Best free iPhone apps that you may have not known

Posted on 4th Sep 2019 08:16:57 in General

Smartphones aren't cheap these days, and that's especially true forApple's iPhones. Even tehre base model , the iPhone XR, you're still spending $800-$1000.

1. Noted

Noted turns your iPhone into a powerful audio recording and note-taking tool perfect for keeping track of lectures, meetings, interviews . The app records audio, while also allowing users to type out notes (with rich text and image support), which are automatically time stamped with bookmark-like searchable "time tags" for easier navigation. Recordings and their  notes can be synced through iCloud, organized into notebooks, and quickly searched through, with the help of time tags, audio scrubbing and fast playback. Noted's free tier has core functionality and lets you save up to five recordings.

2.  Otter Voice Notes
Otter Voice Notes is a smart transcription app that can automatically transcribe your work nearly in real-time, 
It is complete with punctuation, speaker ID, and searchable playback of your recordings. 
Users can edit transcripts to fix any errors, able to export transcripts to text or to other apps, you also have the option of sharing transcripts with a group or through public, and view-only links. 
Otter Voice Notes' free plan offers users 600 minutes of transcribed audio every month

3. Google Trips
Google Trips turns your smartphone into an all-in-one travel assistant, consolidating travel itineraries and reservations from your emails into automatically sorted trips.
Google automatically collates your flight details, hotel and car reservations, tour itineraries and other information available in your emails.
The app then recommendations, suggested day plans, and related local sights based on your tastes, interests and local travel tips. Users can save their trip details locally to their iPhone, allowing for offline use or online. just watch out for the pricey roaming rates.