The best tricks and apps to make the most of our new iPhone

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The best tricks and apps to make the most of our new iPhone

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The best tricks and apps to make the most of our new iPhone

There are many ways to take advantage of an iPhone thanks to third-party apps and tricks not so obvious at first glance. It’s always good to know a few external apps and iOS tricks. We have compiled several apps and tricks that take the use of an iPhone a little further.

7 interesting apps to install on an iPhone

  • Documents to manage files: Apple has its own Files app to manage documents and folders, but we may also be interested in Readdle’s alternative: Documents. Free App that you can download from the App Store and with which to open and play dozens of different files.
  • Things or Todoist to organize tasks: If we want to go beyond the Reminders app, maybe with tasks more complex and that require more details in their approach, it is interesting to take a look at alternatives such as Things or Todoist. The first is a one-time payment, the second is free with an annual subscription option for premium features.
  • Spark or Outlook to manage mail: Two interesting applications to manage our email. In this sense the best in the App Store right now are Spark from Reeder and Outlook from Microsoft. Both completely free.

  • 1Password to save passwords: Using different passwords for each app, website or account is essential if we want to protect our data. To do something like this you have to have a password manager (unless you’re a genius) and the best is without a doubt 1Password. At Buzz we explain what it is and how to take advantage of it. Available for free on the App Store with in-app purchases.
  • Overcast, Castro or Pocket Casts to listen to podcasts: If you like to listen to podcasts there are also alternatives to the Podcasts app from Apple. The best ones are Overcast (for its audio enhancement engine), Castro (for its amazing podcast episode management and interface) and Pocket Casts (if we want something cross-platform available on Android and web too). All free with in-app purchases on the App Store.
  • Streaks to complete habits: No app helps us meet our goals more than Streaks, with an interface specially designed to complete habits and with integrations with Health and the Apple Watch to automatically complete habits if they have to do with health or sports among other things. One-time payment on the App Store.
  • Darkroom to edit images: An excellent photo editor on the iPhone by the huge amount of editing, cropping and enhancement options. It also has a multitude of filters and the possibility of adding custom filters. Available in the App Store with in-app purchases.
  • Halide to take pictures: If we want to take pictures of more professional way and with more control in exposure, ISO or focus among other things… Halide is the best camera app right now. One-time payment on the App Store.

7 hidden tricks to use on the iPhone

  • Personalize the control center: In the control center we have access to a series of options quickly by sliding from the top right of the screen. If we want to reorder, add or remove controls from the control center we can do it from Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls.
  • Scan QR codes and Wi-Fi networks: We simply open the Camera app and point to a QR code. The app will automatically detect the QR code
  • and a notification will appear that, if pressed, opens the link or the QR code information. By the way, if we point to a QR code of a Wi-Fi router, it automatically connects to that network without the need for a password.

  • Change Siri’s voice: Siri by default comes with a female voice, though this can be changed to a male if desired. Also change your accent or language. All this from Settings > Siri and search > Siri Language/Voice.
  • Swipe to type on keyboard: Yes, typing is also possible on iPhone just slide your finger along the keyboard if so we write faster . The iPhone will automatically recognize the words. We just have to invoke the keyboard and start sliding your finger stopping on the letters you want to “press”.
  • Save a complete web: When we make a screenshot, by default what is seen on the screen is saved, but if it is the screenshot of a web in Safari we can save the entire web. The ‘Full page’ option will appear in the options of the screenshot taken, and when switching to this mode we can select a larger piece to save as an image or directly the entire web as a PDF.
  • Hide photos from the app Photos: If we do not want a photo to appear in the main album of the Photos app or in functions like the memories… we can hide it in a hidden album by selecting the photo (or photos) and in the share menu choosing ‘Hide’. It will only appear in the Hidden album, but beware, it does not mean that they cannot be accessed, there is no type of password protection to access the album, it is just another album.
  • Set two faces in Face ID:
      Face ID adapts and understands the changes we have on our faces, for example when wearing sunglasses, hats or a long beard. But if for some reason we constantly have two very different looks (let’s say one clear face and one wearing a scarf in winter) it’s possible set up an alternate face so that Face ID recognize us more easily. We will do it from Settings > Face ID and code > Set an alternate skin.

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