30 iPhone Apps with Sexy Interfaces

The iPhone is a wonderfully designed device, sporting sleek curves and oozing minimalism. Fortunately, the great design doesn’t need to stop there. Ever since the App Store went live, we’ve seen some incredibly attractive software released for the platform.

Whether you’re looking for a robotic unit converter, a realistic app for reading novels, or a intuitive Twitter client – this roundup has something for you. Each application puts design first, offering a fantastic user experience.

You can find a huge collection of other useful free iPhone apps over at iPhone.AppStorm, along with another big collection of 30 Gorgeous iPhone App Interfaces & Icons.

Weightbot ($1.99)

Whether you are trying to lose (or gain) a few pounds, tracking your weight has never been more fun. Set your goal weight, record your weight at any interval (one weight per day max), view your BMI, and see your progress on a beautiful graph.

View Website | View in App Store

Weightbot

Weightbot

Convertbot ($0.99)

Convertbot is a unit conversion robot. Convert currency, length, mass, time and much more in an exciting new way.

View Website | View in App Store

Convertbot

Convertbot

Ego ($1.99)

Ego gives you one central—and lovely—location to check web statistics that matter to you. With support for Feedburner, Google Analytics, Mint, Squarespace and Twitter.

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Ego

Ego

LittleSnapper ($2.99)

Take a photo, snap a webpage, or choose an existing image from your photo album and share it online via QuickSnapper. Add tags, titles, descriptions, and ratings to your snaps before sharing them.

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LittleSnapper

LittleSnapper

iStat ($1.99)

Remotely monitor CPU, memory, disks, temperatures, fans, uptime and load averages… from your iPhone. You can also see your iPhone’s stats for memory, disk space, WiFi and Cell IP addresses, uptime & load averages, plus view and email your iPhone’s Unique ID and MAC address.

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iStat

iStat

Beats ($1.99)

Working out the BPM (beats per minute) of a song couldn’t be simpler—just tap along with the song. Unlike some other counters, Beats uses intelligent averaging that hones in on the correct BPM the more you tap.

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Beats

Beats

Cities ($0.99)

If it’s 9 PM, Friday 20 June in Melbourne, Australia, what time and day is it in Trieste, Italy? Cities lets you travel the world to see what time it was, is or will be for any city on any date or time, from the perspective of any timezone (including the one you’re currently in).

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Cities

Cities

Phases ($0.99)

Phases is a beautifully crafted little app that shows you all kinds of useful information about the moon (and a little bit about the sun).

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Phases

Phases

Groups ($2.99)

Groups takes contacts group management to a totally different level. With a highly innovative user interface, you get to manage your contacts the iPhone way; drag them, drop them or trash them.

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Groups

Groups

Tea Round (Free)

Tea Round rapidly settles thirst-based argument by deciding who makes the tea. Whether in the office, or at home.

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Tea Round

Tea Round

Cha-Ching ($2.99)

Cha-Ching Touch for iPhone and iPod Touch delivers Cha-Ching’s renowned ease of use and simple, clear interface right to the palm of your hand. With easy to use features like location based transaction entry and beautiful, easy to read budgets, you will never be without your finances again.

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Cha-Ching

Cha-Ching

Twitteriffic (Free)

Twitterrific is a fun application that lets you both read and publish posts or “tweets” to the Twitter community website. The application’s user interface is clean, concise and looks fantastic on the iPhone.

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Twitteriffic

Twitteriffic

Tweetie ($2.99)

Tweetie is a fast, full-featured Twitter client. It offers everything you’d expect – from your timeline to trends – all with an incredibly well polished user interface and a great experience.

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Tweetie

Tweetie

Tags ($2.99)

Tags lets you browse delicious.com bookmarks in style. Explore your bookmarks with the animated tag cloud or discover new websites in your network, inbox or popular bookmarks.

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Tags

Tags

Where To? ($2.99)

One of the best features of the iPhone is that it’s able to determine your current location, but missing is something that’s become a staple of most GPS systems: a quick way to find points of interest around you. Where To provides that in a slick, intuitive user experience.

