If you are anything like me sometimes decisions are hard, especially when it comes to how to use the precious space on your phone. The last thing you want to do is have no room for photos of memories or important things like your email or iMessage. It’s hard. So that means you must use good judgment when it comes to your apps! I also understand that when you pay money for an app your grow attached. But if it’s a bad app and – excuse my language – total bullshit, then delete it! A dollar isn’t worth cluttering your phone!
Without further delay here are my picks for the top apps you need on your iPhone.
If you’re trying to stay fit and healthy, then this app is definitely a must. You can keep track of your food and exercise as well as water intake via this app. Plus, it measures your steps! It also measures how much you exercise and adds to your calorie intake per day depending on how many calories you’ve burned! So if you go crazy at the gym it encourages you to eat more calories!
You can also set goals for yourself over several months and the app will help you achieve those!
Never go to a terrible restaurant again with Yelp! This app is great for deciding to wear to eat, drink, and go out! I love to use this app when I travel to unfamiliar cities.
The app can also help you find a mechanic that won’t rip you off or a salon that’s clean and professional.
Just watch out for reviews made out of spite, one bad review doesn’t mean that a whole establishment is garbage.
While Ticketmaster might feel like the natural choice for a ticketing app, I actually prefer EventBright. Sure, there won’t be as many tickets on EventBright as Ticketmaster, but I’ve found most of my events are on there!
It makes buying and keeping tickets easier because you don’t have to worry about losing a physical ticket!
When it comes to streaming music I prefer Spotify over all other streaming apps. I personally pay for premium but the free version is just as good!
Come on, everyone needs to know what’s going on in the world. I personally love the New York Times (and their crossword!), but if they’re not your newspaper of choice, make sure that you download whichever makes sense for where you live.
However, the NYT will let you save articles for offline reading! This is great if you’re often on trains during your commute to work and lose signal sometimes.