10 best free social apps for Apple users
As we all know there are loads of incredible free apps for iPhone. So, instead of spending your hard-earned money on some expensive app, try the 10 best free Apple social apps!
Reddit’s free iPhone app replaced the old Alien Blue Reddit app which until April 2016, was the closest thing we’ve seen to an official Reddit app.
In Reddit’s new app you can browse through the latest news, trends and memes, while you discover the app’s clean and easy to use interface.
Another functionality in this app is that you can access you own inbox to stay up to date with messages, comment replies, post replies and mentions.
Unfortunately, this free Apple app is only available for iPhones.
Buffer is an excellent app for today’s sharing lifestyle.
What it does is that it allows you to easily post, or share pages you’ve found, on multiple social networks at once with one simple click.
The only limit in the free version is that you can only have one registered account per social network at the same time on Buffer.
If you feel like this isn’t enough you can always upgrade to the pro version of the app and share your posts on several accounts on multiple networks at the same time.
3. Find My Friends
Following the release of iOS 7, Find My Friends had a pleasant makeover and those of us interested in stalking our friends and family can now do so in style.
If you haven’t tried it out yet it’s free to download and well worth exploring.
4. Facebook and Messenger
Facebook is, as we all know, an excellent social network. It’s probably one of the first apps that people download when they buy a new iPhone. It’s free and it looks fantastic while allowing you to find out where your old acquaintances have been on holiday.
Back in 2011, Facebook introduced the Messenger app to the world. The Messenger app enabled you to send, and receive, messages outside of the browser and in their new app instead.
It’s an excellent app to have in addition to Facebook app.
5. WhatsApp Messenger
WhatsApp is one of those apps that divide people into two camps. Those that haven’t heard about it and those that can’t stop talking about it.
It’s an excellent app for keeping in touch with your friends and family. It allows you to send text messages, videos, pictures, audio and voice messages to your friends and family at no cost and it will completely alter you habits.
Other free social apps you might be interested in: Periscope, Twitter, Skype, Snapchat, Vine.
Interested in other types of free apps available for Apple devices? Read this: Best iPhone apps that you can still get for free.