Top 10 must-have iPhone apps for multimedia junkies

Here are the best apps for turning your iPhone into a time-killing hub. Whether you want to stream your music collection to your iPhone or take great pictures in low light, we have just the right app.

Brushes



Publisher: Steve Sprang

Price: US$4.99

Whenever and wherever inspiration strikes you, Brushescan come in handy. With this app you can go beyond doodling, using realistic brushes and virtually any color you want. Better than paper, Brushes offers deep undo and redo.

Amazingly, artist Jorge Colombo used Brushes to draw the June 1, 2009, cover of The New Yorker while standing for an hour outside Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in Times Square.

A companion for this app, Brushes Viewer (Mac only, free), allows you to replay your Brushes painting stroke by stroke.

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