These are the apps you must have on your iPhone
What’s your iPhone without the applications? Still a great phone, though your life would become much more interesting and easier if you get these apps that, no doubt, should already be in your iPhone. Here are the best rated apps.
This one is for those who want to be social media whizards. Buffer works a lot like Hootsuite. You can schedule Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Plus posts based on when they’ll be most effective. Want to tweet something at a time when most of your followers will be listening? Buffer measures this and assigns an appropriate time. You can even see the stats of your posts and see how they’ve performed. Also free application.
Another free application for your iPhone. If you aren’t very good at organizing your finances, this application is perfect for you BillGuard is a very handy tool for iPhone users. Though it shares some of the same functions as a major bank app, BillGuard goes further by helping you manage your spending habits. It’s geared toward keeping you aware of irregular spending and bills you need to pay for down the road. It will even notify you frequent charges for services you may not even use anymore.
3 Google maps
What phone doesn’t have maps and navigators, but if you are actually honest with yourself, you know that Google maps is the best navigating app and you must never leave your iPhone without this application. It’s free, so why not download it.
Hunting for an apartment or a house? This is the application that would help you in that area. Zillow is (according to most users) a gift from God. The app crawls pretty much every property and real estate in your area, ranging from buying to renting. It proceeds to give you the information you need to get in touch with the property owner or leasing office. Free app!
5 Sleep cycle
This app costs $1.99 and if you feel like spending the money on an app you will get the ultimate alarm clock. Instead of selecting a time to be woken up at, you select a time frame (between 8:00am and 9:00am for e.g.). You then place the phone on your bed and go to sleep. The app measures your sleep cycle, analyzing how well you rested and when you hit R.E.M. sleep. It will then sound the alarm when you’re ready to be woken up, which will be at a time when you’re not feeling “groggy” or too tired to get up.
Dropbox allows you to save and view your files across multiple devices, including your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet, as long as you have the internet to access them. This one too is free.
This is the new social media that slowly, but surely takes over the world. Vine will provide you with short entertainment videos and would inspire you to make them too. Vine allows you to create and view 6 second videos via a Twitter-esque newsfeed. The fun of Vine is following great and hilarious users, but the handy “re-vine” feature allows you do find the best videos pretty quickly. Did we mention it is free? Yes, it is.
The visionaries behind Duolingo set out to create a premium-level language app that uses free lessons to make you a pro at any language that exists. So if you are into learning something new, go ahead and get this free app.
This is by far the best thing humanity got (okay, we’re overreacting but it is really good). Have you ever heard a song in passing and wanted to figure out what it is? With Shazam, you will no longer “suffer”. The app listens to the music being played and tells you what the song is in seconds. It also gives you more details and options, such as lyrics, band info and where to buy the song. You can get it for free.
For a $1.99 you can get this app that pretty much covers every feature you need for taking the best possible photo with your iPhone and editing it afterward. One of its best features is a stabilizer that waits until your phone is still before it takes the photo, preventing blurred shots.