iOSinspires.me was created aiming to be the new best friend of every designer who’s putting efforts in creating new and inspiring iOS applications for iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. With the progress of mobile platforms, we entered a new era where basic functionality and originality of an application itself isn’t enough to attract a big following. Therefore, developers must have a very unique and attractive design. If you’re dealing with iOS and trying to make your way among numerous App Store competitors, iOSinspires.me is a great starting point for you.
Here you can find large number of app icons and app interfaces that can inspire you to create your own for your iOS project. iOSinspires.me hosts as well a gallery of app websites, so if you have your own app with a dedicated website, you can submit it as well, and the staff behind iOSinspires.me will do their best to promote your site.
Here are some of their top picks:
Awaken is the popular Mac OS X alarm clock and sleep timer that’s now available for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
Kiloo and Manomio bring back the best selling personal computer of all time: the one and only officially licensed Commodore 64 for your iPhone and iPod Touch! This version provides an authentic reproduction 8 original games.
Ever wish you could change your voice to something more fun? Well, now you can with Voices!
Awesome Note is an innovative note taking application and to-do manager that allow you to combine notes with to-do flexibility.
Project Noah is an award-winning mobile application that helps nature lovers discover local wildlife and aspiring citizen scientists contribute to current research projects.
Billings Touch takes the Apple Design Award winning time tracking and invoicing experience from the Mac and puts it in your pocket.
Lighty is the most easy to use LED flashlight app. Lighty does one thing: ON and OFF (automatically set to ON when launched).
Superstash is an enhanced web browser allows you to quickly take screenshots of any image or page on the web, annotate it, instantly share with friends and colleagues, or file it for future reference.
If you need help with a certain task in progress of designing your iOS app, the Resources page should be your next destination. There you’ll find various resources like icons, tutorials, wallpapers, GUI elements etc.
This PSD is formatted for Apple’s retina display at 326 dpi and includes the majority of elements in iOS 4.3.
Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame will guide you through the most popular icons, interfaces and websites. Here are some apps that are currently at our Hall of Fame.
Top 3 Icons
Top 3 Interfaces
Top 3 Websites
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