When the iPhone was first released in 2007, it created a revolution in terms of smartphones with every other major brand soon following suit. Instead of clamshells or PDAs, we could use apps.
And, Apple once again created a new and burgeoning industry for smartphones, apps and app development. It also led the way for the mobile-first trend that is prevalent today. So, if you have an iPhone then you certainly have apps. Here are some new, and older apps, you must install right now.
Mirror Emoji Keyboard
For starters, this app is free. And, it takes emojis one step further by creating a personalized emoji version of you. All you do is manually set your facial features, skin coloring, hair and more. Also, you take a simple selfie.
Then, it adds your emoji to various, funny stickers that you can share to your heart’s desire. It’s nice to know that Kim Kardashian hasn’t cornered the market on emojis. If you can’t find an emoji you like, just create your own!
Paste by FiftyThree
If there’s one thing we know and love about the iPhone is there are spanking new features with every iteration. The only issue is the latest models require a big chunk of our paychecks. Still, they are quite worth it. Instead of shelling out all your cash every year, you can always find a buyer and . One example of a business that buys and sells used iPhones is Gadget Salvation.
So, look for retailers in this field to save money on your iPhone purchases. Once you’ve done that, it’s time to install Paste by FiftyThree. If you are a mobile or field worker, this app lets you create presentations on the go. Moreover, you can paste links, images and files. Once you share your presentations, your teammates can make comments, react or add votes to your material.
If you don’t have Slack, now is the time to install it onto your phone. This is the on the app market today. Slack will sync across all devices and is even compatible with Dropbbox. It’s also a great way to .
Many of us want to eat healthier foods, but just don’t have the time or the knowledge to do so. Well, enter the free app called Kitchen Stories. This is more than just a cooking app, it offers the ability to create custom cookbooks of your favorite recipes. You get step-by-step photo instructions in 12 languages.
Time 2: Beat Procrastination
We’ve all had to deal with procrastination. We know we’ve got work to do, but we just aren’t as motivated as we should be. Imagine what your life would be like if you never procrastinated–how much could you get done? Perhaps you might have built that guest house by now or even gotten a promotion after exhibiting inspiring work ethic.
Time 2: Beat Procrastination is the follow up to Time 1. It is also one of the most popular time management apps for the iPhone. It helps you to stay focused on what you are doing. You can also try the beat the clock feature to finish a task before the timer runs out. Of course, you have to want to stop procrastinating for it to work. So, stop procrastinating and install this app!
If you appreciate art, and would like to contribute in your own way, then you should install Artstudio Pro. It offers a collaboration between photo editing and painting. It uses Apple Pencil with features such as gradients, symmetry lines, layers, image resizing and more.
Apps really do make the world go round. Without them, you would feel disconnected from your counterparts across the globe. And, Apple is the leader in terms of the most innovative and latest apps. So, start installing the suggestions above and be prepared to take the world by storm.