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Top 10 Best iOS Apps March 2020

Here’s a list of Top 10 Best iOS Apps March 2020 that you must give a try. App Store is one of the largest app marketplaces in the world with millions of apps available on just a click. Oftentimes, we end up resorting to apps that are listed on the front page of the App Store leaving many apps that might be useful waiting for takers if someone comes looking for them. You can check out our top 10 best iOS apps February 2020 list I posted earlier bringing apps that are useful and can do wonders at the forefront. Have a look at this top 10 best iOS Apps list you must give a try this month.

1. Streaks


‎Streaks (5,49 €, App Store) →

Habits don’t forge into one’s brain by doing something once but with repetition and consistency. Streaks is a to-do list app that uses repetition as a way to get things done. You can add your daily or alternative days goals such as go to the gym or walk 10K steps a day or walk your dog, etc. What you get with the app is a clean user interface with a red background and tasks organized in a circle that needs to complete before the next is due. The app automatically syncs with the health app for health-related goals as well. At the end of the day, you can just have a glance at the tasks you did and get motivated for another day to come.

2. DoubleTake

‎Doubletake by FiLMiC Pro (Free, App Store) →

iPhone cameras are hands-down the best in mobile photography. Although the built-in camera app is equipped with almost all elements you would need while shooting photos or videos, DoubleTake takes it a step further. It allows iPhones to use multiple cameras simultaneously allowing users to capture a scene in both standard plus telephoto or ultrawide or front camera or try any other combination as they will. Although limited to iPhone XR and recent iPhones, the app is pretty great when you are capturing videos with PiP mode or using it as a window between interviewer & interviewee or audience, etc. Do check it out as it bricks a few features that you’d love to have for sure.

3. Byte

‎byte - creativity first (Free, App Store) →

If you ever tried Vine, the 6-second video making app that exploded in terms of popularity a few years ago, then Byte is just like it. The app brings 6-second looping videos back to the users where they can create short videos using the in-app camera or upload it from their camera roll and get hits. The app gives users a chance to explore other content creators, celebrities, and an entire Byte-making community on just a click. There are Bytes handpicked by editors or you can view at random based on your taste and likes. They won’t explore makes you feel bored for sure.

4. Audiomack


‎Audiomack: Download New Music (Free+, App Store) →

Are you the one who is always tasked with playing songs at a party or while you are on a road trip with a group of friends? Well, Audiomack is here to help. With 4+ million tracks, it isn’t as powerful as Apple Music or Spotify but it is surely a must-try music app if you are looking for something unique. Available in both freemium and premium version, the app lets you search for songs or choose from the various genres, artists, or playlists. You can download the songs for an offline listening experience and upload your music for others to groove to on the go.

5. Things 3


‎Things 3 (10,99 €, App Store) →

You must be thinking not another to-do app but hey, Things 3 is a bit different. Unlike other task managers, Things 3 has a soothing and super clean interface that you interact with daily. Add chores and tasks that you want to complete by today or tomorrow or as per the plan and the app will keep you posted on things that are required to complete before the deadline. Set up goals and stride towards completing them one by one. You can segregate the tasks based on responsibility and priority so that everything is done on time. I am a procrastinator myself but I found this app pretty useful.

6. Carrot Weather

Carrot Weather

‎CARROT Weather (5,49 €+, App Store) →

I know that there’s a weather app pre-installed on your iPhone but is it competent enough? Well, Carrot Weather is the winner of Apple’s Editor’s Choice award. The app gives pretty accurate weather data covering current, hourly, and daily forecasts that you can check out. The app brings notifications for all sorts of lightning strikes, weather alerts, precipitation, and more if you are subscribed to its premium plan. You can check out the various map layers or add 12 more on their premium plan. There is a tonne of features ranging from Siri Shortcuts, Secret Locations, Time Machine and more.

7. Zombies, Run


‎Zombies, Run! (Free+, App Store) →

The app is old but it feels like I am unraveling a hidden treasure from a not-so-happening App Store when it comes to spiking motivation. Unlike other apps that simply track miles ran to rode on a cycle along with calories burned and other information, this app uses an intriguing element to keep you motivated. Every time you run, you’ll hear dramatic music when you put on headphones to take a long walk. From time to time, you’ll hear zombies rushing towards you although this is optional. Walk or run more to fortify against zombies hurtling towards you and stay motivated at all times.

8. Hostelworld


‎Hostelworld: Hostel-Reise-App (Free, App Store) →

Traveling on a budget? Check out Hostelworld, the app features more than 17,400 hostels across 178 countries around the globe. You can book a dorm room or a private room at a rock-bottom pricing without burning a hole in your pocket. You can filter the results based on facilities, location, price, room type and find the best location for your stay. With more than 12 million travelers, the app is great among people who want to live cheap in foreign countries which would otherwise cost a fortune. The app supports 43 languages so whatever language you speak, select it and you are good to go.

9. Better Blocker

Block Better

‎Better Blocker (2,29 €, App Store) →

Hate ads but still have to view it to get the content you like? Better Blocker is at your service. The privacy tool for the Safari browser brings a sophisticated ad-blocking mechanism on-board which eliminates trackers and other markers that companies use to showcase ads to users. The app blocks tracking pixels, behavioral advertising and more allowing users to browse a website that uses proper advertising practices to support while blocking off ads on malicious websites that use ads to earn hefty revenue.

10. ScreenOCR


‎ScreenOCR - Easy Text Scanner (Free+, App Store) →

You have a photo of a document that you want to be translated or scanned in English or any major language, what do you do? ScreenOCR can be of great help as it converts your document or whatever you run through it into text on your phone. The app supports 50+ languages that it can recognize with more than 20+ languages that it can translate and more. Powered by Google OCR, the app itself is bound to a massive upgrade over other OCR apps that you would find on the web.

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