Doesn’t matter if you have picked up the new latest iPhone or you are holding on to the older model, you're certainly not short on apps to download onto your handset.

The iOS App Store remains as one of the standout features of the iOS experience, as iPhones often get first crack at some of the best mobile apps available across the ecosystem today. And entrepreneurs never miss a chance to get Objective-C or Swift developers for hire in order to get their software onto people's iPhones.

Here is a list comprising some of the best iOS apps so far in 2020

Memento

If you're not easily impressed with the sparse look of the built-in Reminders app on your iPhone or iPad, here is your chance to adopt a more modern look by turning to Memento. It gives you a choice between a traditional vertical view of upcoming to-dos and a more visually pleasing grid look. The application also appears as a Widget on iOS 13's Today screen.

The For You tab neatly provides an at-a-glance look at your most important reminders. There is a share extension that lets you create reminders from other apps. And forget worrying about leaving existing reminders behind — Memento syncs with Apple's app so those existing to-dos are waiting for you when you set up your new app.

Notion

This app aims to be your personal and team productivity hub that allows users to create private or shared workspaces where they can easily add versatile ‘blocks’ which act like text snippets, bookmarks, images, toggle links, files, code snippets or discussion sections. It gives you the ability to easily customize your workspace, and it's also quite easy to drag and drop individual blocks of content to where you need them without disrupting an entire document. 

Doesn’t matter if you are taking notes, crunching spreadsheets, or assembling a Kanban board, Notion's powerful building blocks make things a snap to set up. The free version of Notion helps you to save and sync up to 1,000 blocks of content, while premium plans will remove content limits and add admin tools, permission settings, and other features, depending on which tier you opt for.

Houseparty

This has to be one of the biggest apps across the globe right now, and the reason is because Houseparty makes it super easy to get in contact with friends and loved ones from the comfort of your own home, especially when most of us are in lockdown. 

The app does not rely on you to place calls and wait for friends to enter.. Houseparty functions in a more casual way. When your friends come online, Houseparty will alert you, and give you the option to join in any ongoing calls. You can also start one of your own. The app has also got games and quizzes to pass the time with your friends.

Marcopolo

It is basically a video chatting app for busy people. Rather than waiting until a bunch of you are ready for a call, Marco Polo makes you record your videos and send it out whenever you have a moment. Your friends can then watch it live, or if they’re busy, they can watch it later at their convenience and time. This is an excellent group chatting tool since it is brilliant for staying connected when normal text chats just won’t do.

Seven-7

How long will it take for you to get fit? It can be as much time as you want, in reality, but 7 minutes should be enough for you. Seven – 7 Minute Workout has the aim to give you the most benefit possible in just 7 minutes and it does that through a series of quick exercises that target specific areas of your body. 

You don’t need any equipment for the exercises it shows. All you need is just enough space to get going. The app is free to use, but joining the 7 Club for $10 a month or $60 a year can get you access to a wider range of exercises, personal workout plans, and support and guidance from a certified personal trainer.

Spectre Camera

Spectre Camera is the winner of iPhone App of the Year honors from Apple. It is yet another impressive piece of photography software by the team behind Halide. This fantastic camera app delivers beautiful long exposure shots, with the help of AI and software magic that helps in stabilizing the shot, process light trails, and even remove crowds, moving vehicles, and other ephemeral elements. As a result you get a photo highlighting the perfect scenic view. Spectre takes in hundreds of shots during the exposure time saved as a live photo, so you can view and share the exposure in progress, individual stills, or the final result.

Endnotes

This was the list of some of the best available iPhone apps in 2020 so far. With people confined to their houses, app stores have seen a surge in the number of downloads in the last two months.