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Where To?

Where To?

Classics ($0.99)

Escape into some of the greatest stories ever written. Classics features some of literature’s finest masterpieces, and looks and feels like a real book!

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Classics

Classics

Tipulator ($0.99)

Take the guesswork out of restaurant tipping. Enter the bill amount, select a percentage, and Tipulator will calculate the tip. And it’ll split the check among friends.

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Tipulator

Tipulator

Groceries ($0.99)

Say goodbye to boring grocery planning and chaotic shopping lists. Simply select items from hundreds of ready-made groceries, find specific brands from thousands of products or add new items in an instant. Optionally organize your items by aisle and let Groceries navigate you through the supermarket.

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Groceries

Groceries

Satisfaction Remote ($1.99)

Get Satisfaction (getsatisfaction.com) is a People-Powered Customer Service community that helps people to get the most from the products they use, and where companies are encouraged to get real with their customers.

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Satisfaction

Satisfaction

Measures ($0.99)

Yet another unit converter utility… But the one which is really easy to use. Besides different conversion types, it gives you daily updated currency exchange rates. Assign the most frequently used conversions to the favorite buttons.

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Measures

Measures

Guitar Toolkit ($9.99)

Essential guitar utilities, including an amazing flexible tuner and a library of over 1500 chord variations, all on your phone.

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Guitar Toolkit

Guitar Toolkit

Inquisitor (Free)

Inquisitor Mobile Search speeds up your search like no other mobile search application. It has an award winning design, and invaluable for research on-the-go.

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Inquisitor

Inquisitor

Night Stand ($0.99)

Night Stand displays a beautiful, vintage LCD clock on your iPhone or iPod touch. You don’t have to buy a night stand clock for your bedroom anymore: you get a gorgeous alarm clock and right under your fingertips.

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Night Stand

Night Stand

Things ($9.99)

Things is a beautifully focused and amazingly intuitive task manager. Other task managers either oversimplify or are too difficult to use. Either way you are not getting stuff done. You can even sync wirelessly with the desktop version of Things using Wi-Fi.

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Things

Things

Outpost ($12.99)

Outpost allows people to manage their projects with Basecamp®, an online project management app from 37signals. Basecamp is widely acclaimed for its simplicity and effectiveness in organizing teams.

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Outpost

Outpost

Birdhouse ($3.99)

Ever think of something for your Twitter that you don’t want to post right away? Birdhouse is the perfect place to put it. Birdhouse won’t replace your favorite iPhone Twitter client, it’ll add to it. Put Birdhouse right next to your Twitter client and use them together.

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Birdhouse

Birdhouse

Cocktails ($2.99)

Cocktails lovingly presents over 2,000 contemporary and classic mixed drink recipes drawn from modern and classic sources. Categorized in all manner of useful ways.

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Cocktails

Cocktails

Facebook (Free)

The app makes it easier to connect to people on-the-go, chat to your friends, and check out all the latest photos.

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Facebook

Facebook

Wimbledon (Free)

A classic Wimbledon interface for checking up on tennis scores, viewing live video, and checking up on the progress of the competition.

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Wimbledon

Wimbledon

Bento ($5.99)

Bento for iPhone and iPod touch is the portable version of the wildly popular personal database from FileMaker – that’s easy to use as your iPhone! It’s never been easier to organize all the details of your busy life – in one iPhone application that works seamlessly with Bento 2.

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Bento

Bento

Conclusion

I hope that you’ve found a few apps that not only look good, but help you out in one way or another. I’m a huge fan of wonderful design on the iPhone, and would love to hear about the great looking applications you use!


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  • I wouldn’t describe the interface of Measures as sexy or beautiful.
    Measures, Guitar Toolkit and Wimbledon should not be in this roundup!
    But I agree with most of the other apps.

    • who gives a shit what you think ?

      • It seems like you have a problem wiht my opinion?!

      • And about yours, you piece of shite?

    • your momma.

