Your iPhone is only as great as the apps you have on it. Finding great apps on the App Store can be quite challenging, which is why I’ve compiled four best free iPhone apps for you to try. Enjoy!
Best Free iPhone Apps
1. Apollo for Reddit
Reddit is a very useful platform of knowledge and opinion that I use on my
There are forums for everything, no matter how niche. Some of my favorite subreddits are r/Apple, r/iPhone, and r/iOS. Apollo is a Reddit client that works a lot better than the original Reddit app.
Ever since I discovered Apollo (which, ironically, was recommended to me by a Reddit app user,) I haven’t looked back. The app has a clean user interface, and navigating the app is far way easier when compared to Reddit app. The app allows you to choose between different app icons and themes for the app, as well as other cosmetic settings and usability features.
If you use Reddit, you should definitely give Apollo a try.
If you ever want to edit photos on your
, VSCO might be the only app you’ll ever need. The app offers you multiple great-looking filters and a super simple yet functional editing tool which makes it the best photo editing app in the market.
If you don’t want to edit your photos manually, you can simply use one of the filters built into the app. With a tap, your photos can be transformed from boring to amazing.
In case you’re looking to touch up your photos in a simple way, VSCO is worth a serious look.
The inbuilt iOS Calendar app is plain and not very feature-rich. I discovered Fantastical a few years ago and has used it as my default calendar app since. Fantastical not only looks better than the iCal app, but it offers fantastic features that’ll speed up your calendar workflows and make your life a little bit easier.
Fantastical offers support for “natural language input”, a feature which allows users to enter a calendar item (and all its information) in one single line. Let’s say you type “Pick up dry cleaning at 6 pm”, Fantastical automatically sets the title to “Pick up dry cleaning” and the time to 6 pm. As such, you don’t have to manually type in the information, but can instead treat Fantastical as an assistant that types it out for you.
You might already know that finding great wallpapers is not easy. Most of the wallpaper apps in the App Store are plain and barebones. I like having a completely black wallpaper on my home screen but something stunning to display on my lock screen. Vellum is a super unique wallpaper app that regularly curates high-quality wallpapers by incredibly talented graphic designers and artists.
I trust you enjoyed this quick list of four best iPhone apps. If you found this article helpful, please share it with your friends and comment with your own app suggestions!