10 Cool Apps for iPhone That You Must Have

The App Store is where you’ll find all of your favorite apps, big and small, ranging from daily reminders apps to novelty walkie-talkie apps. If you’ve been looking for apps that are truly unique and that few others are aware of, you’ve come to the perfect place. I’ve compiled a list of ten excellent iPhone apps that no one has told you about. Let’s have a look at those cool apps for the iPhone.

Cool Apps for iPhone

1. Clubhouse

The clubhouse is the new kid in the neighborhood who’s causing a stir on social media. It’s an invite-only app that communicates primarily through audio. Consider it an interactive podcast where others can join your chats at any time, and there are a variety of genres to capture your curiosity. If not, you can utilize it to hang out with your friends and family on weekends.

Clubhouse Cool App for iPhone

Get Clubhouse (free)

2. Spotted by Locals

This software is a must-have city guide for anyone visiting a new location. Spotted by Locals is maintained by members of the community and locals who recommend locations worth seeing. You may visit over 80 cities throughout the world, including some of the most popular ones such as Barcelona, Paris, New York, and London. The app is free to download, but you must pay $3.99 to activate each city’s guide, which seems reasonable given that genuine human labor goes into making a high-quality guide.

Spotted by Locals

For iPhone users, it’s a fun trip app.

Get Spotted by Locals (free, in-app purchases)

3. Unified Remote

Unified Remote is an app that turns your iPhone into a remote control for a variety of devices and services connected to your laptop. It allows you to control media on your PC, use the iPhone as a keyboard or mouse, navigate the web, and more. There are over 18 free remotes available, including one that can control a Raspberry Pi. All you have to do is set up a server on your computer once. After this, you’ll never want to leave your couch.

Unified Remote

This app is free to use, and a one-time payment unlocks all the locked capabilities.

Get Unified Remote (free)

4. Vibrator

Every iPhone has a built-in vibrating motor, commonly known as the Taptic Engine, that provides haptic feedback. It’s typically used to deliver feedback when you press a button, receive a call, or receive a notification. The Taptic Engine is used in this app to generate rhythmic vibrations in a variety of patterns. There are 12 various vibration modes in the app, as well as three different speed options. This app is free to download, but unlocking everything will set you back $1.99 per month.

Vibrator Cool App for iPhone

Get Vibrator (free, in-app purchases)

5. Tunity

If you live in the United States, you’ll always find a muted TV with programs playing when you go out for a drink or to a sports bar. Tunity allows you to scan the TV and listen to the audio from your iPhone. The app automatically syncs time, program, and saves the channel for subsequent streaming once the channel is identified. Tunity is ad-supported and free to use which you can disable by paying a premium.

Tunity Cool App for iPhone

Get Tunity (free, in-app purchases)

6. Baby Monitor TEDDY

If you have tiny children in your home that you need to keep an eye on from afar, this baby monitor is an excellent choice. To use an old iPhone/iPad as a video camera and transmit the footage over Wi-Fi, all you need is an old iPhone/iPad. It’s only necessary to set up the app on both smartphones once, and then you’re done. Then, from the other room, get live feeds of your children.

Baby Monitor TED

To keep the iPad/iPhone from shutting down, make sure the power cord is connected, and the device is charging. The app is available for no cost.

Get Baby Monitor Teddy (free)

7. Zombies, Run

If you enjoy running, this app adds a unique twist to the experience. It’s an immersive adventure game that places you on a map and simulates zombies around you using your GPS position. To recuperate, you’d have to really run away from the nasty monsters and collect supplies. The software produces an audio story with peppy tunes to make the whole run a blast.

Zombies, Run is a free iPhone game with in-app purchases to unlock sidequests and other features.

Zombies, Run

It’s without a doubt one of the coolest iPhone apps.

Get Zombies, Run (free, in-app purchases)

8. Airfoil: Cool App for iPhone

Are the speakers on your laptop broken? Airfoil allows you to stream audio from your computer to your iPhone. All you have to do is install and run companion software on your computer. The iPhone app would detect the device and begin playing the audio.

Airfoil

The app Airfoil is available for free on the App Store.

Get Airfoil (free)

9. WearYourMask

WearYourMask is a godsend for me because I frequently forget to grab a face mask on my way out. The app is quite easy to use. It’s as simple as entering your home address and enabling location permissions. As soon as you leave your current location, it will give you a notification. WearYourMask is available for download for free on the App Store.

WearYourMask

Get WearYourMask (free)

10. RunPee: Cool App for iPhone

RunPee is a unique iPhone software that tells you when the optimum time is to go for a pee break while watching a movie at the theater. Every week, a new film is added to the list, and whenever one is released, it is instantly uploaded to RunPee. To receive the notifications, you must first settle down to watch the movie and start the movie timer on the app. You’d get a discreet vibration on your iPhone whenever a break was available. RunPee is a free app that uses Pee coins, the digital money that you can buy with in-app purchases.

Runpee

Get RunPee (free, in-app purchases)

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Final verdict: Cool Apps for iPhone

These are some odd yet cool iPhone apps that I believe everyone should be aware of and utilize in order to get the most out of them. Each app has its own set of features, such as WearYourMask, which reminds you to put on your mask before leaving the house. Which app on the list is your favorite? Let me know on Twitter.

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