Top 10 Best iOS Apps June 2020

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
10 Min Read

The App Store alone has millions of apps at disposal, and it is a colossal task to find the best iOS apps to try every month. Like every month, we have listed out the top 10 best iOS apps June 2020 that you can try this month and to be honest, all are useful in their senses. Check out this list and let us know which one you’d like to use.

1. Fantastical

Fantastical App

‎Fantastical Calendar
‎Fantastical Calendar
Developer: Flexibits Inc.
Price: Free+

We managed to bring one of the apps that rethinks the calendar app on your iPhone. Called as Fantastical, the app allows users to create tasks in their natural languages. It has a super clean and beautiful interface to use where you also get 3-days of the weather forecast, DayTicker to schedule events, and more. Although the free app is limited, paying for a paid subscription will help you unlock 10-days of the weather forecast, full task support from Google Tasks and Todoist, push updates from Exchange and Google, and a lot more.

2. Linea Sketch

Linea Sketch

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‎Linea Sketch
‎Linea Sketch
Developer: The Iconfactory
Price: Free+

If you love sketching and drawing stuff on your iPhone or iPad, Linea Sketch will come handy. It is a powerful sketching tool with the right amount of control and power embedded within it allowing users to create notes, scribble things like a sudden burst of ideas or sketch something they like using their fingers or a good old stylus for professional courtesy. With Linea Sketch, it ensures you’ll get a minimal UI with easy to use features, layers, and a ZipLine feature that acts as an auto-tune for your drawings. Draw on a blank canvas or use the grids and template feature and sync it with iCloud for use anywhere & everywhere.

3. Pixelmator

Pixelmator

‎Pixelmator
‎Pixelmator
Developer: Pixelmator Team
Price: 9,99 €

Editing photos was never too easy before Pixelmator, a full-fledged photo editor that users layers & a tonne of tools to give your photos a professional-grade photoshop streaming right from your phone. It is a great avenue for graphic designers and mobile photographers. Use many of the advanced features such as tweak the tonal range, single-tap color corrections, clone tool, and plenty of other tools that you can use to create mind-blowing photoshopped images and that too up to 100 megapixels.

The app uses a layers-based system where you can isolate and blend elements, use smudge colors & 100 artist-designed brushes, and more with Pixelmator.

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4. Poison Maps

Poison Maps

‎Poison Maps
‎Poison Maps
Developer: CCS Ltd
Price: 1,99 €

Visiting a new place? Finding Points Of Interest (POIs) in the place you are visiting has never been so easy. The Poison Maps gives you access to millions of POIs and routes that you can access on your phone and even download it for offline usage. The app gives you POIs including hotels, banks, food, towns, hills, parking, libraries, schools, fuel stations, hospitals, transports, and everything that you’ll need in a new place where you may or may not know things. The app showcases radar, scanner, and compass modes which is a great way to explore new places and get confused with the directions and stuff.

5. Windy

Windy

‎Windy.com - Weather & Radar
‎Windy.com - Weather & Radar

Weather is unpredictable and that’s what makes it dangerous at times. Windy is a professional weather forecast app that gives you a window into world-class weather visualizations. Be it a developing cyclone or upcoming heavy rain forecast, the app gives you a few days of forecast in advance as well.

- Advertisement -

It uses images from NOAA, JMA’s Himawari, EUMETSAT, and others to create composite images of the world with a plethora of layers that you can select to view including clouds, wind gusts, snow, rain, thunderstorms, and others. Windy gives you access to detailed forecasts including Meteogram, airgram, wave, and wind comparison among others. I am pretty sure you’ll love this app if you love tracking the weather.

6. Enlight Photofox

Enlight Photofox

‎Photoleap KI-Bildbearbeitung
‎Photoleap KI-Bildbearbeitung

Tap into the powerful CPU and GPU integrated under the hood of your iPhone with Enlight Photofox, a powerful photo editing tool that takes your photo editing skills to the next level. Available for iPhone 7 and above, Enlight Photofox gives you an armamentarium of customization features and filters. The tool uses classic double exposure features to transform the photos into a masterpiece.

The app is filled with high-tech tools such as image correction, layer technology for blending, masking elements, and others. There are tools that you can use to create glitch art with effects like color split, pixel sorting, and so on. You can use artistic brushes and text for your photos to prepare a masterpiece.

