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Updated by Jamie Good on Apr 17, 2013
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My Top iPhone App Picks - Part 2

Part 2 of my favourite, most-used apps on my iPhone.

Google Maps

Although an obvious choice, I'd like to point out that beyond an amazing GPS and maps app with great features, it has also replaced other apps on my iPhone like Yelp and AroundMe. I love how this app gives routes, distances and travel duration for car, transit and walking, too. Superb.

To-Do Lists Made Breathtakingly Simple - Clear For iPhone and Mac

Clear wins for fantastic UI and simplicity and despite failing to have what other task management apps possess - like due dates - has not deterred me from using it constantly. Want an easy way to keep track of movies yet to see? Errands to finish after work? Try this little gem.

Apps Gone Free (Best Daily Top App Deals)

I have discovered some wonderful apps from this app and have trialed others and since they're all free, what's to complain about? The bulk of choices are games, but I find it's worth checking out regularly.

Mind Jogger

If you work in a cubicle or office environment like I do all day, then get this app. My co-workers and I use it to randomly remind us when to drink water, stand & stretch and do some deep breathing throughout the work day. Awesome!

LinkedIn CardMunch - Convert Business Cards into Contacts

Brilliant way to gain contacts when networking without all the biz cards in your pocket!


If you're not keeping track of what makes your happier, then I guess you're not full of too much gratitude. And if you're not, force yourself to start using this for a month and feel the change. It works.


I use Pearltrees more on my desktop, and love it, but the iPhone app plus Pearler bookmarklet you can install, are fantastic tools for curation and saving valuable content.




I have tonnes of photography-related apps on my iPhone, and this is one of my favourites. Easy to use, effective and actually fun.