10 Great Apps For Your New iPhone

by Ghulam Mujtaba
0 comment 43 views

This holiday season, you got a shiny new iPhone. It’s the beginning of a new year. Here are some apps you won’t regret installing on your iPhone 13 or iPhone SE, whether they are handy, fun, or simply way better than the ones that came pre-installed.

1- The Spark Mail Application

The Mail app on Apple is OK, and Google’s Mail is slightly better. However, Microsoft Outlook retains its classic status. However, SparkMail is a simple, user-friendly, and accessible alternative that offers many customization options. It can enable intelligent notifications and integrate with service such as Dropbox and OneDrive.

Also Read: 3 Top Tech Stocks to Buy for Growth and Income

2- Todoist Free App

Although you can use the Reminder app, there are better alternatives. Todoist is a great alternative to your Notes app or that sticky note in your wallet when you need something more versatile. It’s a flexible tool that’s perfect for personal and work errands.

3- Planta Care Free App

You are not alone if you struggle to keep a plant alive. Are there people who regularly check the moisture level of their soil? I’ve tried many plant apps, but Planta is the only one I’ve been able to keep alive – and even thrive. Using it, you can determine what plants should go where in your home, water and re-pot your plants, and monitor the temperature outside. It can even identify a mystery plant in your aunt’s house. Several subscription plans are available, including a free option.

4- Strava App Review

With Strava, one of the few apps that you can use to become more active, you can do just that. Although many popular models are compatible, fitness trackers and smartwatches aren’t required, and the app supports many activities such as running, biking and walking. Additionally, there is a dedicated safety feature and several ways to measure your progress and challenges where you earn discounts on fitness gear.

5- YNAB iPhone App

YNAB is the most popular application on the new iPhone. YNAB stands for You Need a Budget. 

YNAB is hard to beat if you are serious about saving and spending money wisely. Categories and methodology can be complicated and straightforward simultaneously, so it’s a personal preference. Both options are a bit pricey – $98.99 yearly or $14.99 monthly – but reasonable rates. The app pays for itself in the first month of using it. However, in all the years I’ve used it. You can try the service for 34 days for free to determine if it’s worth it to you. Another option is Mint, which is free.

6- LIBBY Free E-book

When you are a voracious bookworm, you pay a lot for e-books. By using Libby, you can borrow audiobooks, books, magazines, and magazines from your local library for free. Books can be read on Kindle or sent to your device for reading. Due to its automatic syncing, Libby can be used on any device. Additionally, you can read offline, and it is CarPlay compatible.

7- Tody Paid Watch App

What’s the recommended frequency of sharpening your knives? Are you thinking about changing your shower liner or flipping your mattress? To keep things interesting, you can assign chores to family or friends, and you can compete against Dusty, a dust gremlin. It also helps neat freaks visualize how clean their homes are – and resolve arguments over who does the most cleaning. It costs $6.99 once, but there is no other in-app purchase.

8- 1Password Manager App

Security hygiene 101 is password managers. It supports Touch and FaceID, is easy to install, and store your credit cards securely for online purchases. It will also alert you to the passwords that aren’t great so that you can create new ones right away. Unfortunately, there isn’t a free version of this password manager, but there are many other free alternatives, such as Bitwarden, Dashlane, and LastPass.

Also Read: What Are The Three Basic Components Of Cloud Computing?

9- Calm Sleep Meditation App

With Calm, you can find meditations tailored to your specific needs, such as increasing focus, reducing anxiety, or just meditating on daily topics. For those who prefer sleep stories or music tracks instead of mindfulness, Calm offers both. Even though YouTube has dozens of free white noise videos, it’s sometimes lovely to drift off to the soothing sounds of Idris Elba reading you a story at bedtime. If you’re looking for an introduction to space, Headspace is another great option.

10- SPLITWISE Latest iPhone App

Finally, the new iPhone application is SPLITWISE.  The great thing about Venmo is that you can keep track of what you owe to your friends, family, and housemates. Even though there is a paid version, the free version does everything you need to do, including automatically splitting bills, tracking recurring expenses, and linking to Venmo to pay them.

Related Articles

Leave a Comment