With over 2 million apps in Apple’s App Store, it can be hard to find the ones that suit you best. We’re here to take the tedium out of your search. These are FoxNews.com’s Top 5 apps of the month:


Platforms: iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
Price: Free

If you’re a politics junkie, you know there are a lot of polls to keep up with in the heat of the presidential campaign. TPM (Talking Points Memo) has released an app that lets you “follow” the races you’re interested in and sends a push notification to your device every time a new poll comes out.

If you don’t want to wait until dinner to learn the latest poll results, this app is for you.


Platforms: iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
Price: $0.99

The average iOS user takes hundreds of photos each month, and going through them to eliminate the ones you don’t want can be a hassle.

Cleanz simplifies the process by providing an easy way to clean up your photo library: Viewing each photo on full display and swiping up to keep it or down to move it to the trash.

Cleanz lets you browse by album, in reverse chronological order and by device. For example, you can choose to browse only the “Snapchat” folder on your device.

If you save a lot of photos, this app is for you.



Platforms: iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
Price: Free

Millions of users have registered with livestreaming services, with Facebook Live and Periscope dominating the space. But Live.ly proved there is still room for competition when it shot up to become the most downloaded free app in the U.S. on the Apple Store.

Live.ly is a live streaming video platform that works inside of Musical.ly, a megapopular lip synching app that has taken teens by storm with almost 100 million downloads in just over a year.

Users can broadcast to their fans through the Live.ly app, and the streams become available on Musical.ly. Users can comment and even send virtual gifts to the person who is performing live, making it very interactive for broadcasters and their audiences.


Platforms: iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
Price: $4.99

Millions of PC and console players around the world enjoy "Never Alone" (Kisima Ingitchuna), an award-winning game developed in collaboration with the Iñupiat tribe of Alaska. Now it has been reimagined and made available for iOS.

"Never Alone: Ki Edition" leverages the power of games to share, celebrate and extend culture. Users can experience the epic journey of Nuna and the Fox as they search for the source of an eternal blizzard that threatens the survival of everything they’ve ever known. Players can switch between the companions at any time, as they rely on each character’s unique skills to succeed in the quest. 

Users can also unlock fascinating video insights from the Alaskan native community in this app, which includes every level and all the excitement of the original game.

This app is also available on Android.


Platforms: iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
Price: Free

Tired of the old-fashioned generic search to find activities near you? Gogobot is a game-changer: a travel-planning app that uses artificial intelligence to find the perfect places to go, based on your interests, the time of day, weather and location.

This app is not new, but its latest update heralds the start of AI-like “intelligent travel.” No matter where you are, it helps you discover the best places to play, eat and stay by keeping tabs on what you’re most likely to search for at a certain time of day, whether you’re routinely at your location or just visiting for a few days, and how far you’re willing to go for various activities.

Gogobot makes sure you are never bored on a Friday night — or any other time — by using millions of data points to anticipate your entertainment desires.

This app is also available on Android.