Apple devices have acquired the status symbol of exclusivity. Users of iOS devices love their devices and want to be suggestive about why they are better than the rest. To ensure that this exclusivity is exhibited by all iOS applications is the responsibility of every iOS developer. Typically, extensive collection of functions integrated into one application is perceived as the key to successful iOS app development Indeed, more the varieties of functions users will have at their disposal, more useful their iOS device might be. However, that would be true only when users are able to utilise full potential of the applications. This is where user-centric design intervenes. If the interface is not streamlined to provide easy accessibility and facilitate use of the application, the collection of functions would be useless.