    • What other converting apps have you found that you liked better? There are WAY too many to choose from! I like that Measures has a clothing size comparison which is cool, but I’ve heard it doesn’t calculate ingredient measures (for cooking)? Any suggestions?

  • Wow, so many apps, and their so sexy. I love the weight bot one, the convert bot is so sexy to, but i don’t think the facebook app is that sexy, could of been replaced by something….

  • Great article … makes me want an iPhone even more … only two months to wait!

  • Cool list of apps, huh? Thanks, they really like sexy! ;)

  • Brilliant collection of apps, I didn’t now about Ego, looks really nice. I’m working on an App at the moment so this post will sure help to get that sexy UI working.

  • Great article, I was thinking of writing a similar one for MacStories!

    Twitterric, Convertbot and Ego are the sexiest, imho.

  • If I may, I think it qualifies for the sexy interface app: http://codeaplus.com/runmate/
    There’s example screenshot on that page, with quite a few screenshots on the separate page. This one is best example why I think it’s sexy: http://codeaplus.com/runmate/screenshots/run2.png

  • Tea Round is awesome. Love it when a good idea has a good interface.

    These guys make some sexeh app designs.

    http://saltlicklabs.com/little-black-book/

    http://saltlicklabs.com/pocket-massage/

    and this one is minimal but slick.

    http://www.outpostapp.com/

  • Oh Yeah! Great One . I Tweeted :)

  • What makes you think the table views of Cha-Ching, Things, Satisfaction Remote and Outpost are more sexy than the beautiful board of Deep Green? Even Deep Green’s backside is more elegant ;-) (Biased)

    See screenshots at http://cocoastuff.com/products/deepgreen/

  • Please take a look my “Diary” app (App Store Link: http://itunes.com/apps/diary). I do believe this may qualify too.

  • Check this OldClocks: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=291308407&mt=8
    I think they even more sexier then for example Cha-Ching or Tweetie :)

    • Gosh, I never see something so ugly in my entire life. And I’m not so young… Well, what we must understand here is What is Sexy FOR ME (or the author of the article), because anyway, what is sexy for you can easily be ugly for someone else. Like these ugly clocks. Gosh!

  • I wanted to put a post on here to say that these applications are exactly the type of thing that drew me to iPhone development myself. I try to make my interfaces as sexy as possible!

    Some of you might like the look of my Discounted app (http://alantaylor.homeip.net/apps/).

  • Some really really nice apps there, though I think the Wimbledon one is too messy to be sexy. Awesome roundup.

  • Thought I’d share one that wasn’t listed that I feel is a “sexy interface” iPhone app that is intuitive, cute, handy, and pushes the iPhone design conventions and that is targeted to women.

    Video demo located: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_SOksR3GNo

  • You forgot MLB.com At Bat 2009, otherwise, great job!

  • Some good ones on here i think! Jukebox Music Quiz should be on there though http://www.jukeboxmusicquiz.com Really beautiful UI.

  • I think that in this page mappper (travel caegory) could be insert!…Weightbot is my favorite!

  • This is why this page is on my Top Sites :D

  • I think that “Meat Clock” for iPhone is one sexy beast. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been discovered by the enlightened masses yet…

  • Check out Fairway Golf

    http://www.wideasleep.com/products/fairway/

    It has a clean simple UI.

  • Oh, here’s a link to Meat Clock: http:www.itunes.com/apps/meatclock and some other interesting apps at http://www.mindshocker.com
    ;)

  • argghhhh!
    I’m a terrible URL typer. I meant:
    Meat Clock: http://www.itunes.com/apps/meatclock

  • I think Movies Now! (http://kodu.co.uk/) and Birdfeed (http://birdfeedapp.com/) are definitely missing – they are both absolutely gorgeous and Birdfeed has gotten me to switch from Tweetie!

  • I love the look of Flip Clock.

  • One of my new favourite apps (also really cheep!) is Postman (http://postmanapp.com/). Delicious UI and an app that really helps you create great looking e-postcards.

