1Password lets you create strong, unique passwords and syncs them across all popular mobile and desktop platforms. It also lets you store other sensitive information such as credit card numbers and addresses.
On the iPhone in particular, it comes with Face ID supports, letting you seamlessly auto-fill sensitive information into sign-in fields and forms. 1Password requires a monthly or annual subscription of $3.99 or $35.99, but you can try it out 30 days for free.
Soor is a phenomenal-looking third-party Apple Music app for the iPhone. It comes with an intuitive, gesture driven user interface, supports light, dark, and black themes, sports Musixmatch integration, and features full-fledged widget support. If you find the default Music app on the iPhone 12 to be lacking, then Soor is something that you must definitely consider switching to. However, it will set you back by $4.99.
To sweeten the deal, Soor also provides a dizzying array of widgets that are superior in functionality to the native Apple Music widgets in almost every way.
Download: Soor ($4.99)
In iOS 14, Safari is vastly improved with superior performance, better anti-tracking, and integrated language translation capabilities. However, it’s limited to the Apple ecosystem, which makes it a hard bargain if you use a Windows or Android-based device alongside your iPhone 12.