Friday, January 24, 2020

The best apps for your iPhone in 2020

Apps to use on your iphone


If you got lucky and received Apple's iPhone 11 or the iPhone 11 Pro you will probably want to install some new apps on it. Nevertheless, if you've still got an older Apple smartphone, the iOS App store has some awesome apps. The question is which one to install? We've got you covered, I personally did a survey to find out what most people do and want to do with their smartphones. My team and I tested a vast number of apps, separating the good from the bad to come up with this list.

Tweetbot

Twitter is very addictive and if you are someone who can't tear yourself away from the social media platform, you will need a tweet bot. This makes using Twitter far less painful as it shows tweets of the people you follow, in the order that they tweeted them. There are no ads or promoted tweets. But there is a catch though, you will have to buy the app.

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TikTok

How was your 2019 on the internet? We can't deny 2019 provided some of the best internet memes and videos ever made. That's one of the fun aspects of the internet now. You can join us here every week through the endless scroll through our meme compilation. Alternatively, you can use Tiktok which provides a better experience and allows you to create your own viral sensation.

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Halide Camera

Thanks to some AI-powered algorithms on Apple's phones, from the iPhone X to its newer phones, you can take perfect shots. If you have very little photographic know-how, you can use an app like Halide which is designed to let you push the cameras to the limit.

Buy now.

Authy

If you have spent time reading this blog, you will know how much we stress on phone security and internet privacy. Most of our internet accounts allow 2-factor authentication. Authy is an app you will
want to use for authentication codes. The app will do a better job of storing and keeping track of all those authentication codes better than other apps.

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Google maps

If you have installed the latest iteration of Apple's iOS, you would realize that Apple has updated Apple Maps. Well, if you are someone who doesn't enjoy getting lost on your way, Google maps is the better option.

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Coinbase

Cryptocurrency is here and it here to stay. Get in on the crypto space with a well-designed app. You can check current rates and set up digital currency wallets for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. You can use Touch ID or FaceID (on iPhone X and above) to secure viewing of your account.

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Mint.com

Mint.com helps you keep detailed accounts of your finances by connecting to all your financial accounts and tracking all the money you earn and spend. The iPhone app gives you deep insight into how you're spending your money and whether you're sticking to the budget you've created. It's one of the best personal finance apps you'll find.

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Apple iMovie

Apple's mobile video-editing app is the perfect tool for making those snaps and clips from your last vacation watchable—and enjoyable. iMovie makes it easy to do a surprising amount with your media, including freeze-frame, filters, titles, trimming, and adding background music. And now it's free.

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LinkedIn

Are you in a job space and you wish to connect people in your space? LinkedIn provides an effective online network for keeping up with your contacts, find jobs and business partners. One major good thing about this platform is you can also advertise your skills in order to attract job recruiters.

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Pocket 

The Pocket app was dubbed one of the best apps by the App Store for a reason. This app can save interesting articles, videos, web pages, and more for you to come back to later. The best part? You can view these pages without data or Wi-Fi! Thus, making it the perfect app for train commutes, flights, or anywhere you don’t have service. Pocket offers an easy-to-view list layout so you can comfortably read content that’s important to you.

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