Here we bring you the coolest 5 apps an iPhone every user should have on their smartphones.
If your 2016 new year’s resolution is to get your finances in order, give Spendee a download. The app used to cost money but now it’s available for free. It features a beautiful design that allows you to get a quick overview of all your finances in a snap.
Features include the ability to set budget to track your spending,
easily editable categories to reflect your preferences, and the
ability to work with multiple currencies—great for traveling.
2. iCal Widget
iCal Widget is a handy app that puts your entire day or week timeline from the iPhone’s Calendar app on your Notification Center widget screen. The week view is particularly handy as you no longer have to open your calendar app to see a week at a glance.Instead, simply activate this widget in Notification Center and you’ll see every event you have coming up for the next five or seven days. Then, just tap on any event in the widget to open it in the Calendar app.
Another long standing app that just got a major makeover is
LinkedIn.The app has gotten a completely new, easier to navigate UI with clearly labeled sections for your news feed, profile, messages, and contacts. It also has a much more powerful and relevant search. This is the LinkedIn app users have been wanting for years.
4. Buried Town
Buried Town is a fun mostly light graphics and text-based game in which you play a survivor who washes up on an island in a canoe. As you look for other survivors on the mysterious island you soon realize it’s overrun by zombies and every minute will be a fight for survival. You’ll need to avoid not only zombies, but disease, gather supplies, build shelters, and work together with other characters to survive. It’s a great little horror title.
5. Live GIF
Live GIF is a great app if you love the iPhone 6s’ Live Photos
feature. What Live GIF does is take those Live Photos and instantly turn them into a GIF you can share online. The app also allows you to save your Live Photos as short videos. You can then share your GIFs or videos via Facebook,
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