A breakdown of my iPhone 5 homescreen apps

Since getting my iPhone 5 a couple days ago, I have spent a little time to reorganise my apps.

Here is a breakdown of some of the apps sitting on my homescreen.

iTunes Connect - Free

This app is mainly to keep track of any sales through my app store account. It seems to be the only app so far Apple hasn't updated for iPhone 5.

Analytiks - £1.49

A great app that creates a simple infographic based on the stats your google analytics account.

Clear - £1.99

My favourite 'todo' list for iOS. The style is very elegant and minimal, while its quick & easy to use.

Feedly - Free

Links into my Google Reader account and great for consuming RSS content.

Tweetbot - £1.99

This one was recommended by my good friend Tim from The Next Infinity. In my opinion, this is the definitive twitter app for iOS. Very feature rich while maintaining great simplicity with an industrial inspired design.

Alien Blue - Free

The best app to browse reddit with. Not the best app to use when you want to be productive!

Jasmine - Free

Created by the same developer as Alien Blue and named after his daughter. It is an alternative YouTube app with a flawless interface. It is in another league when compared to the standard YouTube app. 

Joke Shake - Free

Couldn't resist putting my own app on my homescreen. Although the main reason it is there is to test my developer builds. As always, Shake your phone, receive a joke!

A few others (minus the stock apps) I have on there is SquareSpace for updating this blog, Google Chrome in lieu of Safari, Instagram to oversaturate my photos & AVPlayer HD that seems to have disappeared from the App Store in the past few weeks, but it was a great video player.