New year, new smartphone apps! Here are the NEWEST, most popular, and BEST FREE iPhone apps of 2017 that you have to download! Subscribe for more videos: https://goo.gl/8yXRqa Breaking These 13 BAD HABITS Will Make You HAPPIER https://youtu.be/j4Oyac1-Pfs 5 SIMPLE Questions Science Still CAN’T EXPLAIN 5 Ways Mexicans Can Get SHIT Over a Wall Healing FATAL Wounds INSTANTLY With NEW Inventions https://youtu.be/Y0ul9fnDuPc 6 Human Character Flaws (That Saved Humanity) https://youtu.be/b8_TQki4Vr0 We often take for granted the supercomputer that sits in our pocket, and to be honest, you’re probably just barely scratching the surface of its potential to enhance and improve your everyday life. We all want that! Or maybe you just like to add to the collection of toys on your iPhone. Here are 12 Awesome free apps to add to your iPhone. Google Trips *Google walking down the street* *trips* “whoah!” No, not that kind of trip. With Google having extended its tendrils into almost every aspect of online life, Google Trips is the company’s effort to help you explore the real world more easily. Tell the app where you want to go and it’ll serve up a selection of things to do, itineraries for day trips, food and drink recommendations, and more. This being a Google app, some of the smart bits are somewhat reliant on you being ensconced in the Google ecosystem – reservations need to be sucked in from Gmail, for example. However, with offline access for any downloaded location, Trips in tandem with Maps (which can also work offline) is an excellent app to have handy while on your holiday, and with the included ‘need to know’ section (emergency numbers; hospitals; health centers) could even be a life-saver. Quik If you like the idea of editing home movies but are a modern-day being with no time or attention span, try Quik. The app automates the entire process, enabling you to create beautiful videos with a few taps and show off to your friends without needing talent – surely the epitome of today’s #hashtag generation. All you need do is select some videos and photos, and choose a style. Quik then edits them into a great-looking video you can share with friends and family. But if your inner filmmaker hankers for a little more control, you can adjust the style, music, format and pace, along with trimming clips, reordering items, and adding titles to get the effect you desire. Cementing its friendly nature, Quik offers a little pairs minigame for you to mess about with while the app renders your masterpiece. And there’s even a weekly ‘For You’ video Quik compiles without you lifting a finger. Prisma We’ve seen quite a few apps that try to turn your photos into art, but none manage it with quite the same raw ability as Prisma. The app is almost disarmingly simple to use: shoot or select a photo, crop your image, and choose an art style (options range from classic paintings through to comic book doodling). The app within a few seconds then transforms your photo into a miniature Picasso or Munch, and it’s instantly better than most of us could ever hope to achieve with Photoshop. On trying Prisma with a range of imagery, we found it almost never comes up with a duff result thanks to some insanely smart processing. But if you find the effects a bit jarring, a slide of your finger can soften your chosen filter prior to sharing your masterpiece online. Our only criticism is the app’s low-res output, making Prisma pics only suitable for screen use – but it’s a real must-have. iTunes Movie Trailers If you’re forever hunting down trailers to see what’s worth flinging money at in the cinema, iTunes Movie Trailers is an essential download. The interface is split between featured films, charts (by popularity, box office take or rating), and favorites. Selecting a film doesn’t immediately fire up the trailer. Instead, you get some artwork, a synopsis of the movie, information (cast, run time, genre, and so on), and a list of trailers to play. Like most movie apps, there’s a whiff of US-first here. (The app is at the time of writing restricted to the USA, Canada and the UK, and uses US ratings and charts.) But for the movie-mad, it’s an elegant and usable means of accessing trailers, some of which are even temporarily exclusive to Apple.