If you’re planning to get a renewed iPhone from Teckzu, you’ll possibly want to install some new apps on it.
With millions of apps existing, your device will unquestionably become an essential part of your day-to-day life.
Nonetheless, finding the greatest apps among the millions available isn’t easy, and so we’ve done the hard work for you.
Our lists assemble the very best the iPhone has to offer, whether using your iPhone for photos, video, drawing, music, office tasks, reading, maps, weather forecasts or keeping kids entertained.
Tweetbot shows you the tweets of the people you follow, in the order that they tweeted them.
There are no ads or sponsored tweets, powerful mute filters to block out undesirable noise, and no announcements to constantly ping you to come back to the app.
It makes using Twitter far less painful.
If you don’t have a password manager, get one.
Password managers make it easy to practice good password habits, like using long and complex passwords that are unique to every service and site.
With iOS 12, Apple made password managers even better—they can automatically fill in passwords and forms in more places, including in apps, and you can authenticate with Face ID or Touch ID.
Whether you’re trying to lose weight, get in shape, or just live a healthier life, the one thing that has been proven to work time and again is keeping a food journal.
Counting calories and nutrients is a pain, but MyFitnessPal makes it easy.
It has a huge database of common foods and you can just scan the barcode of almost any packaged food item to add it to your daily count.
Prisma is a photo editor app that creates amazing photo effects by transforming your photos into paintings using so-called art filters.
Shazam is an Apple-owned mobile application used to identify songs based on a small sample using the microphone inside a user's device.
The application identifies content by creating a digital fingerprint based on a time-frequency graph known as a spectrogram to match the sample with content in Shazam's database.
6. Among us
Play online or over local Wi-Fi with 4-10 players as you attempt to prep your spaceship for departure, but beware as one will be an impostor bent on killing everyone!
Crewmates can win by completing all tasks or discovering and voting the impostor off the ship.
Over 3000 Tasty recipes now at your fingertips!
This app serves as your very own mobile cookbook, and an innovative Search tool that allows you to filter by any ingredients, cuisine, and social occasion you're in the mood for!
Whether you’re splitting the internet bills with roommates or splitting a tab at a bar, everyone has to pay someone else back at some point.
Venmo makes it simple, easy, and secure — and unlike Apple Pay, it works on things that aren’t iPhones, too.
9. Kindle Reader
Amazon's Kindle Reader lets you turn your iPhone into a Kindle. It allows you to download and carry all your eBooks with you, wherever you go.
The best way to build good habits is through repetition. Do something every day without fail, and it soon becomes a regular part of your life.
That's the basic idea behind Streaks, a to-do list app that focuses on tracking up to a dozen different activities that you want to turn into good habits; things you want to do every day or every other day like go to the gym, or quit smoking, or read more.
11. Carrot Weather
This app uses Dark Sky’s super accurate weather data but adds a layer of personality.
Carrot’s dialogue, characters, and scenery changes are a fun way to get current, hourly, and daily forecasts.
12. Trip Advisor
If you're traveling, you need to use Trip Advisor to find reviews, photos, and maps about destinations.
It has over 500 million reviews and opinions.
Forget hotels. They're expensive and price rigged. Instead, use Airbnb to find an affordable vacation rental, or start earning money as a host.
Want to make a lip scrub? Check. Need Halloween party ideas? Check.
You can explore over 100 billion pins for every part of your life, and create mood boards to look back on for inspiration.
This one's great for managing your workflow — especially if your work requires collaborating with teammates or sharing information with clients.
Specifically, Trello helps you organize projects with an easy-to-use layout.
Smaller tasks can be grouped into "cards" and "boards," all of which can be assigned to groups or team members — and then assigned a due date — for an easy way to manage progress.
It’s the biggest app in the world right now, and the reason is that Houseparty makes it super easy to get in contact with friends and loved ones from the comfort of your own home.
Rather than relying on you to place calls and wait for friends to enter, Houseparty functions in a more casual way.
The first step to enjoying these apps is to get yourself a new iPhone!
Browse our collection of renewed iPhones at affordable prices from Teckzu and download these apps for your shiny and addictive new device.