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iOS 9 was launched in September and we’re pretty sure that most of the owners of supported iPhones and iPads have updated their devices until now. Also, in the meantime, Apple released versions iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 with many fixes for all kinds of glitches, while iOS 9.1 brought new emojis and other improvements. But we’ll not talk about the updates of these versions and instead, we’ll give you a few examples of applications which will make your life better.


The iOS users are most likely browsing the internet with Safari, but some websites are full of annoying ads and other stuff which affects the loading time. With 1Blocker, the users will no longer worry about ads and the pages, tracking scripts, comments, widgets etc., the pages will be loaded faster and the average of total downloaded data will be decreased by 50 percent. To activate 1Blocke, go to Settings > Safari > Content blockers.


This is an application for your iPad and it will allow you to watch your favorite show in a corner of your tablet’s screen, while you’re doing other things.

Night Sky

This application is for those who are fascinated with the sky, its stars, constellations, planets etc. The users just need to point their devices to the sky and the application will recognize those bodies from outer space. Night Sky is also able to give information about pollution in your area, or how the weather will be in the following days.


This delivery tracking application is linked to 265 delivery services and the most important ones are FedEx, UPS, DHL and TNT. If you’ve bought something and you’re waiting for your package to be delivered through one of these delivery services, Parcel will track it. Open the app, enter the tracking number and choose Share from the list of share extensions.


If you don’t have time to read an article or watch a video, you can save them for offline viewing. Now, Pocket supports new features such as picture-in-picture video, and you are allowed to browse content which was saved from Spotlight Search.


From now on, you can access your Dropbox files using Spotlight Search. By swiping left on the home screen, you’ll search for files you’ve recently used, or files you’ve market for offline access. If you own an iPhone 6S or 6S Plus, you’ll take advantage of the Force Touch technology and use it within this application.