We are happily presenting you 19 Free Apps for your iPhone. You must have these apps in your iphone. We are providing you link where you can download/install apps.

1. Facebook
      The world's biggest social network is now on your iPhone and iPod touch. You can update your status, do commenting and likes anytime anywhere with your iPhone.

2. PhotoSynth
       PhotoSynth is a really great panorama app; it's user-friendly and fun to use, especially when watching your panoramas take shape while you capture them.

3. RunKeeper
      This is a GPS apps so now GPS Running, Walk, Cycling etc… you can track with your iphone. If you are at new place then this is your best friend to find the right way of your destination.

4. LinkedIn Pulse
      RSS has a reputation for being a rather dry technology, feeding you dull lists of headlines. Pulse flips RSS on its head, providing streams of feeds that grab your eye with photographs. It's perhaps not for the hardcore RSS crowd, but if you follow a small number of feeds, it's a great choice.

5. Dropbox
     Dropbox is free and easier to use than most of its contemporaries. Dump files you want to sync in a folder on your computer and Dropbox for your device will enable you to access them, download them for offline viewing an do whatever you want.

6. Skype
      The interface is simple and usable, enabling anyone with a Skype account to make free calls to other Skype users and cheap calls to anywhere in the world. You can make voice call, video calls and instant message skype to skype free of cost.

7. Twitter
       Twitter does provide a sleek and simple means of using the service. It also rapidly rolls in new features from the website, such as the Connect and Discover views, along with expandable tweets that contain photos and videos.

8. Wikipanion
       Wikipanion is a freebie which gives you quick access to article sections, in-article search, viewing options, bookmarking, and the ability to tweet about whatever odd fact you've just unearthed. Also, wonderfully, there are no ads.

9. Dictionary 
      Over two million definitions, synonyms and antonyms are available in the palm of your hand with this free, offline dictionary and thesaurus. The app is fast and efficient, includes phonetic and audio pronunciation of words, and its interface seems perfectly suited to the iPhone.

10. Adobe Photoshop Express
       If you're looking for Photoshop-style power, Photoshop Express won't impress. However, if you're after a quick, free, highly usable tool for making edits to your iPhone photos, Adobe's app is ideal. Use it for cropping, straightening, exposure adjustments, color effects, sharpening and more.

11. Tumblr
         Tumblr has managed to carve itself a niche, sitting somewhere between blogs and Twitter. The iPhone app is very nice indeed, providing a sleek browsing experience, and also a straightforward means of uploading text, photos and videos to your Tumblr account.

12. Find My iPhone
         Just purchased a new iPhone??? I think you should know about this app. Find My iPhone is app which can help you to find out your lost iphone. Assuming you've a 2010 or later iOS device, you can set up a free account and locate your devices within seconds. 
Note - Older devices can also be added to Find My iPhone - you just need a recent one to get things going.

13. Apple Store
         Apple fans with a lack of self-control should steer clear of the Apple Store app, which enables you to buy shiny Apple products directly from your device, and also to locate your nearest Apple Store.

14. Google Authenticator
          If you've turned on two-step verification on your Google account, chances are it'll regularly ask for a code. You can get this sent to you via SMS, but it's much less hassle to have Google Authenticator instead provide the numbers to type in.

15. Chrome
         Chrome enables you to force a desktop version of any site you're visiting to be displayed; also, if you're a Chrome desktop user, you can sync tabs with the iPhone app.

16. YouTube
          Google's own YouTube app works much as you'd expect, enabling you to search and watch an almost limitless number of crazy videos, tutorials and more besides.

17. Pinterest
         Pinterest is very much aimed at hobbyists, and it encourages you to pin inspirational images, and then explore boards from people you're interested in. The iOS app is clean and simple, ensuring the content shines through.

18. Find My Friends
         A.k.a 'Stalk My Contacts', but Find My Friends does have practical uses: if you're meeting a bunch of iPhone-owning friends and want to know where they're at, for example, or for when wanting to check where your spouse is on the road, to see if it's time to put the dinner in the oven/pretend to look busy when they walk through the door.

19. Flickr
         Long-time internet users frequently dwell on what might have been regarding Flickr. The site's still popular, and with it offering a whopping 1 TB of free storage and automatic upload from iOS, it's a must-have iPhone app/service that's in many ways superior to Photo Stream.

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