    • You should try Postage, too. Just as clean and a ton of great templates.

  • Really nice roundup! Found a few great looking apps that I’d never heard of before.

  • Some really nice examples, another one that’s pretty hot looking ProCreative Gold 09 – http://www.procreativeinc.com/golf_features.aspx

  • You missed pennies! Really nice looking app with a nice icon too =)

    • Don’t even mention that DEAD app. I lament that lost penny till date!

  • nice roundup ^^ but you should have added Tweetdeck for iPhone too, the newest version has a very sexy interface !

  • One of the best that I have seen is this advanced media player, it’s really cool…

    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=322243818&mt=8

  • It’s a bit crazy that you left off Eucalyptus and instead included Classics. Perhaps it’s because Eucalyptus is the more expensive e-book reader. In any case, Eucalyptus is certainly better-looking, with a more polished and more intuitive page-turning experience.

  • Great article but you’ve missed out a couple of my favourites. For my money NightTime Plus beats Nightstand…
    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=311191660&mt=8

    and one I just bought today is gorgeous – Playlist Alarm Clock – http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=321997295&mt=8

  • The Dictionary.com app is simple, free, and doesn’t need Wi-Fi for all of you iPod touch users. It includes Dictionary.com’s entire word repertoire with dated etymologies plus a pretty good thesaurus (that’s right, the word dinosaur), a history of the words you’ve searched for easy reference and a randomly selected word of the day. All-in-all I end up using this one every day.

  • nice list of apps. Most of those look really good. Not so much the facebook one though, probably could have left it out or found another one

  • Twitterriffic’s interface is beautiful… all except for the tweets. Not one of their themes (except the boring “Basic”) is high contrast or provides a nice definition between tweets. Overall the text blends into the background and the tweets blend together. For an interface that had so much attention paid to it elsewhere I’m surprised the main focus looks so… underaverage.

  • Great Post. I’m looking for some travel apps for my friend she is going to do the route 66 thing. LA to Chicago. I also found here this one. It’s a whole list of travel apps the videos are very campy, funny and yet informative. They even have a cheet sheet pdf that I emailed to her. http://super-fly-life.com/dating/iphone-travel-tips/

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  • Sexy??? não tem personalidade nenhuma..

  • Nice list … another app I love is Seasons (http://www.seasonsapp.com/) to find out what produce is currently in season.

  • Things is a bit more expensive (given the App Store standards!). I use EasyTasks (free) and is pretty much meeting the purpose.

  • You forgot Vegas Radio.
    An Old like radio with style
    http://www.vegasradioapp.com

  • There’s a new app on the store – Goddess Tarot. You have to see the graphics to believe it. They are beautiful!

  • I think that WideNoise also has a nice graphic, it’s fallout-steampunk inspired. :)

    Disclaimer: I’m the author. Any feedback is welcome! :P

  • The nicers the interface for any app the more I want to use it. These are all great.

  • Cool list, really like sexy apps :)

  • nice list :)

    but you missed http://www.popperapp.com

  • Also BEATMAKER has some fantastic userface elements.

  • These are beautiful – great list. I like how Apple offers a great SDK which requires only a little modding and time in Photoshop to create this kind of stunning execution.

  • Color Stream should have been on here. I guess it wasn’t out at the time though: http://colorstreamapp.com/

  • Wow, so many new apps! They all look good to me!

  • Many amazing apps, but you still missed iSmoothie:

    http://www.linktoapp.com/iSmoothie

  • What about this one? – http://www.budgetcare.com
    Clean, simple, elegant and looking like a native iPhone app style

    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=306171961&mt=8

  • very nice interfaces

  • Nice list! A few more I like are…
    Mobile Fotos
    Grocery IQ
    Groups
    iBank
    Postage
    Gowalla
    Voices
    Movies Now
    Chipotle
    Callway
    Kluckr
    & Flickr

  • I like how Apple offers a great SDK which requires only a little modding and time in Photoshop to create this kind of stunning execution.

  • Wow! what a nice apps .
    its gr8 to see these interfaces.
    Thanks for posting these apps.

