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8 Very Useful iPhone Apps To Save Your Day
This article for today is all about the unbelievably useful iPhone apps. So get ready and take note of these very important and useful apps I’m going to share with you because you might need some or maybe all of them now or in the future.
The first thing I want to share about is the app called Brain.fm. It is a service that many, and even I myself, have long used and promoted. Now it sounds weird or like a fake thing but trust me it works. What it is is music that’s created by an AI that helps you focus.
You can listen to it all the time when you are doing other stuff or trying to concentrate. I was super skeptical at first but I could immediately tell a huge difference especially when paired with my favorite noise cancelling headphones.
Now don’t knock it until you’ve tried it. Give it 15 minutes and see if you don’t feel more productive. I love that there’s a bunch of different sounds to explore too from the cinema to the electronic and all points in between.
To better understand Outflow app, here are some questions for you:
- Do you want to hide the notch on your iPhone 10?
- Do you want to be way more productive?
- Do you want to automate parts of your life because you’re super lazy?
Well, this article is for you. Outflow is one of my favorite useful iPhone apps that I want to mention today and it’s awesome because it helps you track any subscriptions that you’re paying for. So Spotify, Netflix, Xbox, Live, iCloud or whatever you’re subscribed to you can track them here with the gorgeous and easy to use interface.
With outflow, you won’t get any unexpected charges and you can better understand where all your money is going without sharing your personal data which is huge with an app like mint.
Notcho is an app that takes an image, any image and turns it into something that masks the notch. Now I have to say I don’t mind the notch.
It never gets in my way I just wanted to mention it here so that if it bugs you, you can figure out how to get rid of it. I can’t decide if I like the way that nacho makes the iPhone look or not. I don’t know what do you guys think.
Now live photos on the iPhone are awesome but sometimes you want to turn them into an animation. iOS recently added the ability to loop or bounce live photos which is nice but sometimes you want to do a little bit more.
Motion stills from Google lets you create cinematic animations and movies from your live photos. What I love in this app is the part where you are being able to add multiple photos as clips to a timeline for easy sharing.
Tetra is a cool app that you might find useful every now and then. It’s an app that automatically takes notes on your phone calls so that you can actually pay attention when you’re talking to somebody. Now this could be useful for business meetings, for interviews, for spy operations, I mean the list goes on.
Now I, like you, get a lot of packages delivered and for years I’ve been using this app called deliveries to track them all but those days are actually over now. The problem with deliveries is that you have to add apps manually by hand and that’s kind of a pain.
Well I just recently stumbled upon Arrive which connects to your email and tracks your packages automatically for you, so you don’t even have to do anything.
Believe me, this is really one of the very useful iPhone apps out there. The interface looks great. I can still get notifications and since I’m lazy whenever I can be, then this definitely feels like an upgrade.
Next up is funnel which is the best way to listen to news I think ever. personally I use this to catch up on the news. It’s definitely better than radio or podcast because you can control what you listen to and the interface is just amazing.
And Plus have you ever seen a more colorful yet minimalistic design, it’s just bare-bones and straight to the point. I love to listen to it and look at it and plus there’s some cool extras on this app– like you can have that autoplay or set reminders to tell you to listen, but you will need an in-app purchase for those. Personally I think I’ll probably stick with the free plan.
Now the last thing I want to share with you about today is an app called unboxed. Obviously you love tech or you wouldn’t be here and this app is one of the best ways to not only discover new tech but to see what some of your favorite tech personalities like me are up to.
Plus, there’s a daily video show which is all kinds of interesting on several levels but it’s a lot of fun to watch and you could easily make this one of your daily habits.
So that’s it for this edition of unbelievably useful iPhone apps more to come if you let me know down in the comments below and don’t forget to subscribe to our free newsletter. Or else you will miss our new updates like this one.