And in case you've noticed that I have posted about Windows Phone apps and iPhone apps but not made any post lately about Android app. It is because I have stopped using my Android phone and replaced it will a Lumia Windows Phone as I am focusing on developing apps for Windows phone and I need to test my apps on a typical Windows Phone.
The iPhone has been my primary smartphone, I use it for everything I do on phones. On most days, I only make phone calls on the Windows Phone. And it was same usage pattern when I had my Android phone.
So much for the rambling, let's dive into the crux of today's post. It is full of images.
First, below is my homescreen listing all the apps I have installed.
Next are my currently most used iPhone apps with small commentary below.
|Chrome Browser (best browser I know for iPhone)|
|Microsoft Power BI (lets you view your reports on your iPhone)|
|Google Adsense (to keep track of earnings from Google Ads on my blog)|
|Notability: Best App for annotating documents|
|Still Notability: Even allows handwritten notes|
|Handwriting: Lets me take notes at meetings on my phone using my pen-like stylus|
|Paper: Lets me record my ideas with handwritten notes and sketches|
|Mailchimp: Costs me $40/month. It's what ensures you get my blog post in your email inbox every morning|
|CamScanner+ is a very reliably scans your documents and pictures|
|Google Analytics: Lets me see the traffic on my blog|
|Adobe Reader: Best PDF documents reader|
|TuneIn Radio: Started using it when my Spotify and Apple Music subscription expired|
|TuneIn Radio: I now listen more to a French radio station -- Alouette|
|Pebble: Companion app for my Pebble Smartwatch|
|Pebble: The interface of the app|
|I use LinkedIn way more than Facebook|
|The bible app that has replaced my bible.|
And those are my new most used iPhone apps.