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Sunday, 13 January 2013

10 Essential iPhone apps for your Iphoen

These are 10 very essential apps which should be in your i phone.

Brewster (free)

The Brewster iPhone app may be one of the most visually appealing contact managers you'll find, tapping into multiple social networks for images of people you know. It insists on having access to your iPhone Contacts and either Twitter or Facebook to work, though, which may be a showstopper for anyone who is anti-social networks. Brewster puts faces to names in an interface you can explore, though. That design choice may lead you to waste time (I got sucked into looking for pictures of people I didn't recognise), or it may aid your memory if you're someone who remembers people by their faces rather than company affiliation, location, or name. If you want to check out our full review of this app, head over here.

Dashlane (free, optional full subscription)

Dashlane is a simple and elegant password manager app for the iPhone that also adds auto-complete so you don't have to retype the same information over and over again. Like any password manager, you need to set one strong password for your Dashlane account, and all other passwords can be generated and saved automatically. The app is free to download and use, but you'll hit some limitations with the free version – notably, it doesn't log you into sites automatically without a Premium account, which costs $4.99 (£3) per month or $39.99 (£25) per year (or you can pay with loyalty-like points by referring friends to sign up for the service, too). Most importantly, Dashlane is extremely secure, keeping your information private and encrypted.

Evernote (free)

Everyone will tell you to download Evernote, but few are able to put into words why it is such an amazing service. The problem with convincing someone of Evernote's worth is it is a uniquely personal tool. Everyone uses it differently. To summarise, the free iPhone app synchronises notes of all kinds, like text notes, audio recorded notes or voice memos, and pictures, and then makes them all highly searchable. It doesn't sound exciting, but the moment you figure out your own use case for Evernote, I swear you will never look for a replacement (the company highlights different use cases on the Evernote blog; do have a browse of the site). The app excels as a pared-down word processing program, and Evernote integrates with dozens of other iPhone apps. When it comes to staying organised, keeping track of ideas, and writing things down, Evernote for iPhone does the heavy lifting for you.

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