iOS

Reviews, tips and guides for apps available on iOS.

A Look at Monzo – The Bank of the Future

I recently opened an account with Monzo - the idea of an account with a bank that had no physical branches intrigued me, and I also was attracted by the app that is a major selling point of opening an account with them....

Watcht – Trakt.tv On iOS

Recently I began to use Trakt.tv to track how many shows I watched, and to keep track of oncoming shows. Trakt.tv don't offer an official iOS app, however they do have API, and Watcht is the best unofficial app for trakt.tv on the...

Infuse 5 – The Best Video Player on iOS

Update: As of 2019, Infuse 6 has been released. You can read my review on it here, or continue to read this one (much of it still applies).I've been using Firecore's Infuse 5 player to watch movies and TV shows on my iPad...

My iPhone Home Screen

It's been around six months since I did the last post on my iPhone home screen. I've changed some of the apps on the home screen, along with the background that I use. It's also changed from being a one page layout to...

Tracking Time with Timelogger

I recently began tracking my time spent, and searching for a suitable app for it on the App Store. I wanted something that could be easily started from the widget, synced between my iPhone and iPad, and gave me detailed statistics about where...

Siri Integration with Carrot Weather

One of the features added in iOS 12 was the ability for apps to have tighter integration with Siri. This means that you can use third-party apps right in Siri, and get rich feedback from them. I was never a big user of...

Automating iOS – My Favourite Shortcuts

Since Workflow became Shortcuts, I've started using many more Shortcuts that use Siri to their advantage, and also some new Shortcuts to add to my collection.I've already written a post about the Workflows I used every day, and you can find that post...

My Favourite iOS 12 Features

iOS 12 was just released last week, and whilst the update came with a huge amount of changes, mostly to the performance of the OS, it also came with a few notable new features that make iOS much more useful every day. These...

Due 2 – Effective Reminders

I recently started using Due in conjunction with my task manager of choice, Things 3. The thing that Due gives me that Things does not is the persistent reminders that it gives me. This means that if I set a task, it constantly...

TheMobileGrip Gaming Grip Review

Gaming on your phone is becoming more and more advanced, with games such as PUBG coming to mobile. I play the majority of games on my phone, however a phone isn't the most comfortable thing to cling to for hours on end. That's...