Essential Apps for every iphone user?
Is there a list/sticky/site that lists the general apps every iphone user shouldn't be without? Like a battery app, calender app, better camera app etc? I tried to search tipb but found alot of personal preferences, which I realize is something relatively unavoidable. I searched google, but most lists are lists geared to specific genres (like for healthcare, photographers, journalists, bloggers etc).
I was just hoping to find a startup type of list. Maybe something that most iphone users agree every iphone needs to have installed? Maybe I am just imagining something that doesn't exist but I figured I would ask anyway....
- 12-16-2011, 11:42 PM #2
- 12-17-2011, 08:29 AM #3
I kind of figured that. I just thought maybe there was some kind of general list. I guess not necessarily saying a specific app per se but a type of app or even a suggestion. Something like: for reasons X-Y-Z every iphone user should have a ____________ app, and here's a sample of as good one. Not sure if that kind of clarifies what I was looking for or makes it seem more confusing?
- 12-17-2011, 11:08 AM #5
I posted a general "must have" list (for me) on another thread... Here are my favorites:
Xfinity TV / TV Guide
The Weather Channel
If you have any questions about what those apps do, let me know!
- 12-17-2011, 12:31 PM #6
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- 12-18-2011, 12:47 AM #9iPhone Beginner
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I'm not big on apps. But here are some apps that I use on a daily basis and some that I use once in a while.
Feeddler RSS Reader Pro
Read It Later Pro
Motion X GPS Drive
- 12-18-2011, 09:15 AM #10
And these last two posts exemplify what we meant earlier - you'll get people just listing their favorites. Out of the two posts, I only use 4 apps between them, and wouldn't recommend but one as a must-have. (Must-haves, IMO, don't include games.)
Ok, thanks for the info everyone.
I guess I am just used to the way things were with BB (eg: the majority of users would recommend having a battery optimizing app, "quick pull" app instead of having to physically pull the battery for a reset etc etc). I guess the fact that theres no must have apps for every iphone is a good thing. It means theres no common issues across the whole platform that require apps to help solve.
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