Best iPhone apps for 2016

This guide (which will be updated on a regular basis) aims to provide an overview of the best and most popular apps for the iPhone you should download today.

1-iTranslate Voice


App Category: Productivity

Price: £4.49

Description: Translate into 42 languages with voice input, a dictionary, AirTranslate and more.

Details: Translating can be a lengthy and frustrating process, but this app is the perfect tool for crossing that language barrier. With 42 language options available, iTranslate allows you to translate spoken language into written English (or whatever language you desire), with AirTranslate even allowing you to connect devices and engage in a conversation with others.

The business case: When working globally, language can be a huge problem, and apps like this mean you can communicate much more efficiently.





App Category: Productivity

Price: FREE

Description: Store and share files and documents between team members directly from the cloud.

Details: The most popular cloud storage option available for iPhone, Dropbox allows users to store their photos, documents and videos to access them from anywhere across all of their devices. With 2GB of free space included when you sign up and sharing between team members incredibly simple, the ability to access files from wherever you are also increases mobility and eases collaboration.

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The business case: You can easily access files and documents while out of the office, allowing you to continue working from wherever you happen to be, no fuss.




App Category: Business

Price: FREE

Description: For fast and easy invoicing from your phone.

Details: An app designed to create invoices, estimates, credit memos and purchase orders straight from your device, as well as keeping track of money owed, taxes and totals. With templates to choose from and the option to include PayPal buttons for convenience, Invoice2go Plus allows users to track and manage invoices before sending them directly to customers and clients.

The business case: This is the perfect tool for freelancers and businesses that have trouble keeping track of money owed, money paid and money received.




App Category: Business

Price: 79p

Description: Organise your business contacts with cards stored on your iPhone.

Details: Networking and building contacts is a big part of the everyday life of a professional and, rather than carrying around traditional business cards, with the risk of losing them, CamCard makes sure you can keep track of contacts you’ve made and people you’ve met all on your iPhone. Not only does this eliminate the need to carry all of the cards you’ve collected, but it also lets you quickly exchange details with people at events etc.

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The business case: You can create your own personal profile, share with others quickly and easily, and follow-up on contacts you’ve made.


5-Adobe Acrobat Reader


App Category: Business

Price: FREE

Description: Simple reader and editor for PDF documents and files.

Details: When it comes to using PDF documents at work, Adobe Acrobat DC is an indispensible tool that allows you to view and edit PDFs across your PC, iPhone and iPad. The iPhone app lets you manage these documents, open up files directly from emails, the web or any app, search text, convert files, annotate documents, access password-protected forms and more.

The business case: For fillable forms, converting PDF files to Word or Excel and more, Adobe Reader is a convenient and user-friendly app for viewing and editing a range of documents.




App Category: Tools & Productivity

Price: FREE

Description: An app that makes brainstorming, making lists and sharing ideas easier.

Details: Evernote is the ultimate note-taking app, giving you the option of sharing notes, scribbles and the results of a brainstorming session with your co-workers as well as sync lists and reminders across devices so that you can work from anywhere. It keeps things organised but gives you the freedom to use both images and text to create notes, as well as illustrations and web clippings.

The business case: It’s great in meetings, when you need something more easily shared than scraps of paper, and you can upload or email your notes straight away without any hassle at all.


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