7 of the Best New iPhone Apps of 2019

Apps are the cornerstone of Apple’s iOS platform and there are thousands of iPhone apps in Apples App Store. From Music apps and photo editing software to payment apps and games, these apps will turn an iOS device into a pro-level computing machine. However, searching through them all can be a chore. It is sometimes difficult to find out what are truly the best apps that are actually worth our time. So, to save you time, here we have round up the best free and paid-for apps of the year so far.

Here’s our pick of the best iPhone and iPad apps that proved just how adaptable our mobile friends were in 2019.


  1. 1. Clips

  2. 2. Google Earth

  3. 3. Super Mario Run

  4. 4. FaceApp

  5. 5. Empower

  6. 6. Funnel

  7. 7. Wemogee

1. Clips

Clips

Taking photographs and making videos is a massive part of modern smartphone culture. If you are the one who likes to add an extra dimension of fun to your videos but doesn’t like extensive, time-consuming editing, then be sure to try out Apple’s Clips app.

This Apple’s video editing app makes it possible to stitch together photos and videos, all while letting users add weird backgrounds, amusing text, emojis, stickers, filters and even import a few Disney characters to make our photos and videos all the more fun.

While plenty of apps include such capabilities, Clips offers a bit more brilliance when it comes to adding captions. When shooting a video, a user can simply dictate a subtitle and the app will automatically add it in sync with what’s happening on screen – what’s known as live captions.

You can record a video or use pictures and videos from your library to make a fun video and share with your family and friends.

2. Google Earth

Google-Earth

Google Earth simply gives us our planet in the palm of our hand and encourages us to explore. We can manually rotate and zoom, search for specific locations, or take chances with the dice icon, to check out somewhere random. Wherever you end up, Google Earth provides local photography and information, becoming something of a virtual tour guide. Places others have explored nearby are provided as cards, which prove genuinely useful for giving crowdsourced points of interest or recommendations.

This fascinating app has been around for a while, but Google gave their virtual travel app a major update in April 2019.