Five Best Apps For iPhones

Make the most of your iPhone, whether you are using the older models or the iPhone 6 or plus.

Get the most out of your iPhone by installing the best apps, and they are absolutely free.  Whether you want to organize your life better, create a to-do list or manage your money, these apps help you get it all done.

Here are five apps every iPhone user should have.



Among the cloud based file syncing and storage programs, Box is a great app for collaborative business use.  Install the Box app on home and on office computers along with your iPhone, so no matter where you are, you will always have access to your files from any of your devices.  The Free Box account holders get 10GB of storage space. What makes it work?  You can add comments to your documents as well as read comments and documents sent by other people. It is a great way to get your work done when you are on the go.



Digg brings all the news and online content you like under one roof.  It contains an RSS feed reader, which is great as it is a free app.  In addition to the blogs and online content you like, Digg suggests other content to explore.  You can share your favorite stories on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Tumblr, LinkedIn, email, and text. You can also save stories to read later on Digg, Instapaper, and Pocket.

Tiny Scan


Tiny Scan, as the name suggests is a scanner for your phone. You can scan documents, photos and receipts, and save it as a PDF file to store and share, however you like. With the help of Tiny Scan you can share your important files with co-workers or just store them as a backup. The app allows you to store PDFs in apps such as Dropbox and Evernote. All the files are password protected along with other customization options.


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Move over pen and paper, Evernote is the go to app for all your writing needs.  Write all types of notes whether they are brief or detailed, and access them from any advice.  This is a free app that triumphs above all the other note-making apps because of its strong search capabilities and effortless organization. The app synchronizes all your files by storing them on a cloud service, so the next time you alter or create something new, it will all be there when you log on to Evernote. You can collect web articles, handwritten notes, and photos to keep all the details in one place.



Your itinerary is fixed, travel arrangements are made, bags are packed, but something is missing, GateGuru, your one stop app for all the happenings at the airport. Whether, you are looking for retail or food outlets, or just trying to figure out how much time it would take you from one terminal to the other, GateGuru brings it all to you at your fingertips. The next time you are stuck at the airport because your flight is late or you have a long layover and you are looking for a bathroom, but aren’t sure which gate has clean ones, just consult GateGuru.

No matter whether you are a seasoned user or a novice, these apps will help you get things done on time.

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by techtalks @TechTalks March 17, 2015 6:26 AM UTC


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