If you find that you’re running out of things to stream, here are 4 iOS apps to expand your streaming potential for your favorite shows, music and TV series.
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Celebrities create iOS apps all the time, but they’re not necessarily worth using. Here are a few celebrity apps that are actually fun and useful!
Finally ready to abandon your parents’ basement? These iOS apps will help you to move out and survive life on your own. You may even learn to feed yourself!
Want to make your home smarter without spending an arm and a leg? Check out the Orvibo Smart Home Kit and enter to win one for yourself!
Does your iPhone take horrible pictures? Want to make them look better? Here are four iOS apps to improve your iPhone’s camera quality.
Looking for an Evernote alternative thanks to their not-so-user-friendly policy update? Zoho Notebook for iOS is a great contender and has better features.
Currently, there isn’t an option to play Pokemon Go in Landscape Mode on your iPhone. However, this quick tip uses a workaround to change that.
Polymail is a great email client for Mac and iOS. It has unique features like tracking, scheduling, snoozing, send cancellation and one-click unsubscribe. Check it out.
DeskConnect is an app that lets you send files between Mac and iOS devices. From text to clipboard contents to websites links to map locations to documents, it has you covered.
Many of us would love to donate to charities but can’t afford to. Luckily, with these apps you don’t need to spend a penny to donate to a charity.
Looking for a quick and easy way to organize your email on your iOS device? Morning Mail will help you to reach zero inbox with just a few swipes.
If you’ve been looking for a way to exercise and get healthy, even on the go, you’ll love the Zova app. It’s a beautiful personal trainer for iOS.
ThingThing is a mobile keyboard app that lets you quickly share files. It can access your cloud files, animated GIFs, & images from Facebook and Instagram.
Looking for a fun reminder and to-do app for both Mac and iOS? Meet Doo, an app that aims to make productivity fun for its users.
Dirt meets data with Gro: an iOS app for smart gardening. It knows what to grow in your yard and helps you along the way. Check it out.
We’ve just lost the popular Mailbox email app thanks to Dropbox shutting it down. If you were a user, here are several Mailbox alternatives for iOS that you can try.
Managing a personal budget doesn’t have to be such a chore. If you’re looking for an easy way to manage it on your mobile device, check out Wally.
MiMo Keyboard for iOS came up with a way to create and share emojis using your own pictures. It’s only limited by your imagination. Here’s how it works.