10 Must-Have Mobile Apps to Get the Most Out of Your Apple iPhone 7

10 Must-Have Mobile Apps to Get the Most Out of Your Apple iPhone 7
Transfer Data with Content Transfer
Keep Files in Order with FileMaster’s Help
Cozi Is One Big Family Organizer
Sync.Me Blocks Annoying Calls
Google’s Allo Smart Messaging App Works on iOS, Android
GoToMyPC Brings Remote Desktop Support to iOS Devices
Try Out Virtual Reality with Google Cardboard
Omvana Provides Spiritual Support
Adobe’s Photoshop Express Edits Photos
Keep an Eye on Your Money with Mint
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10 Must-Have Mobile Apps to Get the Most Out of Your Apple iPhone 7

There are plenty of applications and mobile utilities available on Apple's App Store to supplement the apps that are available on the iPhone 7 out of the box.

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Transfer Data with Content Transfer

Verizon offers a free app that’s designed to help new iPhone owners quickly move everything from photos and videos to contact information to their handsets. Content Transfer catalogs everything that’s on one device, asks users what they’d like to transfer and completes the transfer for them. It’s a nice option for new iPhone owners.

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Keep Files in Order with FileMaster’s Help

Apple has long been criticized for not offering a file manager in iOS. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. An app called FileMaster, for instance, offers complete file and folder support. Once users open the app, they can create folders and save files within them. The app also has password support so users can keep their information private. FileMaster is free.

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Cozi Is One Big Family Organizer

Cozi is one of the more popular family organizers in Apple’s App Store. The free app is essentially a social network for a family, in which users can share what they’re up to each day, create a grocery list that everyone can see and stay in touch throughout the day. The app even includes recipes for those looking to whip up something for dinner quickly.

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Sync.Me Blocks Annoying Calls

Another free app, Sync.Me, is designed for those who want to block certain numbers from calling or texting. Users simply input the number they want to block and that person will be banned from calling them. The app also includes the ability to keep contacts up to date and identify unknown phone numbers before users answer.

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Google’s Allo Smart Messaging App Works on iOS, Android

Anyone switching from Android to iOS might want to consider downloading Google Allo. The company’s relatively new smart messaging app lets users send text, video and photo messages to friends and family. Users also can annotate images and use the search giant’s virtual personal helper Google Assistant to find information online. It’s available for free.

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GoToMyPC Brings Remote Desktop Support to iOS Devices

GoToMyPC is one of the more popular ways for iPhone owners to connect with their computers at home and at work. The free app lists all a user’s computers including whether they’re online. The user can choose a computer and see its desktop on the iPhone. The remote app also includes support for wireless sharing of files and folders between the computer and iPhone.

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Try Out Virtual Reality with Google Cardboard

Apple’s iPhone might not come with virtual reality support out of the box, but Google Cardboard aims to address that. The free app, which works with Google Cardboard headsets, allows iPhone owners to access virtual reality apps from their iPhones. Once the iPhone is inserted in a Cardboard headset and the app is turned on, users are fully immersed in virtual worlds. It’s a cheap way to join in on the virtual-reality craze.

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Omvana Provides Spiritual Support

Anyone hoping to get a little spiritual support from the iPhone might consider Omvana. The free app includes a massive library of meditations, spiritual guidance and other content, all aimed at improving user health. It should be noted, however, that while there are some free meditations in the app, most of the content is paid and will require in-app purchases.

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Adobe’s Photoshop Express Edits Photos

Anyone looking for a nicer way to edit photos in the iPhone might want to check out Adobe’s Photoshop Express. The app includes the ability to edit pictures, apply filters, crop photos and much more. It doesn’t have all the features one would find in standard Photoshop, but it’s an ideal solution for mobile devices. Better still, it’s available for free.

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Keep an Eye on Your Money with Mint

Mint has long been one of the leaders in organizing a person’s finances, which makes it a nice option to consider on any iPhone. The free app lets users share their bank account information and other data with the app to track their expenses, create budgets and see how well they’re doing at paying off credit cards. It’s a full-featured personal-budgeting app that works awfully well.

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