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Best Free Applications You Can Install On Your iPhone

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At the WWDC 2015, Apple announced the iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, the expansion of Apple Pay outside the US and many other things. There’s no word yet about the upcoming iPhone 7 or 6S/6S Plus, but we compiled a list o free applications you can download and install on your current iPhones.

Threes!

At first, this was a paid game, but the developer decided to release a free version of this numbers puzzler. In this game, you must mesh numbers together and when they are matched, the numbers double. You must match as many numbers as you can, before the board fills up.

GLP – Great Little Place

This is a travel application which allows you to swipe through profiles of coffee shops, restaurants, pubs which are in your path. These profiles are submitted by users who have been there and made an opinion about the place, so if you’re planning to travel to a foreign city or country, you should install GLP now.

The FIFA Weekly

There are many football fans that have a lot of time to play FIFA on their desktops, at home, but they can also install this application to be up-to-date with the latest news, scores or interviews from the real world of FIFA.

Keyboard Sound

Do you hate the tick-tack sound when you tap on the keyboard? Instead of shutting it off, you can install this application which allows you to customize the sounds of your iPhone’s keyboard, to be less annoying.

Organizer

Apple modified the Photos application for Mac in a way that it no longer allows you to adjust the location metadata in your photos. This option is still available in iPhoto, so if you want to use it, then we suggest you to install Organizer, which will bring the location-editing feature back.

DayCost Free

This personal finance manager allows you to enter transactions as fast as possible. You will just pull down the Notification Center, enter the amount of money for your transaction, select the category and the application will understand where your money will go.

Google Calendar

Google’s Calendar app is now available for iPhones and it comes with a cool Modern interface showing day, week, and month views. The application will automatically add all kinds of events: concerts, restaurant reservations, flights or hotel bookings and other stuff you’ll receive on your Gmail account, and in addition, Google Calendar works with iCloud and Exchange calendars, which means that you’ll be able to check the upcoming events from your calendar no matter what server the event is on.

HERE Maps

This mapping service was created by Nokia and its biggest advantage is the possibility to save maps to use them while offline. Here Maps offers voice-guided turn-by-turn directions and traffic information, public transport maps etc. from 900 cities.

SubscriptMe

With this application, you will easily manage your paid subscriptions for various services. So, whenever you forget to pay a subscription, SubscriptMe will notify you and you will have to swipe right to confirm that you want to continue using the service and you will enter your cost details.