7 Useful iPhone Apps

If you’ve decided to buy a new iPhone or refresh old one with the new and interesting apps, we have a suggestion for a few very useful apps.

 

  1. Kik

A free chat application that surpassed Facebook Messenger and Skype.  You are now wondering why it’s special or different from other apps. Because it doesn’t require personal information such as first or last name or your phone number. To use this app, you need to enter your username or nickname so that other users can find it.

 

  1. Hulu

Watch TV shows and movies online,  stream TV episodes of your favorite show after airing on TV. Great application for legal transfer of new, classic, domestic and foreign TV shows.

 

  1. Outlook

Effortless email and calendar. Whether it’s staying on top of your inbox or scheduling the next big thing, Outlook makes it easy to be productive, organized and connected, whether you are at home, at work or anywhere in between.

 

  1. Pocket Casts

Podcasts have become one of the best forms of entertainment around, but it’s tough keeping track of the ones you like, ditching episodes you’re not interested in, or even managing what you want to hear. Pocket Casts is one of the best apps for helping you organize your podcasts, but you’ll need to experiment with it a bit to get it to work for you.

 

  1. The Pear Personal Coach

The Pear Personal Coach app is among the best fitness apps you’ll find. The app has a wealth of workout routines, everything from outdoor runs to at-home resistance training, and each has an audio track of a real coach who talks you through the motions. You can pipe in your own music, too, which dials down automatically whenever the coach is speaking. The app works best when you wear a heart rate monitor, though it’s not required. There’s even a calibration workout, a run, that finds your lactic threshold and customize your heart rate training in all the workouts based on your personalized number

 

  1. Twitch

A popular application among young people who love games. You can watch live streams of the video games and activities you love, and chat with streamers and other viewers, from anywhere, anytime.  Twitch has recently replaced YouTube on the gaming channel view.

 

  1. SoundCloud

SoundCloud is the world’s largest music and audio streaming platform with over 150 million songs and growing each day. With a large number of new artists and musicians who are constantly creating new music, SoundCloud is the place where you can find future great artists.

 

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