Sometimes, navigating the iOS App Store can be more difficult than finding the core of the Death Stare — with fairly equal stress levels involved. How are you supposed to know what you want or need when the choices round up well over a million?
Searching within an app category — like Productivity, Photo & Video, News, and Social Networking — can help a bit, but some things still remain confusing. But despair no more, as we’re here to help. Here are the top 5 best iPhone apps that are our favorite picks so you can stop looking for interesting apps in the black hole that is the iOS App Store.
It would be difficult to choose from all categories, so let’s focus on what your iPhone is capable to do in terms of tools that make your life more productive.
Microsoft Outlook (free)
With incredible accessibility, Microsoft has combined email, contacts, and calendars into one mail app. Do not worry any more about sorting and prioritizing your messages – Outlook can do that for you. This app can definitely be relied on for scheduling meetings, setting reminders, and attaching files across all of your accounts.
CamScanner Pro (£3.99)
We’re just wondering why in the world would anyone not want this app, seeing that it simply turns your phone into the most useful portable scanner. Besides allowing you to save documents as PDFs or image files, CamScanner Pro also provides the organizing of the files, sharing and storing, all in one.
TapeACall Pro (£7.99)
Sure, it’s not free, but do you often need to make calls that you’ll need to reference later? Then TapeACall Pro is the one you need, allowing you to record your calls, share them or just save the recording. You just need to open the app and hit record when you receive a call. It’s also incredibly easy to share it on Facebook Messenger or any other messaging platform.
Adobe Acrobat Reader (free)
Stay on top of your presentations, projects and reports by opening, viewing, and sharing PDFs directly from your iPhone. Later, you can add comments within the files, or offer feedback. Filling and signing digital forms has never been easier than through Adobe’s file reader.
Last but not least, Evernote is more than just a note-taking app – it offers you the very thing you need in order to stop fretting about switching between devices. The app also helps you clip webpages and create checklists in one uncluttered workspace.
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