3 iOS apps you've never heard of

A must-have for Apple users.

 |  2-minute read |   16-06-2016
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Enlit

Enlit helps you keep track of life. It calculates your lifespan using the average life expectancy. What’s more? It tells you exactly how old you are and that too by the minute. You can literally observe yourself get older. Sounds mind-numbing, right?

enlit1_061616010439.jpg Enlit helps you keep track of life.

Well, to cure that, Enlit’s got a Passer’s list. You can make your bucket list and set goals to live your life to the fullest and get the most out of it.

enlit2_061616010531.jpg Enlit calculates your lifespan using the average life expectancy.

enlit3_061616010703.jpg You can make your bucket list and set goals to live your life to the fullest.

(Download Enlit here.)

SmartApp

SmartApp claims to be the most advanced data tracking system in the world.

smart1_061616011044.jpg SmartApp does its best to inform you about your data usage.

It’s a great idea with exceptional execution. The app does its best to inform you about your data usage and it helps you be in control. It’s available on  AppStore for Rs 10.

smart2_061616011103.jpg SmartApp is available on the App Store for Rs 10.

(SmartApp can be downloaded here.)

Duet

Duet is undeniably the best app I’ve come across on the iOS AppStore. It lets users use their iPad as an extra display for their Mac. I have been using it since the day I bought it. (In fact, I’m using it while writing this list!)

Duet is exceptional. It has almost no user interface attached to it. All you do is download the application on your computer, plug in your iOS device and boom! You’re ready to go.

You can choose to mirror your screen on the device which is a great feature to use whilst during meetings. Alternatively, one can also extend their current screen. This serves great as a portable monitor.

(Duet can be downloaded here.) 

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Sambhav Ratnakar Sambhav Ratnakar @mrdotboson

Founder at MintFlint.com. Cryptocurrency shiller and value investor. Filmmaker, writer. Not Satoshi Nakamoto.

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