Apps make the iPhone the powerful little device that it is. And Here are ten apps I want every iPhone owner to know exist.
Picking ten essential iPhone apps isn’t easy, especially considering there are dozens of excellent apps, and hundreds of very good ones. Beyond the most highly acclaimed apps are ones that fit different personality types or special interest groups. I, for one, love language-learning apps and fitness apps, but I recognize that they’re not everyone’s cup of tea. Rather, this list aims to hit the most important apps that are applicable to just about everybody.
Awesome Note (+Todo/Calendar)
Awesome Note (+Todo/Calendar) is among the best multi-purpose task management apps in the App Store. It gives serious list makers and task masters utilitarian tools to help them keep track of ideas and chores, and graphical customizations at nearly every turn. With customizable alerts, repeat settings, a handy calendar, and the ability to sync with Google Drive and Evernote, Awesome Note is hands-down the to-do app worth buying.
Dashlane is a simple and elegant password manager app for iPhone. As with any password manager, you need to set one strong password for your Dashlane account, and all other passwords can be generated (on a computer or laptop) and saved automatically to your account. From the iPhone app, you can access your login credentials and even copy and paste the encrypted passwords into apps and mobile websites when you need to use them. The app is free to download and use, but you’ll hit some a few limitations with the free version. A Premium account costs $4.99 per month or $39.99 per year and includes syncing, which is a vital part of the service if you use the iPhone app. (Some legacy users are grandfathered into getting syncing with a free account.) Most importantly, Dashlane is extremely secure, keeping your information private and encrypted.
LinkedIn remains one of the most important online networks for professionals to join. The thorough iPhone app helps you stay on top of business relationships, job opportunities, and other career-related events like no other app. Having access to your professional network and all the details of those important relationships at your fingertips when en route to a meeting or while at a large conference is invaluable. The LinkedIn iPhone app is an essential tool for business professionals no matter which industries are the core focus of their work.
EasilyDo connects to your email accounts, social media accounts, and other online spaces, then asks if you want it to automate simple tasks that you might need to do, such as post a “happy birthday” message to a Facebook friend or add contact details to your address book of someone new who has just emailed you. Some of my favorite tasks are package tracking (after you purchase an item online and receive a shipping number) and saving the contact information of a new person who has emailed you to your iPhone Contacts.
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