One of the things that makes the iPhone a popular phone is having the ability to do every-day activities on your phone, no matter where you are.
This blog will list 6 of the most accessible apps available on iPhone, concentrating on how accessible they are.
No 6: Duolingo
Duolingo is a free, language learning app _ available for download on Apple and Android devices, as well as the web and Windows _ and has been widely used since 2010 and after the launch of its private beta in 2011.
I am using Duolingo to learn Spanish, but while most of its features are easy to access, sometimes it finds my voice a bit hard to understand. This is the only reason why I’m rating it as Number 6, because everything else they offer is brilliant.
No 5: BBC Sounds
BBC Sounds is an app developed by BBC Media Applications Technologies Limited. You can listen to any of your favourite radio shows and podcasts on it, and it is available for download on Apple and Android devices, and for Windows and the Web.
As someone who wants to keep up to date with the news all the time, and who is trying to get into Political Journalism, I use BBC Sounds nearly all the time. It’s easy to get around, and I don’t think it’s too hard to find what programme you like.
No 4: BBC News App
Like what I said about the BBC Sounds app, I find the BBC News App interesting because it allows me to go round and find out about the top stories of the day with ease. I used to find that reaching up was a problem for me, but I find it’s easier with a bigger stylus.
The only bit of criticism I’d give it is that it’s harder to search for a particular country you want the top stories on, but it’s not too difficult.
No 3: Apple Store App
The Apple Store App is an app available for download on iDevices, and where you can view and by the latest devices and accessories. It’s very easy to browse _ meaning you don’t need to reach _ and you can do everything from searching to ordering.
No 2: Apple Podcasts
Apple Podcasts is a free app coming on every iPhone and iPad product, but can be downloaded for free on the App Store if you have to reinstall.
Through Podcasts, you have everything from historical or theological discussions, to recordings of theatrical productions, and much more.
No 1: iTunes
iTunes is the main Apple app for listening to music, and with a monthly Apple Music Subscription, you can download your favourite music and songs for free!
iTunes is compatible with any iDevice, but you can also access it online on a Windows computer. You can do this by searching for http://www.itunes.com