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What’s On Matt’s iPhone 5S?

I've been a avid iPhone users for years and one of my favorite things is telling people what's on my iPhone. It's a great way to share your home screen and discover new apps. So lets get into it.

I’ve been a avid iPhone users for years and one of my favorite things is telling people what’s on my iPhone. It’s a great way to share your home screen and discover new apps. So lets get into it.

Built-in Calendar – I’ve tried other calendar apps such as Fantastical 2 and Calendar 5. Both a beautiful designed apps however I like seeing the day of the week and calendar day. I keep getting drawn back to the built-in iOS 7 Calendar app.

Simplenote – This is one of my favorite note taking apps. It works with iCloud and works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac platforms. One of my favorite features of this app allows me to use tags for notes

Built-in Mail  – There are many third party mail apps but very few that support the Exchange protocol. I have tried others, but I hate using more then one mail app.

OmniFocus – I bought this app in December and I’ve been using it as my primary app for tasks. Still learning this app.

Chrome – Hands down this is the best web browsers on iOS platform. I also use it on my iPad and Mac. They have great syncing for iOS devices.

Social Folder – This folder houses my social media applications such as Facebook, Google+, Foursquare and more.

Snapchat – I’m a active Snapchat users. Need I say more?

My Fitness Pal – There are many fitness apps out there but this is my favorite. It has a great iOS 7 design and is easy to use.

Built-in Camera app – I’ve never been a fan of third party apps but I have used Camera+ in the past but I like the redesigned camera app in iOS 7.

Built-in Photo app – I use my camera a lot for work so I like having the app on my home screen.

AppStore – I alway’s had this app on my home screen so I could check for updates but since iOS 7 has automatic updates I’ve been thinking of moving it to a secondary page.

Google Maps – I love Google Maps and I always find myself using it.

Yahoo! Weather – There are many weather apps out there including the built-in weather app. However, I love Yahoo! Weather. It has a beautiful design.

1Password – I’ve been hacked before in the past so keeping separate passwords for each social media accounts is very important to me. Keeping track of them is easy with 1Password and best of all its available on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

Any List – I use this app for my grocery list. I have a very tight schedule, so I’m always forgetting what I need. This app helps me keep track of what I need.

Settings – I wish I didn’t need this app on my home screen but I need it to manage my personal hotspot settings.

Finish – This is a new app I just downloaded and are just learning how it works. It’s a task management app for short-term and long term apps.

Banner Bank – My banking app.

Chronicle – This is what I use to management my monthly bills. It works with my iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

Day One – I suffer from depression and use this app daily to keep track of what I’ve done each day and share my feelings. It’s also available on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

On My Dock

Phone – Built-in iOS Phone App

Messages – There are many messaging apps but most of my friends and family have iPhones so iMessage works great.

Tweetbot – Hands down my favorite twitter app.

Beats Music – Beats Music has just previously replaces my Rdio app but it’s home is on my dock.

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Matthew Evans

Matthew co-founded Goopply in 2013 and is the Executive Editor. Matthew handles all day to day operations and writes about technology such as Apple, Mobile Devices and Apps. Matthew is a blogger, developer and a former Radio Broadcaster. In his spare time Matthew enjoys hiking, baseball and taking pictures.

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