Before your mobile starts to fill with pics, docs, and files, you ought to establish some form of order. File Manager is a really light, well-designed app for keeping all of your important documents in one place, and transferring them easily between your computer and iOS device (and other connected devices).
With support for Cloud storage imports and exports, a built-in music player and PDF reader, and easy sharing options, this multi-talented app is packed with a surprising amount of features for a freebie.
The next thing you need is a good photo editor. With Instagram, you can kill two birds with one stone. This social network has greatly improved its range of editing settings, so you can tweak and share your pics to perfection.
It contains several new filters (and the ability to display only those who are going to use) and is an interesting channel to show the world all your photos.
Finally, an app that you might not use every day, but when you need it, is absolutely essential to have at the ready. Imagine you hear a song on the radio that you love but you can't remember the artist or the name of the song. And by the time you've gone to try and Google the lyrics (if you can even make them out), you've missed it and the next track is already playing.
Download Shazam and it couldn’t be easier to use: just tap on the middle button, and hold your phone up to identify the track. In seconds it'll identify the song and display track information such as the album, title, artist, videos, lyrics, and more.