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Best iPhone Apps: 10 of the best apps for iPhone

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The iPhone is great, but it would be nothing without terrific apps.

We've picked out some of the best iPhone apps for you to try, and we'll keep adding new ones. Let us know which apps we should try in the comments section below.

APP OF THE WEEK: Spending Tracker

What is Spending Tracker?

Ever been afraid of checking your bank balance, terrified of what you may (or may not) find in there? Spending Tracker is a money management app designed to help you make the most of your cash.

What's good?

It’s packed to the rafters full of features. You can choose to manage your money using a daily, monthly or yearly model, and pick from a selection of categories for expenses, such as sports and fuel. If, like myself, you enjoy a few down at the pub, you can even make your own category for drinking (lash, lash, lash).

When you rotate your phone into landscape mode, the app opens up a number of charts, displaying cash flow, bar and pie charts. These allow you to easily visualise your spending habits.

However, Spending Tracker’s most useful feature is arguably Budget Mode, which allows you to set a target that you’re not allowed to exceed. As a reward, any remaining budget is automatically carried over to the next period.

spending tracker

What's bad?

It takes a while to get familiar with, so if you want to see results, you’re going to have to put the hours in. However, the return is worth it.


Simple, yet surprisingly effective.

Download Spending Tracker now | Score: 9/10 | Price: Free | In-app purchases: Yes

Click the 'Next' arrow below to see more apps, or you may be interested in our best Android apps round-up instead.

Den Watsons

August 11, 2015, 3:14 pm

One more is a good video player and streamer with Chromecast and Dolby, check it.

Malik Heeter

August 19, 2015, 4:27 am

I can truly say that iPhone apps can always surprise us however, not all suits our own preferences of features that's why it will always been better if we can personalize or develop an app suitable to our needs. Well, iOS source code is now marketed online so it's always possible now.


September 18, 2015, 10:17 am

iArrow is another great GPS app. Sometimes you just want to have a nice big arrow telling you where to go. It works offline and helps to save your waypoints to navigate precisely to them later, displays detailed GPS info and does a lot lot more. A simple and very effective app. https://itunes.apple.com/us/ap...

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