7. Walkie Chat

Walkie Chat

 

‎Wakie – Sprich mit Fremden
‎Wakie – Sprich mit Fremden

I wouldn’t say this app is for introverts and Walkie lets you speak whatever opinions or suggestions you have right on the feed for everyone else to see. The app is free to use and gives you access to 24/7 fun with people from across the globe that you can connect with either on a random call or use the post and comment feature to discuss things you’d love. You’ll meet some interesting people from across the globe that you can add as friends, indulge in voice calls, or chat with random people or befriend them to talk about anything you wish. This is a great avenue to vent off your feelings and thoughts.

8. Peloton

Peloton

Love working out? Peloton can help. It is a great workout app with 30+ world-class instructors that allow users to get supercharged with various types of classes including meditation, HIIT, running, treadmill, indoor cycling, and others. Peloton is often considered as the Netflix of the workout world. You can track your performance and progress on the app, earn medals, and get your friends online on a motivated journey towards fitness.

The app offers guided programs designed to give you the best results. These programs range from 4 to 18 weeks and all are attuned to get the best results. The premium subscription will unlock a tonne of features and classes for those who want absolutely the best.

9. All Trails

AllTrails

Are you an outdoor person looking forward to hiking, running, biking, and other activities? Check out All Trails, here you’ll get access to 100,000+ hand0curated trails maps across the globe. Crowdsourced by millions of users, the app lets you explore the roads less traveled. The app gives access to new trails in national parks and uses GPS and topo maps to give you an exact way. You can also check out reviews, photos of the places you’d like to visit.

The app includes trails for everything from biking, hiking, mountain biking, cycling, running, and other outdoor activities. Users can also download maps for offline use as well as track progress and a lot more than you can imagine.

10. Buffer

Buffer app

‎Buffer: Plan & Schedule Posts
‎Buffer: Plan & Schedule Posts

Want some app that will keep your social media handles active when you aren’t available? Check out Buffer, a powerful social media programming tool that lets you plan and schedule posts across Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram with a complete list of hashtags, locations, users tagged onto the posts, and more. It is your go-to app if you want a robust scheduling app for all your social media handles as an individual or someone working for a company or firm that wants to grow in the audience on their social media handles.

These are just a few apps that we found interesting to be listed here. Note that it includes both old and new and both popular and not-so-known apps which is how we built the top 10 list of iOS apps every month. Do let us know what apps listed above you liked to use and what apps you’d love to be included in the next edition.

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The App Store alone has millions of apps at disposal, and it is a colossal task to find the best iOS apps to try every month. Like every month, we have listed out the top 10 best iOS apps June 2020 that you can try this month and to be honest, all are useful in their senses. Check out this list and let us know which one you’d like to use.

1. Fantastical

Fantastical App

‎Fantastical Calendar
‎Fantastical Calendar
Developer: Flexibits Inc.
Price: Free+

We managed to bring one of the apps that rethinks the calendar app on your iPhone. Called as Fantastical, the app allows users to create tasks in their natural languages. It has a super clean and beautiful interface to use where you also get 3-days of the weather forecast, DayTicker to schedule events, and more. Although the free app is limited, paying for a paid subscription will help you unlock 10-days of the weather forecast, full task support from Google Tasks and Todoist, push updates from Exchange and Google, and a lot more.

2. Linea Sketch

Linea Sketch

- Advertisement -
‎Linea Sketch
‎Linea Sketch
Developer: The Iconfactory
Price: Free+

If you love sketching and drawing stuff on your iPhone or iPad, Linea Sketch will come handy. It is a powerful sketching tool with the right amount of control and power embedded within it allowing users to create notes, scribble things like a sudden burst of ideas or sketch something they like using their fingers or a good old stylus for professional courtesy. With Linea Sketch, it ensures you’ll get a minimal UI with easy to use features, layers, and a ZipLine feature that acts as an auto-tune for your drawings. Draw on a blank canvas or use the grids and template feature and sync it with iCloud for use anywhere & everywhere.

3. Pixelmator

Pixelmator

‎Pixelmator
‎Pixelmator
Developer: Pixelmator Team
Price: 9,99 €

Editing photos was never too easy before Pixelmator, a full-fledged photo editor that users layers & a tonne of tools to give your photos a professional-grade photoshop streaming right from your phone. It is a great avenue for graphic designers and mobile photographers. Use many of the advanced features such as tweak the tonal range, single-tap color corrections, clone tool, and plenty of other tools that you can use to create mind-blowing photoshopped images and that too up to 100 megapixels.

The app uses a layers-based system where you can isolate and blend elements, use smudge colors & 100 artist-designed brushes, and more with Pixelmator.

