Best of Tech iOS Apps

Discover and download great Tech apps for iOS.

January 1st, 2019

Take a break and meditate.

Calm is the #1 app for mindfulness and meditation to bring more clarity, joy and peace to your daily life. Winner of Apple's Best App of the Year 2017. ๐Ÿ†

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Aaron  O'Leary
Aaron O'Leary- Community @producthunt. Nontechtech
Especially useful in times when work deadlines are mounting up. It's super important to remember to take a break, breathe and put your health first above all else and Calm helps with this. Plenty of modes to use for every situation, tons of calming sounds and it helps, genuinely helps improve your sleep.
Suhas Motwani
Suhas Motwani- www.linkedin.com/in/suhasmotwani
Love this app! Trust me you'd see the difference in a week :)
Mirza Rizvi Amin
Mirza Rizvi Amin- Content Executive
I think this app offers the most value if you are not willing to spend money and just want a free meditation app that is up to the quality that other paid services provide. And the narrations are top notch!!
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Noise generator ideal for working and relaxing.

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Haroon Bakhsh
Haroon Bakhsh- Founder, Looks Media
Definitely worth using โ€“ย helps you stay focussed while working.
Philipp Bohn
Philipp Bohn- VP Circuit and CEO blueKiwi software
Ambient noise is surprisingly helpful to stay productive
Ben Raz
Ben Raz- useful web apps lover
natural sounds with timer easy to relax by yourself from a busy day
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Amazingly simple graphic design

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Peter Schroeder
Peter Schroeder- Head of Marketing at Northpass
Easily design beautiful, professional graphics. Canva gives you all the tools you need to design. Choose from hundreds of professionally designed layouts or create your own designs from scratch.
Skylar Taylor
Skylar Taylor- Marketing Manager, Royal Media
This has been the best tool for our marketing team to create graphics without the expensive software or design skills! They have a ton of templates/layout designs to help get you started.
Matthew Rosendin
Matthew Rosendin- Co-Founder at Polyledger
The best graphic design solution for startups without a graphic designer.
Rating and price
25 Alternatives to Canva

Learn to code on your iPhone

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Veronica Belmont
Veronica Belmont- Destroyer of Worlds (and PM at Disco)
I haven't actually used the app, but I'm a huge fan of Codeacademy! Definitely worth checking out.
Stefan Theofilos
Stefan Theofilos- Product Designer, Entrepreneur
CodeAcademy is a great place to learn how to code. Best part is that it's free!
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Professional network to share industry news and analysis

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Vinish Garg
Vinish Garg- Co-founder @mystippi @ContentHug
Quibb is another great tech newsletter for its variety and consistency in sharing news. I am The Hustle, Mattermark, Benedict Evans, Launch Ticker, along with Quibb too... for a long time now.
Vinish Garg
Vinish Garg- Co-founder @mystippi @ContentHug
Quibb is an excellent curated list of content from multiple sources. A restricted access to Quibb ensures that the curation quality is good.
Ryan Hoover
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Quibb is an awesome community of people in tech that love to share articles/news and learn from one another. @sandimac's done an awesome job curating and growing the community, and many people use it for the daily email alone.
10 Alternatives to Quibb
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