It’s November, and we are back with another edition of new and free iPhone apps. Similar to the last few months, we have bundled many apps that you’ll find useful in your day to day life. So, from a nifty little fitness app to a cool new photos app, we have got them all! And as we like to say, some will boost your productivity, while others will help you lead a fit lifestyle.
So, without further ado, let’s get going.
1. Pcalc Lite
The first app on our list is Pcalc Lite. It is a nifty little calculator app that will put the stock iOS calculator to shame. Yep, you read that right. This app bundles several features such as multi-line display, unit conversions, and an optional RPN mode. Plus, it also lets you tweak the button layouts, among others.
On top of all that, Pcalc Lite has the support for engineering and scientific notations, along with hexadecimal, octal, and binary calculations. And the most clever feature is its Undo and Redo. That saves you from performing your calculations from scratch every time you misclick on a button.
The app is free on the App Store. However, you can buy the paid version to unlock additional settings and themes.
Too many distractions around you? If yes, an app like Muse might help you to focus better. This one is a white noise generator that drowns out the noise around you to help you focus better.
It sports 15 different ambient noise settings. You can even blend them into something new.
The app is clean and clutter-free, with just the icons on the home screen. The sounds are played in a seamless loop so that you do not have to touch your phone to change settings and break your focus. There’s an auto-timer option in case you want to use it before you go off to sleep.
Looking to set up custom shortcuts while typing? If yes, LazyBoard is the app for you. This new keyboard app lets you store shortcuts for long phrases and sentences so that you can save time.
All you need to do is type out the phrase in the Add section and then specify a shortcut for it.
Next time you have to use the phrase, simply tap on the shortcut and Voila! Cool, right?
And that’s not all, LazyBoard lets you sync all your phrases to iCloud. That means you don’t have to set up shortcuts every time you switch devices. Plus, this app comes with a clipboard folder to save your copied phrases.
Our sedentary lifestyle does little good for our bodies. If you often forget to leave the couch (or your work desk) to take a walk, you should right away install the StepWorld app. This fitness-oriented app keeps you motivated towards your exercise goals by taking up a social media-like approach for this purpose.
It gathers data from your phone and calculates your step counts on a monthly, weekly and daily basis. There’s a leader board too, where you can see how your stats compare against your peers. You can also share your stats with your family and family to keep them motivated.
StepWorld is quite simple to use, and the interface is simple and straightforward.
The good thing is that if you see yourself maintaining a consistent fitness pattern, you can invest in a smartwatch (like the Apple Watch or Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2) to track your fitness goals, among others. After all, you can’t have your phone with you always, right?
5. Radio In
Radio was one of the first mediums for electronic communication and is one of the most frequently-used mediums even today. If you like this medium of communication, you should check out Radio In. It lets you tune into numerous radio stations from all over the world, It offers more than 45,000 radio stations, and from music to news, you can find all of the stations here.
It’s free to use and you can even make a list with the pick of your favorite radio stations. The app is easy to use. Simply pick a country and select a radio station.
6. Voice Over Video
Voice Over Video is gold for users who do not have access to good voice-over software for YouTube. As suggestive of its name, it lets you add voice-overs to your YouTube videos.
To add a voice-over, open your video in the app, hit the record button, and start speaking. And yeah, you can also add multiple voice-over recordings to a single video. Yes, as simple as that.
Voice Over Video comes with the usual customization options like trimming and cropping the recordings. It also lets you add fade effects and to modify the recording volume. Plus, you can also add transitions between clips.
The app is easy to use. Pick a country and select a radio station.
Do you take a lot of Live Photos on your iPhone? If yes, Tilde will help you make the most out of these photos. It picks a couple of live photos and makes an awesome video collage out of these photos. And all it takes is a single tap.
It’s quite simple to use, just pick a selection of live photos and the app will do the rest. No manual intervention required.
Get the Most out of Your iPhone
So, these were some of the apps using which you can use your phone to your full potential.
Here’s a video tour of the best iPhone apps for November from our Guiding Tech (English) YouTube Channel:
Which one did you like the most? Wait, let me guess, it’s Tilde and StepWorld, right?
Next up: Missed last month’s edition of our Apps of the month? Hit the link below to discover apps that you may have missed.
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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