As an IOS user, following are the apps that has helped me with lots of things. I hope you find it helpful.
- WPS Office: This app is free available both on IOS and android. This app is very useful for students, business man. This app is useful for editing, reading all kinds of files, can be used to edit, for viewing a presentation, pdf, etc. It is all in one apps that makes a life easier.
- Umano: With Umano, you can easily listen to any articles from the world’s best publishers and bloggers narrated by a voice-actors. Whether commuting, working out at the gym, or cooking at home, Umano keeps you a company and lighten up your day.
- Adobe Photoshop Lightroom: With a Lightroom you can easily retouch and refine the photos.With Lightroom, organize, edit, and share your photos from anywhere — on your computer, on the web, on your iPad, and on your iPhone or Android device.
- POP – Prototyping on Paper: POP is one of the easiest way to quickly make a prototype. Draw your idea on paper, take a picture of your drawings, and finally link each screen in POP. You will have a working prototype within minutes.
- Frontback: Frontback takes a unique spin on the photo taking experience. Take a photo with the front camera, another with the back camera, and share them both in a single image.
- Dropbox: Dropbox’s cloud service lets you store and sync files online, so they’re accessible from multiple computers. And with the company’s free iPhone app, you can access your Dropbox files. It’s a reliable and user-friendly offering. But Dropbox has an ace up its sleeve in the form of Photo Uploads.
- Google Maps: To be honest, IOS map is not that good. Google’s alternative is excellent, accurate, and also bundles the useful Street View, for checking out routes before a long and unfamiliar journey. Smartly, it’ll also work offline, too, if you download chunks of map to your device