If you were lucky enough to score an iPhone for the holidays, make sure you personalize your new phone with some apps.
For those of you who are new to the iPhone, here's our definitive list of the first apps you need to download.
Google Maps won't get you lost
Google Maps debuted a few weeks ago and it was one of the most welcome additions to our home screen.
Google Maps for iPhone is fast, functional, beautifully designed, and most importantly, won't get you lost. We now have turn-by-turn directions, street view, public transit directions, and walking directions all in the same place.
Spotify is a great way to listen to music without taking up storage space on your phone
Spotify is your gateway to millions of songs.
Spotify is a streaming music player, which means songs aren't stored directly on your device. This frees up a ton of space that you can use for other things like photos and apps. (Although you can store songs for offline viewing if you want).
Spotify's music library is full of millions of tracks from all the major record labels, so you shouldn't have trouble finding what you need.
Spotify will let you stream music to the desktop for free. But if you want to listen to music offline or take full advantage of its mobile apps, you'll need to subscribe to the service for $10 per month.