8/12/12 8/12/12 POPSUGAR Living iPhone Apps Apps For iPhone Aug. 12, 2012 8 Creative Apps We're Loving Now August 12, 2012 by Laura Marie Meyers 27 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. View in slideshow Perhaps you'd like to step up your social-media game or gather design inspiration? We've rounded up some of our favorite must-have apps. Hoping to organize some of your favorite outfits — and categorize them according to weather conditions? There's an app for that. Would you like to create moving, cinematic photos? There's one for that, too. Check out the week's eight essential downloads, from movie apps to gaming picks. Cloth If you've ever struggled with that "Ugh, it's raining — what do I wear?" moment, then you'll love the Cloth app. Free for a limited time, the cool fashion app allows you to snap, save, and share your favorite outfits, then organize them with tags. Even better? In-app weather info from Wunderground makes it possible to find the best outfits for the current weather conditions. Echograph We've made cinemagraphs in the past, but we hadn't seen jaw-dropping HD results until the Echograph. Recently referred to as "the Instagram of animated GIFs" by Wired, Echograph ($3) allows you to paint video elements into still photographs. So how does the app work? After capturing or uploading a video onto your iPad, trim a five-second video clip and choose a specific frame as the still image. In other words, it's art meets photography meets video — how cool is that? the Instagram of animated GIFs" by Wired, $3 from wired.com Buy Now Foap Listen up, smartphone snappers: you can now turn a profit with your iPhone pictures. The free Foap app pays you for photos; all you need to do is upload a picture to the Foap Market, and it'll be available for companies to buy. Just how much are your iPhone snaps worth? Each picture costs the buyer $10 every time it's sold: $5 for you and $5 for Foap. Google+ Fans of Google+ will be thrilled to hear that the app has a few upgrades for the iPhone — not to mention an all-new, fully optimized iPad app. With the free Google+ app, you have access to all the standard features of the social network while you're on the go. Not only can you chat with your friends on Messenger straight from your phone, but you can also video chat with up to nine people in mobile Hangouts. Even cooler: you can open the Hangout on your iPad and stream it to your TV using AirPlay technology. Houzz Imagine bringing Flickr, Pinterest, shelter magazines, and your favorite interior designer together in one place to help you tackle your latest remodeling project. The Houzz iOS app does just that — for free! Consider it a digital scrapbook for all your home-remodeling ideas. Songkick Concerts Monday morning rolls around, and Facebook photos inform you that your favorite band was in town, but you had no idea. Sound familiar? Download the free Songkick Concerts app, and it'll never happen again. Available on both the iOS and Android, this free service instantly creates a personalized concert calendar based on bands in your phone's music library and your location. My Xbox LIVE For iPhone and iPad Wish you could use your iPad to control the Xbox media center? Well, now you can. The free My Xbox LIVE app now has iPad compatibility. You can't use your tablet to play games, but whenever you're watching Netflix, playing music, or browsing through the entertainment options, you can put the Xbox controller down and connect with your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. iPhone AppsiPad Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Home Tech Vegetarian Love and Sex Food DIY Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.