I am attached to my iPhone and seriously, with my new Belkin Clip-Fit armband (review coming soon) it’s literally attached to me all the time. So, I though I would share with you my top 6 iphone apps I use and love the most, excluding email and social media of course!
I use the free version of Evernote but there is an upgraded version if you are will to pay a monthly fee. This is probably the most used of all iPhone apps and I use it mostly for work relate things. I store work instructions, important notes, and reminders under the Notes section. When I need to retrieve a file, I simply use the search feature (since I’ve have so many notes stored) and I quickly come up with my notes. Using the same log in information, you can access or add files from you iPad, iPhone or desktop. If the note is long (as in a work procedure) I simply use my desktop version since it’s easier to type from my laptop. You can also share files with other Evernote users easily.Evernote, Waterlogue and Moca Deco are among my favorite iPhone apps! Which ones are yours? Click To Tweet
Waterlogue is not a free iPhone app but it was very inexpensive. I have mentioned this app before. It turns your regular photos into realistic looking water colours. I could play with this app all day! I have used it on many occasions to create blog post art for my blog!
Moca Deco is a fun app that allows you to add decorations and text to your photos. I find this app especially useful to use before I post to Instagram. In case you need more reasons to love it, it’s fast and easy to use
Spotify is a hot music streaming app. There is a free version and of course the upgraded version where you pay a monthly subscription. In Canada there was an introductory offer for 3 months subscription for $0.99 so I plunged and tried the paid version. I.Love.It. In the monthly subscription version you can download all the songs you want and listen to them later without using up your precious data. This comes in handy for runners since you can make your playlist ahead of time and listen to your music worry free while out on your run.
OK, this one is for the ladies only! iPeriod is a great iPhone app that tracks your menstrual cycle. This is one of the first apps I downloaded when I first got my iPhone years ago. It was quite useful when I was trying to conceive as well! I could track my fertile days, my body temperature and the other fun stats that are related to hormonal shifts. I also suffer from migraines which are triggered by my hormones, so it has helped me to predict and control my migraines.
WCS (Welland Canal Scedule)
The WCS app is for the locals! When you live in Niagara, you risk being “bridged” at any of the 8 Welland Canal bridges along the canal as seen in the image above. Although there is the Skyway overpass that was built to keep the traffic moving when the ships are creeping and and down the Welland Canal Locks, it’s more convenient to drive through the regular roads as long as you don’t get stopped at a crossing. The WCS app was developed so that you can quickly reference the schedule to see when bridges will be lifted to allow the boats to go through. Before I leave work, I check the schedule to determine which route I’ll take home!
THere you have it, my list of 6 most used/loved iPhone apps. Which iPhone app could you not live without?