Below mentioned are the 11 best free apps for iPhone. Smartphones are quite expensive these days, especially when it comes to Apple’s devices. Even if you buy the lowest version iPhone XR, you still have to spend $749 — less expensive than the $999 iPhone XS of course, but still a big chunk of money. But if you want to save on your mobile budget, let’s start with free apps! The iTunes is packed with free options ready to fill up your new iPhone. Here are the 6 best free iOS apps that I think should find a place on your mobile device.
2. Otter Voice Notes
This is an advanced transcription app that automatically transcribes your work almost in real time, complete with punctuation, speaker ID, and searchable playback of your recordings, via the internal mic of your iPhone or a Bluetooth device. You can edit or fit any errors or export transcripts to text. You can also share transcripts with a group or through public, view-only links. It is a free app but a $9.99-per-month subscription can buy you up to 6,000 minutes of transcription. It’s a great aid for classes, meetings, brainstorming sessions, and instant interviews.
This is Apple‘s new Clips video app, which is an all-in-one package using which you can quickly take video clips, edit them and share them with friends, and family, or over your social media networks. Simple video controls help you make short videos without using timelines, tracks, or more complex editing tools. Using Live Titles you can also add captions or subtitles to your videos using just your voice. You can also apply a variety of filters, effects, and extras like animated emoji and speech bubbles. Smart sharing features recommend people to share your creation based on who’s in the video, or you can send the video directly to Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and other social media services.
Noted can make your iPhone into a powerful audio recording and note-taking device ideal to keep track of interviews, meetings and many other instant note-taking needs. You can also sync the recordings and their accompanying notes using iCloud organized them into notebooks, and can also search through, them with the help of time tags. On using the free noted app you can save five recordings and premium plans will offer you unlimited recording adding features like noise reduction and exporting notes to PDF.
5. Google Trips
Google Trips is a great travel assistant, starting from travel itineraries and reservations from your notification to your automatically sorted trips. Google instantly collates your flight details, hotel and car reservations, and other travel details available in your emails. This app augments that with suggestions like suggested day plans, and related local sights based on your preferences, interests and local travel tips. You can save your trip details locally to your device, allowing you to use it offline also.
Transit is yet another amazing aid to your urban travel, enabling you to plan out the fastest public transport ways to your destination. You can get several routes combining numerous transportation methods — like trains, buses, and bike-sharing. It offers real-time data on the arrival times of your bus or train, navigation, compare routes, and notifications for service line disruptions. Using this app you can also book a taxi or cab.
Discz(opens in a new tab) is a search engine for music and maladies. When you are in Feed, you can search for the most recent playlists from different users, while in Recs you can search and audition playlists completely on certain keywords.
In Recs, however, there’s a much more captivating layer. Click on the settings button and you will be able to highlight around five songs or even artists and for your own choice, whether you desire the songs to be somewhat high-energy, popular, or happy. Completely derived from your settings, the app then displays an array of albums.
Parts of the tracks play and you swipe left to disengage the ones that are bad or insignificant to you and swipe right to include a track to your customized playlist. This can still be majorly explored in Spotify – with the help of a paid or even a free account. Even though you like a separate streaming service, the browsing angle in Discz generates enough impetus to make it a must-install for searching for great new music.
Highlighted is an app for the ones who want to entrap and reminisce vital parts of the books they tend to enjoy. The highlighting bit is a piece of cake to follow: you utilize the app to scrutinize a page (or can even import a pre-existing image), as it tries to recognize where the text is. After this, you select the part you desire and can form multiple edits if the text translation seems a little peculiar.
For every highlight, you can allocate tags as well as a page number and highlight it as a favourite. The salient view lets you instantly search books manually or search highlights in the form of terms or tags. The app’s validity is factored by its sophisticated sense of design: sleek, functioning and yet welcoming. This app is on the store for free and is quite a bounteous bargain for anyone eager to recall the key parts of books they read.
At face value, Graphite by BeCasso is another one of those free apps that can transform your photos into a doppelganger of art. In this particular case, it’s everything about sketching, with a knowledge of colour, automatically transitioning even the most insipid snap into quite an incredible integration of wacky pencil work, pens, as well as paints.
Just like any other artistic app, the results can be quite mechanical, however, the results here are some of the best that can be viewed on an iPhone. Better than that, they can be played around to some extent as well. Click on the Edit tab and you will be able to make enough adjustments that can extremely update the viewing experience of your picture.
Dig deep into your wallet and spend for the monthly IAP via which you can take things a lot more forward, even playing around with the strokes brushed personally by the virtual artist.
Strut welcomes you to unravel an augmented world which was figured out by exploring the real one.
The app’s map begins with life inundated in billions of tiles. As you drive, walk, or cycle (just as the app suggests) either by riding a goat or being a part of a hot air balloon ride, areas underneath the tiles come to light. The more parts you open, the more virtual medals the app adds to your inventory of a person.
However, beyond the accomplishments and maps, there’s better mild gamification with the help of leaderboards. You will be able to view your tile count as you head over to the score page along with your maximum number of tiles unravelled in a single day. It also offers your position in your country, visited cities, and states. With the help of the players’ tab, you can also stand your ground against your friends or even multiple nearby Strut stutters.
Tankee is another video-streaming platform specially created for kids who have an inclination toward videos about gaming. It desists the appearance of social networking as well as comments, and also, more importantly, has a genuine person peruse every video that’s available on the app.
The drawback is that this restricts Tankee to just a couple hundred hours of content (even though this is increasing all the time); however, you can at the very least rest assured that the videos will be age-restricted, and the algorithms won’t make incorrigible suggestions after your kid has dived deep into some Minecraft tips.
Everything can be searched for free, right off the bat. Build an account and your kid can pick an avatar, save its favourites, subscribe to channels, and tap on smiley buttons instantly when they favour a certain piece of a video.
Above-listed are some of the most popular and extremely useful Google apps that they offer to iPhone owners! Although the list is too long but above listed are the most useful and essential to find a place on your mobile.