Who doesn’t want a bunch of free useful apps that can be installed right away on your iPhone and you can start using them without any fuss or the need to give out confidential payment information?
We are constantly on the search for interesting and handy applications that will entertain, inform and help us in a certain situation. We decided to share them so you can download and enjoy them instantly and free of charge.
Find My Friends
This handy app is all about location and it allows you to locate your iPhone-owning friends or family. You only need to install this program and invite your friends to share their location. Don’t worry, you won’t be able to track or be tracked without explicit consent.
Adobe Photoshop Sketch
The Adobe Photoshop Sketch app allows you to create beautiful and expressive drawings by using natural drawing tools like watercolor brushes, pencils, pens and markers. You will be able to get all the textures and blending effects you would normally get on paper by using your iPhone.
This app is great to have when you are on a vacation or plan to have a trip because it makes exploring the world easier by organizing your essential info in one place and making it available even offline. You can also get activity suggestions based on what’s located near you, customize your daily plans and sync it with your Gmail account.
With the XE Currency app you are able to see all the world’s currencies at your fingertips, live exchange rates as well as historical data and calculate the prices instantly on your iPhone. There is also an option to set an XE Rate Alert to monitor your favorite currencies for immediate notification.
Cheatsheet is a very practical app because it provides fast access to all sorts of information that you always forget but you really need, such as hotel rooms, license plates, luggage combination, ID numbers, wifi passwords and so on. All you have to do is to write them down and then refer to them whenever you want or paste them with the custom keyboard.
Mint is a great app when it comes to saving money for an upcoming trip, paying a loan or figuring out how you overspent so much last month. Mint pulls all your accounts into one place and offers insight how and when you are spending money, reminding you for upcoming bills and gives you an option to set budget or break down your spending by category.
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