If you are looking for some of the best apps for iPhone to download now on your smartphone then believe me there are many good ones. If you love games then explore the app store with some of the new game apps, if you want to have utility app then also there are hundreds of them to choose from. But here are the five best apps for iPhone.
1. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite
This game comes from the makers of Pokémon GO,and is the real-world augmented reality (AR) game inspired by the Wizarding World that puts magic in the hands of players worldwide.The story revolves around a calamity that has befallen the wizarding world, causing Foundables, magical artefacts, creatures, people, and even memories, to mysteriously appear in the Muggle world. As a new recruit of the Statute of Secrecy Task Force, you’ll work with witches and wizards from across the globe to solve the mystery of The Calamity and keep magic safe from Muggle eyes.
2. Jumbo: Privacy
Even if you think your privacy settings are locked down, Jumbo shows you can do more. The app helps you adjust your privacy settings and lock down your most important accounts. The new Jumbo privacy assistant automatically identifies threats to your privacy, educates you on why it matters, and lets you fix it instantly.
When you create a Facebook, Google, Twitter, or Amazon account, their default settings allow advertisers and cyber-criminals to spy on your online activity and create detailed profiles about you. Jumbo can erase your old tweets and posts and update your privacy settings, so you won’t get followed by things like unwanted ads.
Spectre lets you take photos you never thought was possible on an iPhone. Spectre uses AI to help you make amazing long exposure photographs. Spectre can remove crowds, turn city streets into rivers of light, make waterfalls look like paintings, and much more.
Until now, it was difficult to take long exposures: from keeping the camera steady to guessing the amount of light you need. Spectre takes care of all of that because, behind the scenes the app is actually stitching together multiple photos to achieve the final product. Spectre then saves your shots as Live Photos so you can share the final product or a clip of the entire process.
4. Tap In
Tap In is a LIVE group meditation app that offers a daily, ten-minute meditation appropriate for everyone whether new or experienced. Think of it as a time to ‘check-in’ with yourself. The sessions are live so that you can sit with a community while teachers speak to current shared experiences. Think seasonal changes and world events. You can have science-backed tools in addition to ancient traditions that can help you live a more joyous life.
In this app anonymous Q&A meets Snapchat and is helps you launch it to viral status soon after its launch. The Q&A app has so far proved to have more staying power than other viral hits, spending nearly two months at the top of the App Store. Share your link and let your friends tells you what they think and reply directly in your stories.
Now enjoy these apps on your iPhone and share your experience among friends. Many apps have in app purchases but that’s your choice to use it or not.