Top 10 Apps Every iOS User Should Download
The app store is a chaotic place. With millions of apps available, the competition is fierce and even popular apps are often buried in an obscure corner, without any chance of being discovered. We've talked about the importance of having a good icon and screenshots for your app, but what about the app name? The app name is the first thing a user sees when browsing the app store so it's important to make an impact.
Clear is the app I use to keep my list of tasks in order. The name is an obvious reference to what it does. The app is a very simple to-do list app, but it does a lot more besides. One of the main reasons I like it is because of the clever design, and how you can arrange tasks in order of importance. Clear is an app that I use every day and would definitely recommend it.
2. The Hit List
The Hit List is an app that I don't actually use anymore, but it was the first app I ever downloaded. I got the idea from a friend who recommended it while we were working on a school project back in 2011. The idea behind The Hit List is that you use it to keep track of your projects and check them off as you complete them. I found the app very useful, but when I changed schools I didn't really have the need for it anymore.
Drafts is an app that I use every day. It's a very simple app that allows you to quickly jot down notes and later export them to other apps for further editing. The app is very convenient because you don't have to exit the app to do anything. I use it to keep track of ideas for blog posts, and I use it to keep track of all the songs I want to use in my DJ sets. The app is very versatile and can be used for any kind of text input. I would definitely recommend it.
4. Google Drive
Google Drive is the app that I use to keep track of all my documents. I'm a big believer in cloud storage and sometimes I even use it to keep track of all my photos. I like that Google Drive is a very flexible app and that it allows you to share documents with other people.
Dropbox is a very similar app to Google Drive, and I use both apps to keep track of all my documents. I prefer Google Drive simply because I find it easier to share documents with other people. I would recommend both apps though, as they're both very useful.
LastPass is a very handy app to keep track of all your passwords. You can use it to store all your login details for every site you use. This saves you from having to remember all your passwords. The app is free to use, but if you upgrade to the premium version you get some extra features.
Chrome is the app I use to access my Google homepage. I find it very convenient because I can access my favourite sites directly from my homepage. I know there are other apps out there such as iCab, but I find Chrome is the best.
8. Google Translate
Google Translate is a very useful app for people who are studying a foreign language. You can use it to translate between any two languages and it comes with a lot of different features. I've used it many times when I've been abroad and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn a new language. You can also use it to translate foreign menus so you can find the food you want to eat.
9. Google Drive Photo Stream
Google Drive Photo Stream is the app I use to keep track of my photos. I like using it because it works seamlessly with the Google Drive app. The app is very convenient because it automatically uploads all your photos to the cloud and you can access them from anywhere. You can also share photos with other people.
10. Dropbox Photo Stream
Dropbox Photo Stream is the app I use to keep track of my photos. It's very similar to the Google Drive photo stream app, but I prefer it because it's easier to share photos with other people using this app.
You Should Download
If you're an iOS user, there's a lot of apps out there that you should try. There's a lot of apps that are great for improving your productivity, or simply making your life easier in general. I hope you've found this list helpful. If you have any suggestions for other apps you think iOS users should try, leave a comment below. If you enjoyed this article, please share it with your friends!
That's all for this week, I'll see you in next week's article!