger with Apple maps, Google Maps is much safer.

iPad Apps

  • Paper - The must have app for an iPad user who loves to draw.
  • Flow - If you're looking for an Instagram client for your iPad, this may just be the best one yet.
  • Gmail- Google want everyone to use their email service so of course they're going to try their best at creating the best email app they can.
  • Google Now - One of the best features of the Android platform. Only makes sense to bring such a useful app over to iOS too.
  • Flipboard - Our go to news/RSS reader for iOS. It's great being able to flip pages like a magazine.
  • Traktor DJ - Easily the best DJ app available for the iPad. It's an absolute joy to use, both for amateurs and pros.
  • Alien Blue- If you love Reddit, you'll love this app.
  • Chrome - The best alternative web browser to Safari.
  • Dropbox - The service has become the go to place for hosting your own files in the cloud.
  • Tumblr - Another fine example of a social network doing an app right.
  • WordPress -  If you like to blog on the go, the WordPress app is fantastic.