In an earlier post I wrote about the best apps which are in-built with iPhone 5S. Besides these apps, there are a lot of another apps which you would love to have in your iPhone, as they are free and awesome. I am going to list down the best apps below, have a look and don’t forget to try them:-

iPhoto

iPhoto allows you to view and edit the photos. Not only this, but you can also share your photos using iPhoto with the power and simplicity of Multi-Touch. Comparing and organizing the images is also easy. You can brush an image using your finger. It gives professional-quality effects in a single tap to the photos and create beautiful photo journals to share with friends and family.

iMovie

iMovie is another useful app which will help you to turn your home videos in beautiful HD movies and Hollywood-style trailers with stunning graphics and soundtracks. Also, you can share your creations directly to YouTube, Facebook, and Vimeo for entertainment. Airplay can be used to wirelessly stream your movies to your HDTV via Apple TV.

Keynote

Keynote is used to enhance the drama of any presentation with powerful graphic tools that turn each slide into a showstopper. It can bring charts and tables to life with 3D textures and animations, and keep your audience riveted with cinema-quality effects and transitions.

Pages

Pages is an advanced writing and editing tool which allows us to produce flawless documents, newsletters, reports, and more. You can choose a template, add dynamic tables and charts and then easily share your documents with colleagues and friends.

Numbers

Numbers comes with more than 30 Apple-designed templates to work with. It helps in creating the formulas easily and intuitive tools that allow you to be more creative with data presentation than even earlier.

iBooks

iBooks is an application which downloads and read everything from classic to summer page-turners. Bookmarks and notes adding facility is also available. Our own library can be built from as many titles as we wish. It allows iCloud to save the page you are on across all your devices, so you will never lose the plot.

iTunes U

iTunes U is again a very useful tool, you will ever find as it takes complete courses from universities and other schools and access the world’s largest online catalog of free education content on your iPhone.

Podcasts

Podcasts allows us to discover, subscribe to and play podcasts of all genres. We can browse thousands of free audio and video in the Podcasts Store and create customized stations that add new episodes automatically.

Trailers

Trailers provide the exclusive sneak peeks of all the latest movies in 1080p HD on the iPhone. It shows the showtimes in your area and you can purchase the tickets also using Trailers.

Find My iPhone

If your iPhone is lost, it is not all over. When it is lost, turning off Find My iPhone, erasing your device, and reactivating it will require your Apple ID and password. So, if your iPhone has lost, you can protect your data yet.

Find My Friends

This app works basically as a map and locate your way to find the party using location based alerts. It can keep track of your family and friends at a crowded amusement park or at the airport.

Remote

Remote is basically making you little bit lazy, I guess (hahaha). You can use your iPhone to wirelessly control iTunes music on your Mac, PC, or Apple TV and hence it is called Remote.

I hope, you will give these apps at least a try and share your experience here. I am looking forward to your replies.