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Spyglass

Yes, your iPhone has built-in Maps with navigation. But it can't hold a candle to the power of Spyglass. This beefy app was designed for outdoor and off-road navigation, giving you options for augmented reality navigation, the ability to navigate by the stars, the ability to save your custom places and waypoints, show them on maps and on the augmented reality display, and then navigate precisely to them later. Oh, and it also serves as binoculars, a compass, a speedometer, an altimeter, a rangefinder, and an angular calculator.

  • Breeze

    There are tons of apps to keep track of your running — but what if you're more of a walker than a runner? If that's the case, Breeze should suit you just fine. Made by the fine folks at RunKeeper, this new app uses the M7 motion coprocessor inside your iPhone 5s to keep track of your activity throughout the day, giving you personalized goals and reminders to help you be more active, as well as gorgeous visuals that allow you track track your progress day-by-day or over time. It's also free, so there's really no excuse not to give it a try.

  • Robinhood

    No, it doesn't let you steal from the rich and give to the poor — but it will stop the rich from robbing you every time you want to make a trade. Based on the idea that a tech-driven brokerage could operate with less overhead, Robinhood is the first brokerage we know of to charge zero commissions for self-directed individual or joint cash brokerage accounts. Built in California — not Wall Street — by a team whose resumes include Stanford, MIT, Caltech, Pixar, Oracle, Bungie, and Facebook, it offers low-latency trades, rock-solid reliability, and one of the best-looking apps you'll have on your phone.