Want to discover the best apps of iPhone (that might also be on Android)? Well, look no further than this post, but scroll further down it!
#SelfieDay was yesterday, but it’s every day thanks to Snapchat.
The above, but without the dog ears. By filter, Instagram means Clarendon, Gingham, Moon and the like.
Well, well, well… If it isn’t the most overused app on my phone. Yes, I tweet a lot.
What can I say? I love birds, and would do anything to sound like them. Tweet-twoo! 🦉
I’ve heard it’s good, but not using it. It’s a video app, kinda like Vine (before it closed), but not, because it closed. If you use any social-media platforms from the above list, you’d have come across a TikTok video.
Why haven’t I included Facebook? Because it drains out our phones’ batteries.
The Sims, but architecture only. Build a house, the best house. Enjoy.
Balanced Tower AR
Jenga, but better.
I’ve also been known to play Flow, Flappy Bird and Temple Run, I bossed all. I also love all word games including Word Cross.
Peak Brain Training
This is amazing if you want to keep your brain active and healthy. There are puzzles and quizzes to test and improve your memory, focus etc.
A great app for motivation. It has a lot of affirmations, and you’ll feel great after each use. This app has it all: guided meditations, mindfulness – also awesome at beating insomnia.
How To: Get Around In London
Yeah. If you’re in London and want to learn quick and simple transport routes that’ll get from A-B, download this. It promises to get you around easier and faster.
All your music and playlists in one place. The ‘Browse’ feature is pretty ace too because it’s categorised well. You’ll be sure to be introduced to new music. You can also follow musicians on there too, getting notified when they release new albums/music.
You ever been out and a song comes on which you can’t for the life of you remember the name of? Well, not any more thanks to, Shazam. You’re welcome.
Getting Around by Car
Where would I/we be without this app? Probably flued up because of the germs on public transport. I/we cannot and have never been on a train without catching a cold. So, Uber is the way forward.
Also, when was the last time you sat down on your commute during rush hour? Exactly. Money well spent.
You can even use this abroad in most countries and cities.
Apple Pay (pre-loaded in most iPhones)
Speaking of money, this app will ask you to scan your credit card before recording its details, making its easier than ever for you to ‘make it rain’ while you’re out & about… Just be sure take an umbrella, even if you’ve forgotten your wallet at home!
Apple Wallet (pre-loaded in most iPhones)
I love this. You literally won’t need to carry your wallet again. Just keep everything there. Do you have a flight coming up? Store your eTicket there automatically, ready to scan at check-in.
Pennies – £3.99
Be your own accountant. This makes it easy to save and keep tabs on your spending.
See and hear your loved ones while they’re away at no extra cost (FaceTime – if they too have an iPhone).
**In-app purchases (for most apps featured in this list) may apply.