Just got your iPhone 11? It’s time to download some apps! The App Store can be an intimidating place, and with all the apps and games in the store, parsing through it one by one and assessing what’s hot and not is an impossible job. You’d have to take a significant chunk of your life to make it happen.
That’s why it’s always nice when the apps you ought to try are served at you in a silver platter. And this is the article that will do just that. From top games to useful apps for productivity, we’ve got you covered. So sit back, prepare your phone’s memory and download these apps for your pleasure:
One of the best writing apps today, the mobile version delivers what the main desktop app does best: pure writing experience. Stripped down to the basics, this app takes the writing experience to the next level, without distractions and the tools that crowd the typical word processors.
While there are many writing apps in the App Store, like the famous Pages by iWork, they don’t have the simplicity of iA Writer. There’s just no beating it, even with the Grammarly word count tool. You also get a dark mode, which is especially stunning in the OLED screens of the Pro models.
The classic scrabble game is back with a vengeance, and this time around, it’s a direct recreation of the game that we all know and loves. You need to have an account to start, and we recommend that you use your Facebook to log in so that you can directly invite friends. Plus, when you do, you’ll know which of your friends are already playing! Neat, right?
You can play with your friends or a random opponent, or train with a robot. Once you’re playing, you take turns just like the classic game, but the app doesn’t require you to put in a word in a limited time. Instead, you can take all the time you need. But don’t take too long as well, since once your opponent nudges you, they can force forfeit you.
Kode is not your typical browser. It’s a video browser. And a powerful one at that. It has its private connection, and you can store and download any video that you find online directly to the browser’s file manager. Plus, it’s passcode protected, so you won’t have to worry about your downloads when there are prying eyes.
The best part? The browser is free, so you won’t have to worry about recurring monthly fees. Of course, the caveat is that now and then, you come across some paid advertisements. But honestly? For the services you get – it’s pretty much a win-win.
A few years after its launch, Pokemon Go is better than ever. There are more Pokemon in the wild as Niantic just released the fourth region in the series. The Legendary Raid Hour is also a hit – it’s an after class or works special where you can get legendary Pokemon’s when you battle alongside fellow Pokemon trainers.
Right now, it’s all about Team Rocket taking over, which means you get the chance to fight a new member of the Pokemon-abducting group to save the critters they’ve poisoned. If you haven’t started playing the game, there is no better time to start than now. And you better level up fast, because you’ll have some catching up to do!
For years now, iPhone apps have been the gold standard when it comes to integration, polish, and overall finesse. While Android apps have caught up, and sometimes are made better, the App Store is still the one to beat in sheer number and variety. So go ahead, indulge yourself with these apps!
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