The best apps for your new iPhone
There are over a million and a half apps for iPhone and the number just keeps growing. Every day new and newly updated apps hit the App Store, and it’s impossible to keep up with all of them. The iPhone isn’t so much a smartphone as it is an app phone. All you have to do is bookmark this page and come back every day. When you do, we’ll have the best of the best new apps waiting for you!
Best new and updated apps
This app helps you practice mindfulness with exercises that are customized to your needs. The app presents a series of three-minute exercises meant to help you reduce stress.
HashPhotos wants to make it easier to find just the photo or video you’re looking for. You can search for photos and videos by predefined and custom tags, date, location, and size.
With InVision’s mobile app, you can collaborate with your design team while on the go, leaving comments on projects, holding conversations for real-time communication, conduct user testing, and more.
This is a pocket tuner app that any student musician needs. Simple and straightforward, Pitch features a tone generator, the ability to use any pitch as standard, and analytics to help you track your progress.
Create beautiful invitations for your next event right on your iPhone or iPad. Hobnob offers a range of wonderful design templates that you can customize for your purposes.
The app will analyze the safety of your passwords, suggest new, more secure options, create your own custom categories, and sync over iCloud or Dropbox. $0.99.
Best Free app
Once Handpicked matches
If you’re sick of dating apps like Tinder, you might want to give Once a try. The app is unique in that it only gives you one handpicked match each day at noon.
Skiing & Snowboarding GPS Tracker
Best of all the developers know several ski routes don’t generally have the best connectivity, so they designed the app to work without an internet connection.
WaterMinder aims to make knowing that easier by allowing us to track our daily water intake simply and easily thanks to its intuitive user interface.
Mapstr is a great app that allows you to save your favorite locations from around the world to its built-in map.
This companion app allows you to stream all two million tune right to your smartphone. It’s got a brilliant interface and has cool visual elements like X Ray song lyrics.
Money Dashboard is the UK budgeting app I’ve been waiting for for a while. In the US the king of the budgeting apps is Mint–but that isn’t available in the UK, and now it’s no longer needed.
Google My Business
The app for business owners everywhere, Google My Business allows owners of physical businesses to fully control their listings on Google Maps.