Chances are your iPhone is already loaded with a number of applications like Facebook, Instagram, Angry Birds, and so on. Although these apps are great, there are numerous applications available that will transform your iPhone into something more for less than $10 or even free. For those who are interested, below is a list of top 10 iPhone apps you are currently not using, but should.
Iconical. Most complaints that come from iPhone users are usually based on the inability to customize the phone the same way Android users can. The Iconical app allows you to create custom icons that you can move to your home screen. The app is available on the App Store for $1.99.
Can I Stream It? The app presents information on online games, movies, and TV shows available for rental, downloading, and streaming. The app is free.
A great alternative to Viber and WhatsApp is WeChat, which allows you to make a group chat/call with up to 40 people. Plus, it has numerous emoticons and basic texting and calling provided through a Wi-Fi connection.
You no longer need to browse the Internet for places to go on a Friday night or while on a trip. Wikitude literally allows you to see what is hidden from others. Using your camera, the app pulls information on pubs, bars, general sightseeing spots, and those places that provide a free Wi-Fi connection. To keep you busy, the free app presents several simple games too.
Have trouble remembering names? Humin adjusts your phonebook according to your social media accounts and email. You simply need to type a name like: “Jack W. mutual friends” and it will give you information about the person, including images, mutual friends in social media, and the last time you chatted with the person. The app is free.
Dark Sky shows you accurate weather forecasts with down-to-a-minute predictions on whether it’s going to rain or snow. The app costs $3.99.
Pumpic iOS monitoring. The app monitors GPS location, calls, text messages, and online activity of the target phone. Used mostly for parental control, it allows easy tracking of children remotely through a PC or mobile phone. The app is available with a monthly plan.
VSCO Cam is probably the best option for people who enjoy taking professional quality photos with their iPhone. It has an advanced setting that allows you to manually change the focus, shutter speed, white balance, etc. You can also edit the picture and share it on social media. VSCO cam is free.
Since iOS 8, Apple has allowed third-party keyboards.
Of all the available options, Swiftkey is probably the best one. It underlines, autocorrects, and autocompletes your sentences according to your settings. The app is free.
The excellent DIY-oriented app, iFixit, includes detailed repair and teardown guides for countless categories and devices starting with massive trucks and cars and ending with smartphones and furniture. The free app even includes links to places you can buy the tools needed to complete the repair.
The writer of this article, Paula Green, is passionate about everything that concerns technology. You can reach her via her Google+ profile.