Free! Obtain These 9 Important iPhone Apps from 2014

What good is an iPhone with out some cool apps? We sorted by means of the flood of latest releases to seek out a number of the most enjoyable and helpful iOS apps launched in 2014.

PopKey — No one wants an animated GIF keyboard on their iPhone. However textual content conversations are much more entertaining with one. (Free)

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Confide — It is like Snapchat for adults! Ship ephemeral, screenshot-proof textual content messages that disappear after they’re despatched. (Free)

Checky — Should … cease … checking iPhone. Don’t be concerned, this app will inform precisely what number of occasions you examine your telephone a day so you possibly can reduce down in your tech habit. (Free)

Google Inbox — It takes some getting used to, however Gmail customers shall be glad they downloaded this app that bundles messages and searches emails for calendar, buy and journey info. (Free)

PetMatch — Overlook courting apps that match you with individuals. Discover cute canine and cats that must be adopted as an alternative. (Free)

Hyperlapse — No want for knowledgeable digital camera to take superb time-lapse movies. This app from Instagram can do it even when the telephone is shifting. And sure, it really works with the entrance-dealing with digital camera for selfies. (Free)

Reddit AMA (Ask Me Something) — Everybody from President Barack Obama to Madonna has participated in Reddit’s well-known Q&A boards. Now they’re all simply searchable and readable in a single app. (Free)

Microsoft Phrase — Technically, this app isn’t new. However the capacity to entry and edit Phrase paperwork with out paying for an Workplace 365 subscription was added by Microsoft earlier this month. (Free)

Acorns — Do not have an enormous wad of money to take a position? This app takes spare change from debit and bank card purchases and invests that cash in inventory portfolios of various ranges of danger. (Free)

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— Keith Wagstaff
First revealed November 14 2014, 12:30 PM