Top games, apps and services make the cut in WIRED's pick of the best free and paid-for iPhone and iPad apps. Apps are the cornerstone of Apple's iOS platform. The ecosystem is what sets Apple's mobile platform apart from its rivals, and the. Our comprehensive list of the best iPhone apps available, from time-saving productivity tools to fun apps you won't be able to put down. Grabble Scroll through endless fashion designs from major high-street names, including Selfridges and Zara, and swipe right on your favourite items to see a personalised feed. There are no modes, and editing is something you do elsewhere. With the launch of iOS 11 , we've dug through the App Store for 40 free apps that deserve a place on your iPhone. But for taking your first steps towards becoming the next Aardman, Stop Motion Studio Pro fits the bill. Effects which can be assigned per-podcast provide the smartest playback speed-up we've heard, voice boost for improving the clarity of talky shows, and smart speed. We suspect any day now, Evernote will unveil its ZX Spectrum app. As well as managing marketing budgets and deciding the headline, this game examines your ability to fight for a free press under pressure from a propaganda-pushing government. The app, from Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann, features "magic words" that help you GIFs and images and share the music you're listening to. Another long standing app that just got a major makeover is LinkedIn. This camera app uses live filtering to replicate the visuals you might once have seen on a classic games system — or other old-school kit like oscilloscopes. It snaps retro pixelated black and white photos, with dithering right out of Mac co-creator Bill Atkinson's playbook.