Apple’s iPhone is no doubt a masterpiece and the iStore provides a variety of useful utilities and applications, adding jewels to the crown. And the layout of the iStore is so appealing that lures you to put your time and efforts in checking out the available applications. But also, there are few apps which are of no use and only lessen the availability of your phone storage. But, not anymore. Yes, that means now it’s time to let them go. Here we listed some iOS apps you should uninstall right now. We swear you’ll feel instantly lighter after deleting these apps from your phone.
For a better productivity, uninstall these 10 iOS apps right now from your iPhone.
Remember when BBM was the most popular messaging solution for your iPhone? Remember when the latest trend was not a hello but asking for a BBM QR Code? Well that was a while ago and you haven’t touched it since more messenger apps were launched. Get rid of it and let this last vestige of BlackBerry fade into the ether.
2. Draw Something
We all enjoyed this virtual artistry for hours a day when it was all the rage, but when was the last time you played this game? Weeks? Months? Years? Yes, exactly. This game was simply three-week hype, and now it’s all faded. Today, your obsession with ‘Draw Something’ has been replaced by your obsession with Candy Crush or Dots. So go ahead and get rid of it.
3. Facebook Camera
Do you have this Facebook’s standalone camera app somewhere on your iPhone. Believe me, it’s useless. Unless you’re obsessed with having every photo filter app out there, Facebook Camera has no business being on your device. It does nothing well. Delete away.
Foursquare lets your friends know where you are and figuring out where they are. It allows users to find nearby friends, share their current location and collaborate to make plans. But, this app is useless. I mean, what’s the point in knowing where your friends are when they just checked-in on Facebook?
5. Google Earth
Kick this app to the curb. Yes, everybody has a default app for maps on their phones, so what’s a need for another app to bug up the phone storage?
6. Office apps
You don’t need Office apps on your iPhone. It would take up a lot of storage, plus, drain your battery. So, get rid of them. Instead, use these applications on a laptop.
In late 2012, Facebook took aim at the latest threat to its social media empire, Snapchat, with a native app dedicated to the most mysterious of Facebook exchanges: the poke. This half-baked, knee-jerk response to the timed message craze reeked of “me too!” when it came out, and it hasn’t gotten any better since. You don’t need it. It is safe to say that even if you must poke, you don’t need a dedicated app to do so. Get rid of it.
Rhapsody was never the best streaming music service, and now that there are so many better options – including Apple’s own iTunes Radio, Rhapsody is slowly fading away. Delete this thing and save your storage space.
It might be fun (limited) laughing at how you and your friends would look like if they suddenly piled on the pounds and became twice their size. But that’s no excuse for why this app still taking up valuable space on your home screen.
And worst of all, it’s likely not the only one you’re keeping – apps that make your face look old; apps that switch your face with someone else’s; apps that turn your face into a cute manga-ish avatar.
The Photosynth app allows creating interactive images by stitching together a series of photographs. But it takes up a lot of memory. So apart from the one or two test images you made, its likely Photosynth has lost in your Photography folder. It’s time to tell this app to get lost.
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