So, you’ve purchased a new iPhone. Cool. You’re now wondering what free apps exactly do you need to install and get the best of your dear iPhone? don’t worry—I got you. The iPhone can do so much more than voice-to-voice or FaceTime communication. By exploring Apple’s App Store, you can discover the best free apps that turn your handset into a budget planner, encyclopedia, or language-learning tool.
Here are some of the coolest and useful free apps for iPhone you need to have.
- Google Drive
Google Drive gives you 15GB of storage free to start, and it directly supports Google’s entire product portfolio. You can see your Google Photos or Google Docs files, for instance, and invite others to view, edit, or leave comments.
We all know how irritating ads can be, and when it comes to mobile web, they eat up your time and data. It’s now possible to throw off the yoke of privacy-compromising trackers, pop-over ads, and the like with iPhone ad blockers. After installation, you just have to open Settings, tap Safari, then Extensions, and Enable all their extensions, and you’re good to go.
- Chipper Cash
Chipper Cash works by allowing a window for transactions—sending, receiving, and requesting money. It can be within or outside your country of residence. I made a detailed article about this app here. You can run one’s eye over it.
The truth is, in today’s increasingly interconnected and interdependent world, proficiency in other languages is a vital skill that gives you the opportunity to engage with the world in a more immediate and meaningful way. With Duolingo, a free language-learning mobile app you can learn over 30 languages. Yes—now you can learn that Swahili and Arabic since it was on your New year’s resolutions.
From the makers of TikTok comes CapCut, an accessible, but surprisingly powerful, mobile video editor. With it, you can import and rearrange videos and photos using the intuitive touch interface. In addition, the stock asset library and preset templates make it easy to edit your raw materials into something that’s sure to go viral
Spotify is like Apple Music, only it’s not tied to Apple devices, and there is a freemium tier that lets you listen to stations and playlists with ads.
Netflix is the king of streaming services. If you’re a movie fanatic like me, definately this app will do you good. For a monthly subscription fee, you get access to Netflix Originals, plus many more movies and shows.
Also: How to watch Netflix for free(without signing up)
Xender is for sharing and transferring files with high speed and uninterrupted connection. It’s easy to understand and offers several features so that you can share almost any kind of file offline or through a private message.
- Safe Boda
Just like Uber and Bolt, with Safe Boda you can get a ride in a snap of a finger and move around the city to your desired destinations.
- JiJi Uganda
Jiji.ug is the best place to sell and buy anything (mostly used items) to real people. Personaly I’ve made some business deals with several individuals on this app.
Keep checking back, as we update this list regularly!