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25 Absolutely Gorgeous iOS7 App Designs

iOS 7 is the most popular operating system at this date, with a rate of 6.3 million downloads per hour, in the first 16 hours since its release. This stat is simply incredible but predictable since the iPhone’s user interface wasn’t modified since 2007. Currently, if you are an iPhone user you know that everything looks different and even if there are some small problems with the user experience, the design and interaction is extremely cool.

Since Jony Ive took over the iPhone’s ux department, we have noticed that the old skeuomorphic design was replaced with clear and flat design, with a minimalist touch. This is a great thing because having a minimal amount of graphic elements on the screen means a lot more space for productivity. Since the release of the iOS 7 beta version, designers started working on creating new looks for existing applications or for new ones.

In this article you can see a collection of 25 absolutely gorgeous iOS 7 app designs which I’m sure you will love. Furthemore, if you know other great designs, share them with us in the comment section.

WIP fitness app

1. ios7 app design

iOS 7 University App

2. ios7 app design

Spotify

3. ios7 app design

Dashboard

4. ios7 app design

Flipboard

5. ios7 app design

Spotlinks

6. ios7 app design

Whatsapp (concept)

7. ios7 app design

Fancy

8. ios7 app design

Twitter

9. ios7 app design

Hours

10. ios7 app design

Shade

11. ios7 app design

iOS 7 Data Usage App

12. ios7 app design

Minimal Mail

13. ios7 app design

Barpass

14. ios7 app design

Place

15. ios7 app design

Transaction

16. ios7 app design

Perfect Weather

17. ios7 app design

Golf app

18. ios7 app design

Search flights

19. ios7 app design

Skout

20. ios7 app design

Commit

21. ios7 app design

Chatter

22. ios7 app design

Barclays App

23. ios7 app design

Calendar (mockup)

24. ios7 app design

Clocks

25. ios7 app design

Bogdan

Bogdan is the founder of Top Design Magazine. You can find him in Bucharest-Romania so next time you want to drink a beer there and talk about web and stuff, give him a message.

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