The latest iPhone 5 has a larger screen which means you can fit an extra row of apps on your precious home screen. As you know, the home screen of your iPhone is the first place you see when you pick up your device or turn it on. Accordingly, your favorite apps should be placed on your home screen so you can access them readily whenever you need them.
I know what you’re thinking, why can’t you just create folders and place them on your home screen for easy access. This still requires an extra touch and we’re all about saving you time at Switch Wireless. With convenience in mind, here are the top 5 apps you need on your home screen right now:
1. Instagram – Are you a photo enthusiast? Use Instagram to take and share photos with your social networks. You can also add a variety of creative borders and attractive filters. This app can also double as Apple’s native camera application.
2. Free Time – Here is a great calendar application that pulls in all of your iOS device appointments and lets you know when you have free time. Instead of scrolling through your calendar for a free space, simply click Free Time and schedule away!
3. Capture – According to The Next Web, Capture is a great camera app for parents because it starts recording video as soon as you open it. We all know kids do crazy and amazing things in the blink of an eye and Capture can capture them.
4. Rdio – Do you love to listen to music on your iPhone? Yes? Rdio is the app for you. You can listen to almost any song you like from this nifty music application. It costs $9.99 per month for an unlimited subscription. You’ll never look for the music app again.
5. Flow – Do you share tasks with your significant other? Flow is the perfect solution. You can easily delegate and exchange tasks via email. This app is a bit pricey at $9.99 per month but it’s easy to figure out and that’s a plus in my books!
The home screen of your iPhone should contain all of the apps you use on a regular basis. If you find yourself swiping screens on a regular basis to reach a particular app, you should consider moving it to your home screen. Your iPhone’s main screen is quickly accessed and your favorite apps deserve to be there!
Do you have any time saving tips to share? Please feel free to share them in the comments below!