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Cool iPhone apps that do amazing things your Android can’t

Top 19 iPhone Apps Android June 2015

The iPhone vs Android debate will likely never be settled. Fans of each platform will stubbornly defend their choice and will be unwilling to accept that sometimes the grass might be greener on the other side. Sometimes, amazing Android apps will be able to do things the iPhone can’t. Other times, it’s iPhone users who get to gloat by having access to some awesome apps that aren’t available on the other side.

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Business Insider has listed no less than 19 iOS apps that are exclusive to iOS and that can do things Android phones can’t.

The list of apps includes handy utilities that can improve your day-to-day life, but also games that can get your mind off your daily chores.

Among the interesting apps listed by Business Insider we’ve highlighted five of them.

Manual (get it at this link) is a photography app that gives you full control over various settings, including shutter, ISO, focus, and others.

Instagram’s Hyperlapse (get it at this link) lets you quickly transform video into cool time-lapse videos – read more about Hyperlapse at this link.

Alto’s Adventure (get it at this link) is beautiful endless runner that you’ll no doubt enjoy – you’re playing a snowboarder who’s doing all sorts of special tricks while you’re descending a mountain that never ends.

Timeful (get it at this link) is an intelligent calendar / to-do list that’s able to learn how you get stuff done and suggest ways of improving it – read more about Timeful right here.

Alien Blue (get it at this link) is the Reddit application for iPhone to get, and a beautiful one we might add.

The other 14 apps capable of turning the iPhone into a better tool than an Android smartphone are available at the source link. We’ll also note that the list includes both free and premium apps, but if you’re looking only for free iOS apps, make sure you check our daily free apps selections.

Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he closely follows the events in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises. Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.