5 Cool iPhone Apps For 2013

From the iPhone’s inception in June of 2007, apps have meant a great deal to its users. It doesn’t matter whether you’re using the iPhone 1 or the just recently released iPhone 5c, stacking it up with apps is still one of the best ways to get your money’s worth out of the phone. And to think, there are an enormous amount of FREE apps.

In this list, we at CMS IT took a little time to scan all-throughout the hallowed Apple Appstore to run-down the very best iPhone apps of 2013. Let’s start…



This is a barcode-scanning app that was made with the help of dieticians. It will help you identify the right nourishments for whichever diet you are in and it also suggest food items that are great fit for you and your health.

The app will also make you undergo “missions” and you will earn rewards if those are completed. These rewards can be used to redeem items from Amazon.com.




This is probably one of the coolest and cleverest app at the moment. It is an alarm clock with a twist… the alarm will only stop if you successfully answer a 3-part math problem. And it’s not your normal 1+1, 2+2 question. It’s in the likes of 84×21, 380+279+491, etc. It will definitely wake you up and keep you going.





How often do you find yourself asking people where the nearest gas station, ATM, or coffee place is? The app helps you locate with what exactly is around you. As you can see in the image illustrated to the left, it can list business establishments within your radius.





This is an app that can make you remotely control your PC or Mac. After installing LogMeIn on both your computer and phone, you’re good to go. You can now control your files and run applications as if you were right in front of your computer.




This has been named “Best Finance App of 2013” and “Best New Finance App of 2013”. And rightfully so, the Billguard app helps you prioritize your bills in your debit and credit cards. You can easily keep track of all of your balances and transactions. It also support Passbooks and over 5,000 credit and bank accounts.

These 5 apps will no doubt help you in your everyday life, from waking up, to running errands, doing chores… just about everything. But in finding apps—especially if it’s paid—always remember to be extra cautious, don’t be in a rush in getting utility apps. Research about it thoroughly, read as many reviews as you can, and think about how you really need the app. You should never money on things you don’t need.