Tracking your habits is a great way to keep an eye on your progress for a variety of self-improvement goals, and you have an incredible number of apps for doing so on the iPhone. However, when it comes to performance and ease of use, we like Productive, because it blends simplicity with the statistics you want to see.
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At a glance, system monitors might not seem as useful on your iPhone as they are on a desktop computer, but they can pack in a lot of good data. This includes detailed battery life breakdowns, storage space and data speeds. For the average user, our favourite system monitor for the iPhone is Omnistat.
Two-factor authentication is one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself against getting your accounts hacked, and you should enable it now if you haven't already. Authy is our favourite two-factor app on the block.
If you've been looking to go digital with your comic book collection, you're probably overwhelmed with all the comic readers available on the iPhone and iPad. Fret no more: Comic Zeal is the app you want.
Despite some useful updates to Apple's stock Mail client in iOS 6, that app has lagged somewhat since we picked it as our App Directory selection back in June last year. From the moment Sparrow hit the iPhone, we've loved it more than any other mail client on iOS. Even though feature updates have ceased following its acquisition by Google and development will eventually wind down, Sparrow deserves its due and is our top pick among iOS email clients.
The iPhone isn't lacking in data usage trackers, but many of them offer few features or do little to ensure they're tracking your data accurately. We like Data Usage because it helps keep you on top of all the data you're using, alerts you as much or as little as you want, and provides in-depth statistics.
Browsing the files on your iOS device isn't easy, as Apple technically doesn't allow it. However, there are a number of desktop programs that will let you browse the file system and perform all sorts of tweaks, even if you aren't jailbroken. Our favourite is the i-FunBox, for its good interface and easy access to all the things you could want to tweak.