- Advertisement -

4. Poison Maps

Poison Maps

‎Poison Maps
‎Poison Maps
Developer: CCS Ltd
Price: 1,99 €

Visiting a new place? Finding Points Of Interest (POIs) in the place you are visiting has never been so easy. The Poison Maps gives you access to millions of POIs and routes that you can access on your phone and even download it for offline usage. The app gives you POIs including hotels, banks, food, towns, hills, parking, libraries, schools, fuel stations, hospitals, transports, and everything that you’ll need in a new place where you may or may not know things. The app showcases radar, scanner, and compass modes which is a great way to explore new places and get confused with the directions and stuff.

5. Windy

Windy

‎Windy.com - Weather & Radar
‎Windy.com - Weather & Radar

Weather is unpredictable and that’s what makes it dangerous at times. Windy is a professional weather forecast app that gives you a window into world-class weather visualizations. Be it a developing cyclone or upcoming heavy rain forecast, the app gives you a few days of forecast in advance as well.

- Advertisement -

It uses images from NOAA, JMA’s Himawari, EUMETSAT, and others to create composite images of the world with a plethora of layers that you can select to view including clouds, wind gusts, snow, rain, thunderstorms, and others. Windy gives you access to detailed forecasts including Meteogram, airgram, wave, and wind comparison among others. I am pretty sure you’ll love this app if you love tracking the weather.

6. Enlight Photofox

Enlight Photofox

‎Photoleap KI-Bildbearbeitung
‎Photoleap KI-Bildbearbeitung

Tap into the powerful CPU and GPU integrated under the hood of your iPhone with Enlight Photofox, a powerful photo editing tool that takes your photo editing skills to the next level. Available for iPhone 7 and above, Enlight Photofox gives you an armamentarium of customization features and filters. The tool uses classic double exposure features to transform the photos into a masterpiece.

The app is filled with high-tech tools such as image correction, layer technology for blending, masking elements, and others. There are tools that you can use to create glitch art with effects like color split, pixel sorting, and so on. You can use artistic brushes and text for your photos to prepare a masterpiece.

7. Walkie Chat

Walkie Chat

 

‎Wakie – Sprich mit Fremden
‎Wakie – Sprich mit Fremden

I wouldn’t say this app is for introverts and Walkie lets you speak whatever opinions or suggestions you have right on the feed for everyone else to see. The app is free to use and gives you access to 24/7 fun with people from across the globe that you can connect with either on a random call or use the post and comment feature to discuss things you’d love. You’ll meet some interesting people from across the globe that you can add as friends, indulge in voice calls, or chat with random people or befriend them to talk about anything you wish. This is a great avenue to vent off your feelings and thoughts.

8. Peloton

Peloton

Love working out? Peloton can help. It is a great workout app with 30+ world-class instructors that allow users to get supercharged with various types of classes including meditation, HIIT, running, treadmill, indoor cycling, and others. Peloton is often considered as the Netflix of the workout world. You can track your performance and progress on the app, earn medals, and get your friends online on a motivated journey towards fitness.

The app offers guided programs designed to give you the best results. These programs range from 4 to 18 weeks and all are attuned to get the best results. The premium subscription will unlock a tonne of features and classes for those who want absolutely the best.

9. All Trails

AllTrails

Are you an outdoor person looking forward to hiking, running, biking, and other activities? Check out All Trails, here you’ll get access to 100,000+ hand0curated trails maps across the globe. Crowdsourced by millions of users, the app lets you explore the roads less traveled. The app gives access to new trails in national parks and uses GPS and topo maps to give you an exact way. You can also check out reviews, photos of the places you’d like to visit.

The app includes trails for everything from biking, hiking, mountain biking, cycling, running, and other outdoor activities. Users can also download maps for offline use as well as track progress and a lot more than you can imagine.

10. Buffer

Buffer app

‎Buffer: Plan & Schedule Posts
‎Buffer: Plan & Schedule Posts

Want some app that will keep your social media handles active when you aren’t available? Check out Buffer, a powerful social media programming tool that lets you plan and schedule posts across Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram with a complete list of hashtags, locations, users tagged onto the posts, and more. It is your go-to app if you want a robust scheduling app for all your social media handles as an individual or someone working for a company or firm that wants to grow in the audience on their social media handles.

These are just a few apps that we found interesting to be listed here. Note that it includes both old and new and both popular and not-so-known apps which is how we built the top 10 list of iOS apps every month. Do let us know what apps listed above you liked to use and what apps you’d love to be included in the next edition.

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