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Best iOS Apps You Should start using ASAP



There are certain apps in iOS that you might not know. But its time to know about them and use them right now. Check it out.

#10 SnapGuide

#10 SnapGuide

If you are an art lover, do not miss this app under any cost. SnapGuide is a repository of user-created how-to guides for everything from arts, crafts, DIY fixes, tech tips and food recipes. Each guide is lavishly illustrated, with detailed instructions and full page photo guides.

Users can view featured guides, check out a variety of topics from gardening, automotive, arts & crafts and other projects, as well as popular and recently uploaded guides. Users can comment on, like, and share guides or even create new guides of their own. Isn't it interesting?

#9 File This (Free)

#9 File This (Free)

File This is specially designed for clumsy and unorganized people. FileThis automatically gathers and organizes your online statements, bills, receipts and other documents from your credit cards, bank accounts, insurance and utility companies. The app then conveniently turns them into text-searchable PDF files delivered to the cloud storage service of your choice, putting your important documents and receipts within easy access anywhere you have an internet connection and allowing you to dispense with bulky paper binders and folders.
FileThis allows users six "connections" (bank accounts, CCs, utilities, etc.), while premium plans can cover up to 30 distinct connections. So useful!

#8 IF by IFTTT (Free)

#8 IF by IFTTT (Free)

The app is slightly complicated but is very useful. IFTTT is a neat task automation tool built around the idea of If (This), Then (That), from which the app takes its name. IFTTT can take triggers from a variety of channels (which can be everything from popular services such as Facebook or Twitter to smart devices), which can then be set to trigger actions on other channels. IFTTT comes with a wealth of templates, available in curated collections, or in featured, trending or all-time favorites.

Users can easily pick and choose, modify or create their own recipes to help automate their lives. A must use app by all means.

#7 Lounge Buddy (Free)

#7 Lounge Buddy (Free)

Ask the importance of this app to all the businessmen in the country, this is an app that helps users locate airport lounges at more than 400 airports globally, complete with crowd-sourced reviews, details such as amenities, operating hours and more. A handy Lounge Access Wizard allows users to enter their trip details, service class and any applicable memberships such as, elite status or credit cards in order to present you with nearby facilities that you can access for free or for a fee.

#6 Dark Sky ($3.99)

#6 Dark Sky ($3.99)

This app is highly regarded and critically acclaimed. Kickstarter-funded weather app Dark Sky impressed many with its hyper-accurate local weather forecasting, with "down to the minute" rain and snow predictions using radar mapping.

Dark Sky's one Achilles heel was the lack of longer term forecasting, but that's no longer the case with the latest major update. Incorporating features from the Forecast.io Web app, the latest version of Dark Sky now includes 24-hour and next week forecasting, and new light backgrounds making the radar maps easier to read. Just perfect.

#5 U Messenger (Free)

#5 U Messenger (Free)

A very basic messaging app, but wait, this is special. U Messenger covers all your free messaging basics, with text, photo, voice and video messaging, stickers, group chats, messaging history and more. Where U Messenger stands out are its Recall features, which allow users to recall photos, text messages and other content sent to other users devices, even after they've been sent and viewed. There's also a Break Up feature that can automatically take back all content sent to another user, as well as removing the other from your respective contacts list.

#4 RockMyRun (Free)

#4 RockMyRun (Free)

Another app for all the music lovers out there. RockMyRun delivers specially designed music mixes with consistent energy and tempo to help you make the most out of your running and exercise routine. Mixes run the whole gamut of genres and time periods, from hip-hop to rock, 90s to Oldies, and dubstep to classical. And this is not it, Another neat feature is "myBeat" technology that can adjust each mix's energy level to your step pace, heartbeat or through manual adjustment. The app also integrates with other exercising apps such as Runkeeper and MapMyRun, allowing you to record your runs while RockMyRun keeps going. The free tier provides mixes of up to 45 minutes, and is ad-supported. A premium subscription removes ads and provides longer workout mixes. How cool is this now.

#3 Iconical ($1.99)

#3 Iconical ($1.99)

This app is basically to make your home screen look good. Iconical allows you to customize your app icons as well as create custom 'action' shortcuts to your homescreen, providing a level of customization akin to what you get on Android. Iconical has simple UI that makes it easy for you to create custom icons with the app's built-in drawing tools, or allows you to download a custom image, allowing you to quickly make your home screen your own.

#2 Reddit Ask Me Anything (Free)

#2 Reddit Ask Me Anything (Free)

Needless to say, this app lets you ask anything to any celebrity. Reddit's regular Ask Me Anything or AMA sessions feature community-led interviews of notable people such as politicians, actors, scientists and more, with everyone from Barack Obama, Peter Dinklage and Neil deGrasse Tyson participating in online interviews where Redditors ask them anything.

#1 Horizon (Free)

#1 Horizon (Free)

And finally, we have another app for all the picture lovers. Keep your photos and videos on the level with Horizon, an iOS camera app that automatically shoots horizontal photos and videos with the help of your iPhone's internal gyroscope. Horizon always keeps your videos and photos horizontal, however you hold your device. The app supports a variety of resolutions and aspect ratios, a variety of leveling modes, slow motion video capture, as well as eight built-in filters.



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