Free apps are a great way to save money. They're also a great way to access software you might need more money. Thousands of apps are available for the iPhone, and it can be overwhelming to figure out which ones are worth downloading. We've rounded up some of the best free apps to help you get things done faster and more easier.
This messaging app lets you send text and photos to anyone with an iPhone or iPad. It's great for short messages to friends or family and allows you to make video calls. You can even send money directly from the app. The only drawback is that it doesn't work with Android phones or tablets, so if you have friends who don't have iPhones, you will have to use another messaging app.
The Google Search app is my favorite way to search the web on my iPhone because it's fast and easy to use. I don't need to remember what search engine I used last time — open the app, type in my query, and hit enter! The results are displayed instantly, with each result accompanied by links to relevant articles and other content on the web.
The Google Maps app is one of the most popular apps on any platform. Still, it's even more useful on an iPhone because it comes with a turn-by-turn navigation feature, which means you won't need to memorize directions anymore. You can also find nearby restaurants and businesses through this app and get directions to them quickly.
Foursquare is a location-based social networking website and mobile app. The company was founded in 2009 by Dennis Crowley and Naveen Selvadurai and is based in New York City. Foursquare uses location-based marketing, allowing users to set their location on a map to find nearby businesses and friends.
Sleep Cycle alarm clock
Sleep Cycle alarm clock helps you sleep better by monitoring your sleep patterns and waking you up in your lightest sleep phase. The app tracks your sleep with the accelerometer in your iPhone or iPad (using our patented sound technology) and wakes you up when you are in a light sleep phase (which is optimal for feeling rested). You can also use the Sleep Cycle as a traditional alarm clock for waking up at specific times.
Evernote is one of the most popular note-taking apps available on the iPhone and iPad. It lets you create notes, snap photos, and audio recordings directly within the app and store them all in one place for easy access later. You can even share notes with other users if you wish, making it a great option for working collaboratively with colleagues or friends on projects such as writing a book together or planning a holiday itinerary.
Truecaller is a caller ID and reverses phone lookup app that provides information about incoming calls. This includes the name, photo, and social profile of the person calling.
Shazam is the most popular way to identify music, TV shows, movies, and more. Just hit the Shazam button, let Shazam listen to whatever's playing, and it will instantly recognize what's on TV or the radio. Whether you want to buy that song or learn more about a movie, tap the 'Share' button, which takes you directly to iTunes or Google Play.
Duolingo is the most popular way to learn languages — with over 150 million users worldwide! It's fun, free, and effective. The app uses a "gamification" technique to make learning a language fun. You can learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, and Italian for English speakers and basic phrases in several other languages.
Wunderlist is another popular note-taking app great for organizing things by date or priority. It gives you reminders, so you remember an important deadline or meeting. You can also share lists with others, making it ideal for work projects involving collaboration.
These iPhone apps are a great place to start if you are looking for more apps to enhance your experience. They have made life easier, and we hope you find some value in them too!