8 best iPhone apps you should have 2017

We all have iPhones and if you are looking to spice yours up a little more we have 10 of the best iPhone apps here to give you a hand. These apps are cool and will help with everyday activities. They range from passwords to social media. Check out these top 10: –
8] 1Password
This is a free app. Remembering a unique password for all your different apps and services is a tough task as you are using so many unique passwords. 1Password’s new mobile version syncs with the desktop app to help keep your accounts safe by creating and storing a different secure password for all the services you use — all you have to remember is one password.
7] Emolfi
Powered by AI, Emolfi can recognise emotion and style your selfie accordingly. Stop for a moment and make a selfie: (Bang) you’re a devil burning with anger; (Bang) you’re an angel in a rainbow sky; (Bang) a ghost completely lost in the dark woods. Emolfi adopts the magic of neural networks to identify emotions, replace the background and apply style transfer filters to your photos. This mumbo-jumbo means that your usual selfies would turn into whole new images, reflecting your current mood. And did we mention that they will look awesome?!
6] Instapaper
Save all of the interesting articles, videos, cooking recipes, song lyrics, or whatever else you come across while browsing. With one click, Instapaper lets you save, read, and manage the things you find on the Internet. Instapaper syncs the articles and videos you save so that they’re waiting for you on all your devices – iPhone, iPad, Android, or Kindle. You can read anything you save, anywhere and anytime you want, even offline. Find that great quote you want to remember and share? Instapaper makes it easy to highlight and comment on text in any article so you can easily store it, retrieve it, quote it and share it.
5] MultiTimer

One of the most simple, versatile and powerful timer-app that allows you to set multiple timers at once and keep track their progress easily.

Create, label and reuse timers for anything what’s happening in your regular life – cooking chicken,  doing the laundry, cleaning the house, taking a break during a busy working day, reading a favourite book or writing an article, playing chess or timed quizzes, even therapeutic treatments.

MultiTimer is a perfect tool for arranging multi-tasks by applying interval and pomodoro timers or making a group of timers adding extra workspaces with custom grid of timers.

4] Doorman
3] Snapchat
2] Evernote
Create a project to-do list. Jot down a reminder. Or snap a picture of a sketch. A note can be anything you want it to be. And once you make a note, it’s accessible wherever you go, forever. Capture a note once, and it’s instantly available on all your devices. Never worry about where you saved something because it’s in Evernote, and Evernote is wherever you are. Whether it’s text, images or documents, you keep things for a reason. That’s why Evernote makes sure the notes you’ve saved are easy to find. You can even search for handwritten words buried deep within your notes.
 Share what matters with the people who matter to you. Capture life’s little moments and share them from wherever you happen to be. Or share big ideas by collaborating seamlessly with co-workers in a group notebook.
1] Spotify
Spotify is the best way to listen to music, free on mobile or tablet. Search for any track, artist or album and listen for free. Create and share playlists, or find curated lists for every genre, mood and activity. Discover new music, videos and podcasts that you’ll love. Tune in to hundreds of personalised radio stations with favourite and up-and-coming artists. Stream free with ads or subscribe to Premium to go ad-free and download music to play when you’re offline. Build your biggest, best ever music collection with Spotify.
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