Top 10 Best iPhone Apps

iPhone apps aren't just tools or entertaining diversions. They're an integral part of your daily life that can make everything from managing tasks to exploring hobbies more accessible and enjoyable.

These apps cover an incredibly broad spectrum of needs and interests. You'll find applications designed to streamline your productivity, apps that tap into your creative side, and even those that can help you stay fit and healthy. There's something magical about finding that one app that feels like it was made just for you, and this is your chance to help others discover that magic too.

The landscape of iPhone apps is ever-changing with new innovations, updates, and trends constantly emerging. It's a vibrant digital ecosystem where developers are continually pushing boundaries to offer you more compelling and useful solutions. Whether you're a seasoned iPhone user or just getting started, the plethora of options available can be both exciting and overwhelming.

And don't worry if you feel a bit lost in the sea of choices; you're not alone. Many of us often find ourselves scrolling through pages of apps, wondering which ones are worth the download. But that's where this community-driven list comes into play. It's not just about what's popular or trendy; it's about real people like you sharing their real experiences with these applications.
The Top Ten
1 YouTube YouTube is a global video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States. The service was created by three former PayPal employees on February 14, 2005. In November 2006, it was acquired by Google for US$1.65 billion. YouTube is ranked as one of the most visited websites, securing... read more

YouTube is great, but lately, the drama has been completely ruining it.

YouTube is fun! You can watch people play games like DanTDM does.

This should be rated number 1 on this list!

2 Angry Birds

How did the game lose its popularity? The game was good. It's not as good as other video games, but it still was fun.

But I am hating how the games dropped like a rock in recent years, like Angry Birds Transformers. It used to be good, but now it's stupid, same with Angry Birds 2, though it's good. Really, only 7 birds: Red, Bomb, Chuck, Terence, Matilda, The Blues, and Silver. No Hal, Bubbles, or Stella.

The movie of Angry Birds, I thought, would bring its popularity back, but it didn't. In all, I still love Angry Birds games: Classic, Seasons, Rio, Space, Star Wars, and the spinoff Bad Piggies.

3 Clash of Clans

The creators of this game are geniuses! They mixed FUN and strategy all in one. I don't get why it isn't even in the top ten! It should be like number 5! People these days are clueless when it comes to games.

It deserves to be in the top 15. It is better than Minecraft. It is a fun, strategic game with millions of players and thousands of clans. The best part is, it's free.

Best. Game. Ever. So addicting I could play on it for 5747 years nonstop! The only problem is how long everything takes to build and upgrade.

4 Minecraft: Pocket Edition

This game deserves to be in 1st place. Almost everyone in my school knows this game. Lots of YouTubers do videos of this game, so practically, this game is super famous.

I honestly prefer Minecraft Java Edition, but this is still good!

5 iFunny :) iFunny is a Russian humor-based website and mobile application developed by Cyprus-based FunCorp that consists of memes in the form of images, videos, and animated GIFs submitted by its users. The mobile version of the site once featured a built-in meme creator tool. The app describes itself as a "community... read more
6 Facebook
7 Plants vs. Zombies
8 Spotify: Music and Podcasts

I don't have an iPhone, but I really like Spotify. I use it every day for listening to music.

I can listen to anything I want. Very nice!

9 Snapchat Snapchat is an American multimedia instant messaging app and service developed by Snap Inc., originally Snapchat Inc. One of the principal features of Snapchat is that pictures and messages are usually only available for a short time before they become inaccessible to their recipients. The app has evolved... read more
10 Cut the Rope

Fun, challenging, and good for all ages. My 2-year-old cousin plays this game!

The Contenders
11 Doodle Jump

This has been my favorite game ever since I got my first iOS device (an iPod Touch in 2010). I could not get my eyes off it, as it was extremely addictive.

12 Trivia Crack

So clever. It really makes you think.

13 Temple Run

I don't play it anymore, but it's a nice game.

14 The Simpsons: Tapped Out
15 Pocket God

Charlie is on pot, and the rest of them are his followers. The whole game is addicting.

16 Zenkit To Do Zenkit is a productivity and project management software that provides tools for task management, collaboration, and more. Founded in 2015, the German-based company offers a range of features such as Kanban boards, to-do lists, and Gantt charts. Zenkit focuses on creating a flexible work environment,... read more

Great app to manage and organize your life or your business. Great for managing tasks, teams, or whole projects. Different data views like Calendar, Kanban, or List can be easily switched. The best part is that Zenkit works also without a Wifi connection.

17 Fruit Ninja

Stress relieving! You get to slice fruits. I just love it!

18 Pandora: Music & Podcasts
19 Instagram
20 Clash Royale
21 Shazam: Music Discovery Shazam is an app for Macs, PCs and smartphones, best known for its music identification capabilities that has expanded to integrations with cinema, advertising, TV and retail environments.
22 Netflix Netflix is an American entertainment company founded by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph on August 29, 1997, in Scotts Valley, California.
23 Infinity Blade II

Why isn't this among the top 10? Stunning visuals, a very good story, and extremely addicting gameplay!

24 Pinterest
25 Werdsmith
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