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  • What About PhotoBooth?
    PhotoBooth is an entertaining photography application which you can use to apply hundreds of special effects on your portrait photo and obtain crazy pictures. You can also add text effects and speech bubbles similar with the ones used in comic books; you can also tag your photos, add dates or memos or just add funny speech bubbles, transforming your photos in one of the funniest photo albums. All you have to do is load a photo from your phone’s library and play with the special effects. You can also easily send a visual message, impress your girlfriend/boyfriend with a loving visual message or wish everybody Happy Holidays with a custom made E-Card, just like the app’s description says.

    Application features include the following:
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    – Evil Elf Effects
    – Animal Effects
    – Funny Faces Effects
    – Clown Effects
    – Zombie Effects
    – Pirate Effects
    – Crazy Looks Effects
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    All of the previously mentioned pieces are important and desirable in a quality app, but stability is the key to the whole operation. If the program continually locks up your iPhone or iPod touch causing it to freeze or restart, it’s certain to be discarded rapidly. The PhotoBooth app does not have this kind of problems, stability, therefore is not an issue.
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    In conclusion, this photography entertaining application is worth your time and money, and you should give it a try.
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  • Icon Skins Pro – a Great Way to Personalize Your iPhone

    So far, iPhone has been considered the leader concerning the applications subject, having the largest market and a huge fan following. A single store – AppStore – makes the search for applications simple and it presents competent descriptions for the developers’ products, so the user’s perspective is enlarged. The most popular category by far is Games, followed by Entertainment and the third most popular category is Books.

    AppCore develops software for mobile devices. This includes iPhone and iPad applications. The AppCore team mostly focuses on fun games or useful applications that fit into the next generation mobile lifestyle. AppCore’s applications are available in AppStore and many of them were really appreciated by the iTunes crew as well as by the users who downloaded them, having a lot of notable good reviews. AppCore develops applications covering sections as Books, Healthcare & Fitness, Sports, Medical, Lifestyle, Education, Utilities, Games, Entertainment, Travel, summing over 160 great apps for iPhone and iPad. The ones using iPad’s platform focus mostly on games and entertaining while the ones for iPhone have an informational utility as well as an entertaining one.
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    Icon Skins Pro is an app from the Lifestyle category which you can use to customize your device’s display by using a great collection of themes, skins, backgrounds and app shelves.
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    After the last update the app now has over 500 unique Icon Skins, Icon Shelves and Matching Lock Screens. Version 2.1 added matching Lock Screens for the existing Icon Skins, more cool Icon Shelves and a new batch of Icon Skins.

    A high-quality app has a full feature-set, whether it’s a game or a complex navigational GPS program. From customizable elements to using the iPhone’s built-in accelerometer and touch screen, to sounds and volume, the features of the application are the first sign of a developer’s commitment to his or her product.
    The Icon Skins Pro application features, as they are presented in the description on iTunes, are the following:
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    While features are important to an app, an easy-to-use interface is just as crucial. Apple’s hallmark style includes an intuitive user interface. The controls for an application should be easy to understand and simple to use without requiring a lot of additional direction from the programmer. It really doesn’t matter how neat the idea behind the app is: if you struggle with the interface, you’re not going to use it.
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    All of the previously mentioned pieces – graphics, the full feature-set, easy-to-use interface- are important and desirable in a quality app, but stability is the key to the whole operation. If the program continually locks up your iPhone or iPod touch causing it to freeze or restart, it’s certain to be discarded rapidly. Icon Skins Pro is very stable and it doesn’t crash.
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  • I especially like the Where to app, it seems very intuitive. I really like these simple icons because they are very clear and minimalistic in form and meaning. Check out the icons of Dutch icon and Icon werk to see what I mean. I just love their work.

  • sexy? no,slick, yes

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  • Those are some gorgeous interfaces! Another you ought to check out is Listomatic. I stumbled across it the other day, and it is gorgeous!! Have a look:

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/listomatic/id507098896?mt=8

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