There’s no shortage of great apps out there, but we’ve gathered 10 of the most interesting, useful iPhone apps you may not have used yet.  Here are the apps you should start using in 2016:

Google Photos is an overall better solution to Apple’s built-in iCloud Photo Library for backing up and managing your iPhone’s photo collection. You get free unlimited storage with optional paid plans for storing ultra hi-res images.

The app has fancy image recognition that lets you search for things like dogs, food, or a particular mountain range and find relevant photos. You can share albums with others and create fun GIFs too.

A recent update to the iPhone app added collaborative albums and the ability to scan your photo library and delete photos off your camera roll that are already backup up in the cloud.

Get it from the App Store.

Source: The 10 best iPhone apps you should use – Tech Insider