Here we have listed, in depth, apple iPhone applications that will make the usage of users phones more compatible to their everyday needs. With the help of these applications, iOS annoyances will be an upset of the past.
1. Afterlight, which costs $0.99, is an editing app that provides 15 adjustment tools, 59 filters, 66 textures, and 128 frames. Users can also crop their photos with a tool equipped with 15 presets and use a variety of other tools, including a Double Exposure feature, a rotating tool, vertical and horizontal flipping tools, and straightening. With iOS 8, Afterlight also supports extensions, and users can choose to access the app’s filters and editing tools within the iOS Photos app.
2. Camera+ provides up to six times digital zoom, enables users to set exposure separately from focus, and offers a Clarity filter to “intelligently” adjust details and add crispness. Shooting modes, scene modes, effects, and a horizon level give users better control over photos both while they’re shooting and afterward. All the photos taken in Camera+ are saved to Lightbox, which can sync with iCloud to enable users to edit photos they took with their iPhone on, for example, their iPad. You can get Camera+ for $2.99 in the App Store.
3. GroupMe, which is free in the App Store, is a Microsoft-owned group messaging app. It has native apps for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone and works on phones, tablets, and computers. And not everyone included in a group message needs to have the app — you can add anyone from your contacts list and he or she will be able to chat with the group directly over SMS. You can share photos and videos, explore all the photos in a group with a gallery view, “like” messages, share your location, use custom emoji, send direct messages, and mute notifications if some quiet time is needed away from a chatty group.
4. Telegram messenger, is also free in the App Store, and claims to be the world’s fastest messaging app. It keeps your messages secure with end-to-end encryption and the option to set messages and photos to self-destruct. You can run Telegram on your smartphone, tablet, and desktop, and you can send an unlimited number of messages, photos, videos, and files of any type. Telegram is built on the MTProto protocol to make security compatible with high-speed delivery and reliability on weak connections, and it’s built to deliver messages with the minimum number of bytes possible so that it remains reliable even on the weakest mobile connections.
5. Sicher is a secure messaging app that protects users text and media with point-to-point 2,048-bit encryption. Messages automatically self-destruct and can’t be recovered, and users set the timer for when the message will be deleted from both their phone and their contact’s phone. Sicher also features encrypted file transfer, and users can create an encrypted pass-code to log in safely. It costs $1.99.
6. Slack, which is free in the App Store, is a chat app intended for the workplace, and for some companies it is replacing both another chat app and work email. It enables users to have one-on-one and group conversations, share files, use powerful search and file archiving functions, and configure notifications across desktop, mobile, and email. Slack’s dozens of third-party integration’s supercharge the app to make our workflow simpler.