Top 7 Free Apps to Deck up your iPhone

There are considerable number of apps that can be used on your iPhone, these are some of the free apps that makes the top 7 on this list, If you don’t have much free time and want to know what the best apps are for an iPhone,, these are absolutely free and don’t cost you anything, here are seven of them.

Facebook

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A popular social networking website, Facebook has over one billion unique accounts. You don’t have to check your status on a desktop computer because it can be viewed when you have a WiFi connection. As an iPhone has a camera, any photographs can be instantly uploaded and shared with family and friends. Facebook is not solely for the public, millions of business are fully utilising Facebook as it is an instant way to communicate promotions.

RunKeeper

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Running is a very popular sport in the UK. However, if you’re unsure about how far you’re running or what your average speed is, you are not able to track your progress. RunKeeper can help because this app enables you to find out how long you have run for and also what your speed is. RunKeeper also informs you about how many calories you’ve burnt off. When you want to tell your friends about your run, it can be posted onto Facebook.

Dropbox

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If you want to transfer sizeable documents onto your iPhone, this is possible because of Dropbox. Files can be put into a folder on your iPhone so they can be viewed whenever you want. Dropbox is very popular with businesses who want to share large files with their employees. You don’t have to be connected to the internet in order to view documents because they can be downloaded and viewed offline.

Skype

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Enabling you to stay in touch with your loved ones, Skype has transformed the way in which the world connects with each other. Not only is the Skype app free to download but video calls can be made to anybody else who has a Skype account at no cost whatsoever. Easy to operate, the Skype app also enables you to connect to landline numbers at very reasonable rates.

Twitter

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Just like Facebook, Twitter is a very popular social networking site. If you want to read the tweets which have been sent by your friends in your lunch break, this is possible. Easy to navigate, you can also tweet when you are travelling and it won’t cost a penny. Over the years Twitter has become an invaluable marketing tool, millions of businesses use it world wide as a constant flow of information between them and their customers,

Wikipanion

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Although the information on its web pages might not be accurate, Wikipedia is the first website which many web users refer to when they want to find out something. The Wikipanion app enables you to look at hundreds of millions of pages wherever you are in the world. If you want to view web pages when you are not connected to the internet, you can by bookmarking them. Consequently, a considerable number of web pages can be viewed when you don’t have a WiFi connection.

AroundMe

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A very useful app which costs nothing, AroundMe points out local amenities and anything else which you want to know about. If you want to know where the nearest cinema or pub is, AroundMe can tell you its address. You don’t have to look at a map when you want to know where the nearest car park is because AroundMe can tell you instead.

If you have an iPhone, you won’t have to spend a lot of money on apps because a considerable number of them don’t cost a penny.

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