Best new apps for iPhone and iPad in June 2018

There are over a million and a half apps for iPhone and iPad and the number just keeps growing. Every day new and newly updated apps hit the App Store, and it's impossible to keep up with all of them. Luckily, you don't have to. All you have to do is bookmark this page and come back every day. When you do, we'll have the best of the best new apps waiting for you!

Best new and updated apps

Best Apps

This week, clean the clutter out of your photo library with Gemini Photos, use Hole19 to improve your golf game, and check out Views for a new take on the news powered by artificial intelligence.

  • Gemini Photos - Developed by MacPaw and based on the same principles as its Gemini Mac app, Gemini Photos focuses on helping you find and weed out photos that look too similar. Say, for instance, that you took a massive set of similar-looking photos to get a single perfect shot. Instead of having to manually sort through that collection yourself, you open up Gemini Photos, and using machine learning, the app will pick out what it thinks is the single best image of the lot, then mark the other similar photos for deletion. The app will always let you review the photos so you don't delete something you wanted to keep by mistake. Gemini will also look for photos that might be cluttering up your library like screenshots, blurry photos, and notes. Gemini Photos is free to download, but if you want unlimited access you'll need to pay either $1.99 per month or $11.99 per year if you want to go the subscription route, while a one-time purchase of $14.99 is also available. Free - Download Now

  • Hole19 - This is your full-featured golf companion app. Hole19 helps you find courses where you want to play, check local weather, and book tee times. Beyond that, you'll also get accurate GPS distances for more than 40,000 golf courses around the world. The app also lets you keep score in your game, and with Hole19 Premium, you can track the distance of your last shot, view detailed performance metrics for your current game, and statistics for each club. In its latest update, Hole19 added a new feature for Premium subscribers that is also available as a one-off purchase: Club Recommendations, which will, as you might imagine, recommend clubs that you can use to improve your golf game. Free - Download Now

  • Views - Views is a new take on news aggregation apps, seeking to deliver the news to you in a good looking and intelligent package. Featured stories are delivered on bold, simple cards that stand out from the background to catch your attention, with stories from categories that you find interesting. Views is built for speed, and everything is delivered and refreshed quickly. When you find a story that you want to save for later, you can bookmark it. But perhaps the most interesting feature of Views is Felicity, a smart assistant that can answer your questions by gathering news articles from more than 60 sources. Felicity can also read the news to you when you have the app in Drive Mode while you're driving. Free - Download Now

  • Basic Space - Basic Space is an online store that puts an emphasis on curation. The app offers a marketplace that claims to promote the best of everything, such as clothing, accessories, and more. You can choose whether to buy items for yourself or gift them to someone else. Each item comes with a short description, a price, and a link to the seller. Following that link will take you to the seller's page, which you can also find in the People section. Each seller page has their current listings, their total, and the items on Basic Space that they've Liked themselves. Free - Download Now

  • BetterMe: Meditation - If you've tried meditation, but found that you have some trouble focusing, give this app a shot. Billing itself as "meditation for people who can't meditate," BetterMe: Meditation asks just a few minutes from your day to help you build a healthier mind. The meditation exercises in the center around dealing with certain kinds of stress such as anxiety and anger. BetterMe offers short, three- and five-minute sessions that could help you reduce stress, improve focus, and lead to a happier, healthier you in general You can get started with BetterMe for free, but after the trial period, you'll need to pay for a 6-month subscription for $41.99. Free - Download Now

Featured apps

Featured Apps

Father's Day is coming up, and Apple's collected apps for this week will help you find a present for your dad, even if that gift is the gift of your time.

  • - Experience art on the go with's official app. Now available on both iPhone and iPad, this app is a great way to immerse yourself in a world of visual art, letting you browse a wide catalog of pieces and even purchase and frame them as you will. You can even use the Gallery Wall Designer and ArtView to plan out a customized gallery wall in your own personal space using augmented reality. Free- Download Now

  • REI - Summer is a great time to spend outdoors and if you're dad's the type to agree with that assessment, you might want to get him some brand new gear for Father's Day from REI. The retailer offers a wide selection of outdoor gear that you'll need for your next adventure. Buy gear in the app, check availability at your local REI retail location, browse your purchase history, and put REI gift cards in your Apple Wallet. Free - Download Now

  • ViewRanger - If your dad is the outdoor type, then plan your next excursion using ViewRanger. With ViewRanger, you can find thousands of guides for trails across the world. These guides all contain maps, including street and terrain, so you can more easily plan your trek. ViewRanger has also recently added Skyline, an augmented reality mode that can identify and mark what you're looking at based on your location and orientation. Free - Download Now