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10 Best Apple iPhone/iPad Apps You Must Own

10 Best iPhone AppsFrom composing music to exploring the world, staying fit and editing photos, these 10 Best Apple iPhone and iPad Apps you must own will make your day easier. Below are just a few essential apps you must have for your iPhone. Every day there are hundreds of new apps being developed and released in the Apple Store. That said, use your phone for more than just talking and texting. Use it to educate yourself and experience new things.

Triposo

Triposo has information on various destinations. This app can also build a city walk based on the amount of time the user wants to spend. It also works offline.

Chunky Comic Reader

Chunky Comic Reader gets comics from various cloud services. You can also access the app’s own web server and Windows/Mac shared folders. Settings allow you to adjust panning aspects as well as page rendering and turns.

Skype

Skype is available for various platforms and can be used to call mobiles and landlines. The app offers instant messaging and free Skype-to-Skype calls. Calls elsewhere are cheaper compared to mobile plans.

Find My Phone

Find My Phone allows you to locate your device if you lose it by sending a full-volume sound for 2 minutes even if the phone is set to silent. The app can be used to remote-wipe your phone as well.

Google Maps

Google Maps is accurate and offers Street View to let you check out routes before you embark on an unfamiliar journey.

Dropbox

Dropbox is a complete cross-platform, making it a better choice if you want to access your documents with ease regardless of your location. If your device uses iOS 8, you can get a Share sheet extension that allows you to upload content from various apps fast. The Dropbox app itself is capable of previewing all types of documents before sending them. You will get 2GB of storage for free and additional 3GB if you use the app to save photos.

Instapaper

If you want to read an article but don’t have the time to do so, you can download Instapaper to read it later. You can choose from various text styles and organize your articles in different ways. Only images and words are left, so you can read the article with ease.

Spotify Music

The free version of Spotify gives you access to different songs. You need to keep in mind though that you may be occasionally interrupted by some adverts. Albums are constantly shuffled as well. If you don’t want to deal with such restrictions, you can go for a Premium subscription that’s worth US$9.99 monthly.

RunKeeper

RunKeeper serves as your personal trainer. Elite membership costs £2.99 per month. This app is a great way of logging your runs, bike rides and hikes and taking a look at what exercise your friends are doing. Your stats are stored and routes are mapped. If you feel tired, you can take a break and take a photo using the app.

iBooks

iBooks functions as a digital bookstore. It has a user-friendly, minimal interface. A good selection of available books is also offered. Downloading this app is free. iBooks works with PDFs that you can open from other apps or sync through iTunes.

These are some of the must-have iPhone/iPad apps. These apps are free, so all you need to do is to download your pick and enjoy it!

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