What is the latest third-party program to remove them from your iPhone? This is the question we have asked ourselves between different publishers of Applesfera and other Webedia media sources (Xataka, Genbeta, Compradicción). The answers are varied and give us an idea of the applications we are considering it is very important and why.
Which third-party app can you remove from your iPhone?
In our group, reserved for journalism, I had to leave yes or no AA writer. It is a text editing app in a format that is easily recognizable and clean. Allows you to export text directly to WordPress, for example. Jesús Quesada, an editor at Applesfera, explains the ability of the app sync all text with our iPad and Mac with iCloud, working from several devices, as well as bookkeeping, is the reason for your choice.
Todoist, the workstation app mentioned for the second time. Javier Lacort prefers it to alternatives like Objects, which has a few functions, or Omnifocus, which has a very good display. Todoist is able to provide a the balance between functions and construction very much achieved
We prefer Tobbot before Twitter.
In the field of communication A few words have been heard: Togbot and Twitter. It is very clear that a blue bird net is selected within the group. For some Tweetbot is a very good Twitter client for the amount of customization it allows, interface and functions. On other Twitter, the official client is right on the iPhone, while on the iPad they also use Tweetbot.
The photos also received a few references, and they were all Google Photos, a cloud-based photo storage service. Comparing it to the photos of our iPhone app, the comments are varied. Several choose the Google service as it offers unlimited space
Microsoft Authenticator, 1Pasword, Dashlane, Clean and 1Blocker are those that focus on security.
In the field of password management, the category we found and the few comments, Microsoft Authenticator, Dashlane and 1Pasword are recognized. Julio César Fernández describes certification as an important application for carrying it all duplicate feature codes in our accounts. In addition, the app has good integration, support for Apple Watch and Microsoft accounts. Dashlane, like 1Pasword, also has a good integration and does its job: keep our long passwords safe.
Eduardo Archanco, co-founder of Applesfera, has emerged as the app that will not remove Crocidoo from his iPhone. This is an app that links the registration service of the well-known kitchen robot to Thermomix. In the ministry we can access recipes, the promoter of the week's menu and a shopping list of all the ingredients needed. According to Eduardo, an app that "helps you eat better, is more diverse and allows you to spend more time."
Among browsers, José Manuel Gallego, Purchasing Coordinator, says his book he is using is Opera Touch. Another way to Safari is that, among other things, provides plenty of touch to use it comfortably with one hand. It also has many security features for us while you browse.
In fact, following the problem, Hesnga said, a content blocker to Safari. Alex Ferrero explains that, even though Safari uses a number of methods to improve privacy, it is very important to see exactly what app we use to block ads and subsequent searchers.
And to get rid of an app I will never turn off on my iPhone: 1Blocker. An app that, like Lungisa, is blocking designers, ads, widgets, ideas and other elements of the websites we visit. For me, its simple use, and the numerous functionality it offers to be able to block URLs according to my rules, make it the first app I install on all my devices and the last one I will delete.