What are the best ios apps for journalists?

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    CR
    Written on December 14, 2017
    Cynthia Ross
    "OMG, imagine a world without Google Maps. I shudder at the thought. I couldn't believe that when the iPhone first came out that they didn't have Google Maps. It makes driving a pleasant experience. I would always get so nervous when I would have to drive some where new for the first time, but with Google Maps, you don't even have to plan out your drive, just type in the address, and you are good to go. But there was that one time when I told it to take me and my grand daughter to an aquarium, it actually took us to a fish packing company."
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    JG
    Written on December 16, 2017
    Judith Guerrero
    "There are a lot of non-traditional journalists working now. Venmo is a really good, easy, safe and secure way to send or receive money for your work or to support someone else."
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    AW
    Written on December 8, 2017
    Arthur Wagner
    "This wont help anything for journalists."
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    DJ
    Written on December 13, 2017
    Diane Johnson
    "I have used WordPress before for displaying different nail polish swatches. It was nice how I could create a pretty custom looking layout and have it look artistic with minimal effort. Great for person blog use and for public info use."
  3. #6
    MW
    Written on December 7, 2017
    Mark Wheeler
    "I'm using iMovie on my fiancee's Mac, and I'm loving this software! It's easy and fast to use, and it has plenty of effects to help you edit your videos in a very professional way! Simply great, I suggest it to everyone!"
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    RR
    Written on December 16, 2017
    Ruth Rogers
    "I have a love hate relationship with this Microsoft Outlook app. This app comes in handy when you need to access the Outlook email. The app can be slow sometimes but it's the best one out there if you need a few emails."
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    Dropbox
    Apps

    Windows , Mac , Android , iOS

    Free - 30-Days free trial, varies by plan

    HC
    Written on December 4, 2017
    Helen Clark
    "Pretty good tool to save all files that you need. You can share with other people that have your password or you can just link them. Though it can be a bit silly that it has prices for upgrades when you can find other sites with free service to save your files. It really is a good tool though."

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Summary

Best ios apps for journalists
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Google Maps Apps 174 Free
2 Evernote Apps 134 Free
3 Venmo Apps 118 Free
4 Google Photos Apps 103 Free
5 WordPress Apps 74 Paid
6 iMovie Apps 63 Free
7 Microsoft Outlook Apps 29 Free
8 Dropbox Apps 11 Free
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