Top iPhone apps: ‘Fotoplace,’ ‘vente-privee,’ ‘Kiwi Q&A’

Thursday, March 19th, 2015. Filed under: Apps Beauty & Style Games Home & Garden Online Science & Technology
The Fotoplace app for iPhone aims to bring cinematic memories into photo filtering. ©Chen Kai

The Fotoplace app for iPhone aims to bring cinematic memories into photo filtering.
©Chen Kai

(Relaxnews) – A fashion sales app and photo editing suite with cinematic leanings are among new apps hitting top spot on national charts.

More details on these and other top free iPhone applications by country for the week, by number of downloads and recorded on March 19, 2015, can be found below.

Facebook Messenger (Social Networking)
Offers multimedia messaging, texts, calls, and group chat, integrating with Facebook friends lists as well as a phone or SIM card’s list of contact numbers.

WhatsApp Messenger (Social Networking)
Multimedia messaging via wifi or carrier data connection, instant integration with existing phone contacts lists, group chats, and recently updated with support for variable font sizes and fast access to recent camera roll photos.

Facebook Messenger (Social Networking)

Fotoplace (Photo and Video)
Photo-editing tool that moves users closer to film stills than other filter apps might do, with various aspect ratios and subtitling options. As of its March 17 update, “users now have chance to get movie tickets or postcards via shooting movie-like photos.”

94% (Games)
A follow-on from 94 Seconds and 94 Degrees that challenges players to find 94% of answers to a given question. The most popular in-app purchase is for a $0.99 stash of virtual currency.

vente-privee – flash sales (Lifestyle)
The French retail tradition of invitation-only private sales transitions to digital, though this app offers discounts on fashionable goods on a rolling basis rather than at particular times of year. Its March update optimizes the app for the iPhone 6 line, with a website available for those on less than iOS 7.

South Korea
레이븐 with NAVER [en. Raven with NAVER] (Games)
Hack & slash role-playing game featuring a choice of several characters and a commitment to graphical fidelity on mobile devices. Onscreen controls allow swift access to special moves; a $4.99 pack of virtual currency is the top in-app purchase.

Facebook Messenger (Social Networking)

Kiwi – Q&A (Social Networking)
Pose questions to a friend or a group of friends, post them anonymously or as yourself, create Q&A feeds composed of both friends and other users.

WhatsApp Messenger (Social Networking)


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