Top 5 Best iOS Apps For February 2020

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The App Store offers thousands of useful apps for your iPhone or iPad devices – so many, in fact, that it is quite difficult to try all of them.

In case you have recently switched to iOS or in search of new apps for your Apple device, you will find yourself in a slew of options for each app genre to choose from. This not only results in confusion but also makes people reluctant to try out new feature-packed apps.

Luckily, we have tried and tested hundreds of useful iOS apps for Apple devices and carefully curated this list of top 5 best iOS apps for February 2020. We have also included the download links for each app so that you can try out as quickly as possible.

1. Photomath

One of the top-ranking educational apps on the App Store is Photomath and for good reasons. It is an AI math solver that can process both basic and complex math equations. Here are some of the math topics Photomath can work on:

  • Basic: Arithmetic, fractions, integers, decimal numbers, powers, factors, roots.
  • Algebra: Quadratic Equations, linear equations, linear inequalities, logarithms, systems of equations, matrices, polynomials, graphing.
  • Trigonometry: Identities, conic sections, vectors, complex numbers, logarithmic functions, sequence, and series.
  • Calculus: Limits, integrals, derivatives, curve sketching
  • Statistics: factorials and combinations

One of the unique features of Photomath is that it can solve complex math problems without an active internet connection. You can simply take a photo of the problem, or use Photomath’s advanced multi-functional scientific calculator to type out the equation.

You get step-by-step explanations of the problem, as well as exclusive videos on the topic for students to understand. Interactive graphs and alternate problem-solving methods are also found, along with the results.

Whether you are tired of solving complex mathematical equations or in the hurry of submitting an assignment, Photomath works out exceptionally well in such situations.

It is available on the App Store for free, but you can also choose to pay for Photomath Plus subscription, which costs $19.99/month (₹1649 in India). With the subscription, Photomath can show you answers to word problems for selected textbooks in the United States.

2. SoundHound

Despite Shazam being pretty much the best music recognition app, it is not available in some regions and languages. This is where SoundHound comes in. SoundHound is one of the best music recognition app for iOS and a great alternative to Shazam. It is one of the most top-rated iOS apps in the app store due to its vast array of features.

SoundHound doesn’t only excel in music detection; part of its appeal is also in its handsfree navigation system. If you want, you can say “Hey SoundHound” and give any voice command to navigate through the app. SoundHound also comes with a built-in music player that works pretty well across the board. You can connect your Apple Music and Spotify accounts if you are subscribed and build your playlist within SoundHound. And with that, you can build your playlist according to the music that is playing in your background. If you don’t have Spotify or Apple Music subscription, you can even play music using its built-in YouTube player. It even comes with a notification center widget and a 3D touch option on the app icon for discovering music. You can also sing or hum the music stuck in your head as well, and SoundHound should detect it.

One of the best features of SoundHound is its karaoke-style, realtime lyrics with LiveLyrics integration. You can even use your apple watch to sing along with LiveLyrics and, of course, to identify background music. Cellular-enabled apple watches can do the same as well. But it works even without connecting to an iPhone. SoundHound is an ad-supported app. But you can pay a one time fee of $6.99 (₹549 in India) for SoundHound∞ for an ad-free experience.

3. Firefox Focus: Privacy Browser

Mozilla Foundation is known for its leadership in terms of user privacy and its focus on delivering a secure web browsing experience. Along with Mozilla’s popular Firefox browser, they also offer a privacy-focused web browsing app called Firefox Focus for iOS and Android devices.

From the beginning of your web browsing session to the end, Firefox Focus lets you erase your browsing history, passwords, and cookies at a single tap. It also auto-blocks annoying web trackers to ensure that no one is tracking your browsing activities. Besides web trackers, it can even block embedded videos, news article embeds, photo slideshows, and social trackers from a webpage.

Firefox Focus comes with a dedicated ad-blocker as well, which results in a declutter of webpages and overall faster loading times. It can also even block pop-up webpages, which is great especially when you are visiting shady websites.

You can even use Firefox Focus as a content blocker for Safari in case you don’t like Firefox Focus’ user interface. On older Apple devices, Firefox Focus delivers a smooth web browsing experience and uses less mobile data in general.

Similar to other apps from Mozilla Foundation in the App Store, Firefox Focus is free-to-download and doesn’t have IAPs.

4. Adobe Photoshop Fix

Photoshop Fix is a stepped-down version of full-fat desktop Photoshop for iOS and iPadOS. It boasts powerful yet easy to use image retouching and restoring tools for the precise look you need.

Some of the best features of Photoshop Fix include transforming the shape of a face, masking skin blemishes, adjusting tones, and more. The “Face-aware Liquify tool” in Photoshop Fix can make significant changes to the facial features. You can slim down cheeks, create a bigger smile, and edit other facial points with ease using the same tool. Using the “Heal and patch” tool, you can fix imperfections using content from surrounding areas and make them blend in. You can desaturate colors, remove all colors, or even create a mix of monochrome and color using the ‘Color’ tool. A user can also smoothen, sharpen, lighten or darken an entire image or just skin using the ‘Smooth’ and the “Lighten and darken” tool, respectively. You can control saturation, contrast, exposure, and add or remove vignettes as well using the ‘Adjust’ tool. You can even package your images as PSD files for desktop editing.

Photoshop Fix also comes with Adobe Creative Cloud support. By paying $1.99 (₹149 in India) per month, you can get an additional 20 GB creative cloud storage. Using this, you can sync up your content within all Adobe desktop and mobile apps for easy access.

5. Live Wallpapers for Me

Live wallpapers are mostly found on Android devices, but now you can have it on iPhone as well. ‘Live Wallpapers for Me’ app offers thousands of high-quality live wallpapers optimized for iPhone Retina displays.

From beautiful time-lapse to abstract dynamic patterns, the app gives you access to a vast library of live wallpapers for your lock screen. Once you manage to set it up properly, a simple tap on your lock screen will activate the live wallpaper.

Note that Live Wallpapers for Me works on a wide range of iPhones, including iPhone 6s/6s Plus, 7/7 Plus, 8/8 Plus, X/Xs/Xs Max/XR, and 11/11 Pro/ 11 Pro Max. It is now compatible with iOS 13.1 as well.

To unlock premium wallpapers and remove in-app advertisements, you can pay for the premium subscription, which varies from $0.99/week (₹89 INR) to $49.99/year (₹3749 INR).For the latest tech news and updates, Install TechCodex App and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Also, if you like our efforts, consider sharing this story with your friends, this will encourage us to bring more exciting updates for you.

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