Apps You Need to Own on Your iPhone

Apps You Need to Own on Your iPhone
Apps You Need to Own on Your iPhone

Every phone user uses applications for a lot of activities, such as applications for sports, games, education plus much more. Today I will present some of the applications that I consider interesting to use both for fun and very useful. These apps can be installed on Apple phones and are accessed by tens of thousands of users. Here are a few:


SoundCloud is an online audio distribution platform where users can collaborate, promote, and distribute original music projects. In July 2013, about 40 million users and 200 million listeners were registered on this site. It is headquartered in Berlin, Germany. SoundCloud influences the music industry through the success of many artists who are using the service to launch or advance their careers. There are a lot of applications like Youtube Music, Spotify music app, Pocket Casts plus many others which offer a unique experience of listening to your favorite song at high quality.

Subway Surfers

Subway Surfers is a runner-free mobile game co-developed by Kiloo and SYBO Games, private companies in Denmark. It is available on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Kindle platforms and uses the Unity game engine. In the game, players take on the role of young graffiti artists who, after being caught in the act of applying graffiti on a subway railway site, run on the railroad tracks to get rid of the inspector and his dog.

As they run, they catch gold coins, power-ups, and other items along the way, while simultaneously escaping collisions with trains and other objects, and can also jump over trains and navigate with hoverboards to escape the capture until the character collapses on an obstacle, is caught by the inspector or is hit by a train. Special events, such as Weekly Hunting, can result in rewards and characters in the game. In the field of games, the market is very wide, from shooters to online slots, from puzzles to MMORPGs.

Weather Underground

Sure, iOS has a Weather app, but you should drop it because Weather Underground is much better. It succeeds because it sticks to what it does best: the clear presentation of a lot of hyper-local information in a simple and highly customizable interface. The rich data in this great app will keep satisfied geeks with hungry information.

Weather Underground is a commercial weather service that provides real-time weather information on the Internet. Weather Underground provides weather reports for most major cities around the world on its website, as well as local weather reports for newspapers and third-party sites. Its information comes from the National Meteorological Service and over 250,000 personal weather stations. The site is available in several languages, and customers can access a free version of the site, with additional features, for a fee. And in this field, there is a wide range of applications such as Weather: The Weather Channel, Transit, or even pre-installed applications offered by the provider, in our case Apple, namely the Weather application.


Waze is a GPS navigation software application owned by Google. Works on smartphones and computers that have GPS support. It provides step-by-step navigation information and travel times and route details provided by users while downloading location-dependent information through a mobile network. Waze describes the app as a community-based GPS navigation app, which is free to download and use. Here we can discuss Google Maps, OpenTable, and even GasBuddy.

These are just some of the applications that are used by a lot of users in different fields and that provide the information or even the needs of each iPhone user.