I have prepared a list of applications that I use on my iPhone; the following list does not include all applications I’m using, but only those which can seem to be interesting for some of you.
FirefoxVery long-awaited iPhone app is Firefox, which is mostly valuable for its quick and easy synchronizing of browsing history, so I can continue my work on smartphone.
SkypeI think it’s the only application that hasn’t disappointed me in video calls; I can talk for long hours without any problems.
TelegramFor the last several months I’ve managed to persuade most of my friends to use Telegram. This app is simple, quick, grows up rapidly and seems to be safe.
LastpassMy friend recommended me some time ago LastPass – from that moment I use it for about four years. It’s the only one program in which I keep all my passwords; I use it both on PC and iPhone. This application really makes my life easier now.
eBayI don’t want to advertise eBay here, but it’s probably the only online shop, in which I can get everything I want. I use this app almost everyday.
Boxcar 2For a long time I had been looking for a comfortable and simple RSS reader and I finally – I found it. Boxcar is IMHO the best one – it has push notifications about new articles. I just wanna encourage you to try it.
Google MapsI owe a lot to Google Maps – this application allows me to search for a place in a foreign land (or even in my city) and not to get lost there. If it didn’t exist, I would be lost almost everyday. Thanks, Google!
Number26A new, innovative bank that has more capabilities than common banks, option of fast paying and withdrawing money in groceries by bar code that you can generate in your smartphone. When you’ve got that bar code, the only thing is to give to cashier. There are also no fees for taking money from ATMs wherever you are. I would really recommend checking this bank to anyone.
CoinBaseFor those, who are interested in Bitcoin, I can recommend CoinBase – it’s quick and easy way to buy and sell bitcoins, all you have to do ist just to connect your bank account or credit card – that’s it. Isn’t it easy?
SpotifyAs we know, everyone needs some time to relax – and music is the best way to do this. I have been using Spotify since two years and it’s the only application I use everyday for several hours. I’ve tested Apple Music, but I’d rather keep listening to music on Spotify instead of on that fruity app.
NetflixEvery single time I have, I spend on Netflix. Year ago I watched all the seasons of Dr. Who in only two weeks. No, I’m not a nolife! Maybe a bit… How much?