Google Calendar (free)
Finally Google has brought its Calendar app to the iPhone. The official Google Calendar app features a sleek Modern interface with day, week, and month views. A unique view is “Schedule”, which allows you to see all your immediate events along with photos and maps to the place you’re going to. Google Calendar also automatically adds any flights, hotel bookings, concerts, restaurant reservations, and more from your Gmail inbox. It also works with iCloud and Exchange calendars so you can use one app to track all your events no matter which calendar server that event is on.
Microsoft Outlook (Free)
The Microsoft Outlook app is a productivity powerhouse, bringing your email, attachments, contacts and calendars into easy reach. Outlook’s built-in analytic engine automatically surfaces important email (across multiple accounts) based on your communications, and quick swipe controls allow you to easily triage your email. It works with Exchange, Office 365, Outlook.com, Gmail, Yahoo Mail and iCloud email accounts.
Browse fast on your iPhone and iPad. Pick up where you left off on your other devices, search by voice, and easily read webpages in any language. sync across devices – seamlessly access and open tabs and bookmarks from your laptop, phone or tablet. use the magic of Google voice search to find answers on-the-go without typing
Google Drive (free) (Must have)
Google is going full steam ahead releasing iPhone apps, and Google Drive is one of the best. If you use the free service, there’s simply no question that you will want to download the iPhone app so that you can get at your files even faster when you need them. Get started with Google Drive and have all your files within reach from any supported device.
Dropbox (free) (Must have)
If your files live all over the place—your office computer, home desktop, laptop—having a dependable syncing program is a must. Dropbox, the service that lets you store your files in the cloud and access them from anywhere you have a signal, fills that role nicely with a Dropbox iPhone app. It has a simple interface, easy uploading, and swift syncing across all accounts. you also can set camera roll to be uploaded automatically as well, which is very handy option.
Need to dash off a quick note? Just tap the green elephant. That’s a habit ingrained in the more than 100 million people who regularly use Evernote, the little note-taking app that serves as a hub for to-do lists, business cards and collaborative projects. From Google Keep to Microsoft OneNote to Apple’s own Notes, the app has plenty of competition, but no real equal.
Google Translate (Free)
The app lets you translate written phrases simply by pointing your iPhone’s camera at them. The app’s optical character recognition technology recognizes the text, which is then translated and shown on your iPhone’s screen instead of the original text. basic functions are: Translate between 103 languages by typing, Offline: Translate 52 languages when you have no Internet, Instant camera translation: Use your camera to translate text instantly in 29 languages and many more.
Genius Scan (Free)
If you have ever felt the frustration of having taken a photo of a document on your phone only to upload it onto your computer to realize that it is illegible, then this is a handy app for you. It enables you to actually scan an image with your phone and then upload it to your computer as a PDF, providing an accurate and useful image!
1Password remembers all your passwords and other sensitive information so you don’t have to. Keep your digital life secure, always available, and safe behind the one password that only you know. Use 1Password to generate strong and unique passwords, save them securely, and fill them on websites and in participating apps with just a few taps. 1Password is your digital vault for all kinds of information associated with modern life, from addresses and credit card numbers to locker combinations and one-time passwords.
CamCard is the easiest app to manage and exchange business cards, the perfect fit for sales people, entrepreneurs, business developers or marketing experts, and anyone who want to be one. Must-Have Apps. The free version of the app does have restrictions: If you’re registered on the site, you can add 100 cards for free and 10 cards per week (after first launch). If you don’t register with CamCard, you can add 50 cards for free and two cards per week (after first launch)..
Take Photos with Headphone
did you know that you can take photos by using your headphones as a shutter button. When in the camera app, simply press the volume up / down button of the headphones and the photo is taken.