Unseenapps - review by imstash.comI was randomly looking for new apps for my iPhone, and came across this interesting Unseen Apps. The app bundles 50 applications under one roof, and it’s almost an essential app, unless you only use your iPhone for calling, texting, or just surfing the internet. I noticed that lots of the apps included are frequently requested on forums, or sought after by ¬†iPhone geeks.

In short, an app that is a big time saver, great for productivity and organization. There’s an ongoing discount for Unseen Apps

Notable Features

No unknown calls – details of unknown calls get fetched from online directories while your iPhone is ringing, and it can automatically add picture to your contact in the address book too.

Bluetooth – using bluetooh to send and receive files to/from other devices or computers.

Photo & Videos – management your photo albums and videos with ease. You can even password protect your private albums too, so you don’t have to worry about privacy issues when you lose your iPhone. Plus you can copy the album folders to your computer via USB connection.

Music – one the Unseen Apps is able to take audio sample from each sound in your music collection, and matches it will millions on their database. You can pratically get your collection organized with a few clicks. Each song will be tag with the title, genre, album info, and lyrics automatically show up when the song is being played. Pretty cool huh?

Email Signatures – For normal users, this won’t be useful. However for savvy or business users, you’ll be glad to know that you can attach professional looking HTML signature with hyperlinks. The app allows your to receive notifications when your recipient reads your email.

Jailbreak – No good in technical stuff? You can use the app to Jailbreak AND unlock with ease. I know of friends who actually paid to have their iPhone jailbreaked, only to regret and paid again to unlock it again – and the jailbreaking cost is far more than the app cost.

The creator has done a very excellent and amusing video revolving around the character Ross. The video is 6mins, and illustrates all the features and the apps. If you hate reading like me, then click the picture to watch the video.

Unseen Apps video, review by imstash.com

Platforms Required

  • compatible¬†with the latest iPhone 4S
  • supports the new iOS 5

Support

Unseen Apps includes step-by-step video guides with their product so that you can maximize all the 50 apps. Buyers will also get updates on the apps whenever new and improved versions are released.

Hit or Miss?

With most of the iPhone apps free, I rarely find the need to buy, but there are exceptions when the app is unique and provide a specific solution to my problems. Although there are 50 apps, not every app is useful or applicable for me and I believe that will be your case too. There are about 20 apps that I liked, and for me it was an easy decision.

At $19.99 discounted (originally $34.99) for 50 apps, Unseen Apps is worth the price, considering that most of the app prices in the app store is $0.99. Buying 50 apps alone will have cost approx $50. Furthermore it’s backed by a 60 days guarantee, and the product is being managed and sold through Clickbank (founded in 1998) which has an excellent refund and cancellation policy to protect customers.

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Lincoln is a fan of Apple products, loves red wine and traveling. He blogs on internet marketing, social media, wordpress tips & guides, and using technology to maximize efficiency. Follow him on Twitter or Facebook for regular updates.
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