15 iOS Apps You Should Download Today
Billed as “a timer that will track and increase your productivity without burnout,” Focus Keeper is more than a simple stopwatch app.
As one of the few free PDF converters available in the iOS App Store, smartSCAN allows users to turn any document into a PDF file with just their iPhone.
Google Drive’s word processing functionality has been spun out into a new app called Google Docs. Does it rival Word? Yes it does.
The SquareOne app does an admirable job of silencing the noise of an everyday inbox.
Mindly is a simple yet elegant solution for those who often find themselves with sudden bursts of inspiration and need a place to map their thoughts together.
FoxScanner is an efficient document scanning app that lets you convert your papers to PDF files with your iPhone’s camera, among other tricks.
Humin is an ambitious piece of software that wants no less than to replace your iPhone’s traditional phone app and contacts list.
Sunrise Calendar is a free calendar app that’s simple to use and easy on the eyes. It integrates lots of info from other popular apps.
For all of the advances note-taking apps have made over the years, good old fashioned Post-it notes have continued to (literally) stick around, and they’ve finally joined the digital world with this app.
Vhoto — Photos from Video
Professional photographers may not understand why regular folks don’t worry about composition, but surely the average picture-taker of the “point and shoot” variety can see the inherent value of having an application that pretty much does all that for you.
If you’re a compulsive shutterbug but a picky editor who spends way too much time weeding out all those undesirable blurry pics, Flic may be the ideal app for you.
Already an insanely popular camera app, Camera Plus from Global Delight Technologies has been revamped specifically for iOS 8.
Hyperlapse from Instagram
Instagram’s Hyperlapse app has perhaps heralded what looks to be a brand new age in smartphone photography: the ability to record super-smooth time lapse videos that won’t give your audience motion sickness.
Google Photo Sphere
Originally only available on Android, Google’s Photo Sphere app now allows iOS users to see what all the fuss is about, in stunningly immersive, 360-degree clarity.
BoothPic – Best Photo Editor
BoothPic – Best Photo Editor is one among a legion of new photo editing apps that offer diverse tools in an easy to use platform that can appeal to users of basic to intermediate skill levels … and possibly beyond.
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