You just got a new iPhone, you’re done setting it up, and it’s time to hit the App Store. Which apps should you download to really make your iPhone great?

Obviously, there are the go-to standards that nearly everyone seems to have on their phone: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, maybe Netflix or Amazon…you don’t need a list of suggestions to tell you about those household names. If you’re new to the iPhone, or just looking to find some new favorite apps, you should also consider these ten gotta-have-it suggestions.



It’s weird that Apple touted the Shortcuts app as one of the key features of iOS 12, but doesn’t install it by default. You have to go to the App Store to grab it.

The Shortcuts app lets you create pre-programmed

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