3 Applications The New iPhone User Should Download

You may have purchased the latest iPhone and might be wondering how to fill its storage space.

Even if you don’t have the next generation of iPhone, there are a plethora of applications that you can download. The question is which app should you install? We’ve got you covered. Take a look at these three apps.

Candy Crush

When sitting in your home, it’s the playsugarhouse capital of the world. Candy Crush might be a little traditional for some, having been released in 2012, but it remains as one of the most addicting games in the world. In the game, players complete levels by swapping colored pieces of candy on the game board to make a match of three or more of the same color. Matches of four or more candies make special candies that act as power-ups with larger board cleaning abilities.

The Candy Crush saga is considered the staple of the freemium market. While the game is free, gamers can purchase power ups to help complete special actions in harder levels. To this day, nearly three billion people have downloaded this game. If you have a new phone and want to try a “new game,” check out the Candy Crush saga.

iPhone in hand with coffee cup


Have you ever wanted to start learning a new language? Owning this app can help you accomplish that secret bucket list item. Duolingo is a free language learning application that recently released an iPhone app. As far as free language learning applications, the Duolingo app for the iPhone is simply the best.

The app allows you to experience lessons offline, so you can learn on the go even if you are not connected to the Internet. That means that long car rides, airplane trips, or just sitting in the DMV, you can experience the joy of trying to master another language. The app can be accessed on all cellular devices, but the update for the iPhone makes this a must-download for the overachiever. It’s also become one of the most-valued apps on the market.


The iPhone app Cloze collects emails, Facebook posts, tweets, and other types of communication from your contacts. It then prioritizes them based on people who are most relevant to you. In other terms, the most important and relevant people in your life will be the top of your priority list in your own network.

Cloze takes the next step from being just a collection of names and numbers from an old address book. Close has been said to be “relationship gold,” due to the fact that it eliminates the busy work. It scrapes away the meaningless information and prioritizes the important relationships that you have in your life. Cloze takes the idea of having top friends in Myspace and treats your top friends exactly like that.

In the end, the preference for an application is your own. Download the apps that benefit your daily lifestyle. For the new iPhone user, these are just a few, but there are hundreds of great apps that you can research. Pick what works for you and your situation.