Are you kind of a fitness freak and don’t wanna waste money on buying professional running apps? Here’s one for you, RunKeeper! Previously split into ‘pro’ and ‘free’ versions, the developer now generously includes all the features in one free app.
That means you can spend no money, yet use your iPhone’s GPS capabilities to track your jogging and cycling routes, and examine mapping and details of your pace and calories burned. Activities can be shared online, and treadmill runs and other exercise details can be entered manually.
The free iPhone app EasilyDo works as a personal assistant and automation machine. You connect the app to a variety of online services, like your email, calendar, Facebook account, and so forth, and then EasilyDo looks for things it can help you get easily done.
For example, a notification might ask you if you’d like EasilyDo to add the contact details of someone who has recently emailed you to your address book. Or it might spot an upcoming birthday of a friend and let you set up a “happy birthday” post to their timeline in advance.
It’s an amazing productivity app that helps you take care of a variety of tasks quickly and efficiently.
With the release of iOS 8, Apple iPhone users can finally install custom keyboards.
One of my favorites is SwiftKey. It lets you type with swiping gestures. You drag your finger around to or near the keys you want, and it figures out what you’re trying to say. Typing this way is faster and easier than doing individual key presses.
You’ll lose the dictation microphone with this keyboard, but it’s easy enough to swap back to the stock Apple keyboard by tapping the globe icon in the lower left.
Formerly known as ‘Read It Later’, Pocket helps save pages from websites, to read them later, bereft of the advertising and other junk on the original page.
The service is free, as is the Pocket app, which downloads your articles, so that you can digest them without a web connection.
Adobe Photoshop Express
If you’re looking for Photoshop-style power, Photoshop Express won’t impress. However, if you’re after a quick, free, highly usable tool for making edits to your iPhone photos, Adobe’s app is ideal. Use it for cropping, straightening, exposure adjustments, colour effects, sharpening and more.
While the app itself is free, you’ll need the $4.99 upgrade for full functionality. All in all, Adobe Photoshop Express is a solid tool for making light photo edits on your iPhone.
Well, this ends my list of the best iOS apps, but if you’re still wanna check out the Android Apps, check out the link below:
What are your favorite iOS apps? Let me know which you think the best are in the comments below…