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Some of the Best Free iPhone Apps of 2015

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Jealous of those Droid boys bragging about all those free apps? We didn’t think so! The iTunes App Store has the world’s largest collection of apps and many of them are free. Better yet, many of those free apps can rival their paid competition in productivity and design.

Whether you need help taking notes, managing your emails or enhancing last night’s selfies there’s an app out there and it won’t cost you a penny. Don’t expect a shattered screen replacement to cost any less though. Here are some of last year’s most popular apps to help you through a variety of tasks at no extra charge.

Apple’s big rival has a very useful calendar app for you

Google Calendar is easy to use, you can pair photos to maps and add colour tiles whenever you want to categorise a new event. But the best thing of all is you don’t have to have a Google account to take advantage of their free calendar. Google Calendar works with any Calendar on your device from iCloud to 3rd party organisational tools.

Brainstorm and organise your thoughts in one flexible place

Paper has let iPad users draw their notes and doodles for some time. In 2015 the app’s developers finally brought us iPhone integration along with a couple of really helpful updates. The basic function of Paper lets you write and draw on note pads, but with the update you can add text to your photos or make a simple plain-text note to yourself.

Capture, play and rewind your best moments

Boomerang was designed by the people over at Instagram to give you a new way of capturing the moment, or moments. Rather than being left with a choice of stills or video, Boomerang uses your iPhone’s camera to take 5 pictures, and then plays them forward, and backwards again on a loop. It’s a bit like creating a GIF on an infinite loop.

From productivity to fun, apps can unlock your iPhone’s potential. Apple offers App Store users a free app every week. Keep a calendar reminder and try it. Some very good paid apps can find their way into your iTunes. If your device is getting full simply delete the apps you aren’t using, they’ll just live in your personal iTunes account. For more of the best free apps out there - check out Apple’s Editor’s Choice awards.

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Jealous of those Droid boys bragging about all those free apps? We didn’t think so! The iTunes App Store has the world’s largest collection of apps and many of them are free. Better yet, many of those free apps can rival their paid competition in productivity and design.

Whether you need help taking notes, managing your emails or enhancing last night’s selfies there’s an app out there and it won’t cost you a penny. Don’t expect a shattered screen replacement to cost any though. Here are some of last year’s most popular apps to help you through a variety of tasks at no extra charge.

Apple’s big rival has a very useful calendar app for you

Google Calendar is easy to use, you can pair photos to maps and add colour tiles whenever you want to categorise a new event. But the best thing of all is you don’t have to have a Google account to take advantage of their free calendar. Google Calendar works with any Calendar on your device from iCloud to 3rd party organisational tools.

Brainstorm and organise your thoughts in one flexible place

has let iPad users draw their notes and doodles for some time. In the app’s developers finally brought us iPhone integration along with a couple of really helpful updates. The basic function of Paper lets you write and draw on , but with the you can add text to your photos or make a simple plain-text note to yourself.

Capture, play and rewind your best moments

Boomerang was designed by the people over at Instagram to give you a new way of capturing the moment, or moments. Rather than being left with a choice of stills or video, Boomerang uses your iPhone’s camera to take 5 pictures, and then plays them forward, and backwards again on a loop. It’s a bit like creating a GIF on an infinite loop.

From productivity to fun, apps can unlock your iPhone’s potential. Apple offers App Store users a free app every week. Keep a calendar reminder and try it. Some very good paid apps can find their way into your iTunes. If your device is getting full simply delete the apps you aren’t using, they’ll just live in your personal iTunes account. For more of the best free apps out there - check out Apple’s Editor’s Choice awards.

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