There are so many apps in the iOS App Store that make it hard to find new content, and it can also be easy to overlook great apps that are a bit older. We've designed our app lists to include both old and new apps that we personally recommend and used during the month.
- Pocket Penguins (Free) ̵
- Hop (Free) – There's a popular game called Hop, but we're talking about the email app in this week's video. Hop is a team-based email app that makes your email look more like a chat conversation than a traditional email inbox. It should make sending and managing emails much faster for those of us who need help to shorten the inbox time.
- Pod Calendar (Free) – Pod Calendar is a free app that is a simple, lightweight alternative to the standard calendar app on the iPhone and iPad. It uses color coding for all your events, so you can see at a glance what's happening on screen, and in natural language, you can quickly add new entries. It supports multiple calendars, multiple reminders, an interaction history for your contacts, and tools for sending emails and messages.
- Zedge Wallpapers (Free) – As the name implies, this is an app for downloading wallpapers. When we upload videos, we get many questions about the background image used. The wallpapers in our videos are often from this app. If you're looking for a fresh look for your iPhone, there are thousands to choose from.
- PUBG (and Fortnite) (Free) – Unless you live under a rock, you've heard of PUBG and Fortnite, both of which are in the style of Battle Royale and are currently hugely popular. The idea is to kill or be killed with the aim of the game being the last person standing. PUBG and Fortnite both appeared recently on iOS, with PUBG available to all and Fortnite available as beta. You may not think that a Battle Royale game works on an iOS device, but both games are surprisingly good and worth watching.
If you have favorite iOS apps, you should share them with us. We'll check what you have to recommend and you can add it next month. Do you want more apps? Take a look at our February recommendations.