Canva is a simple and quick way to create a design for anything from an Instagram post to a flyer or business card. It’s free, and I love that it’s powerful enough to handle most of your basic design needs. The paid version even makes it easy to share designs with your team and gives you access to a vast stock image library to step up your next marketing piece or social media post.
4. Adobe Lightroom
The new version of Lightroom, not to be confused with the legacy version–known as Lightroom Classic–is the most powerful photo management and editing tool you can get on your iPhone (or iPad or Mac for that matter). While it has a built-in camera, the best part is that a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud means your photo library syncs across all of your devices, letting you edit photos on the go with the same powerful tools you have on your desktop.
If you want to edit video with pro-grade software, LumaFusion is the best you’re going to get on iOS. The power of the A13 chip in both the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro makes editing even 4K video simple and fast. It also gives you the ability to import video from your photo library as well as every major cloud service (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive) or shared network drives, along with a range of export options.
This one isn’t just a great app on the iPhone 11 but really any iOS device–especially if you need an easy way to keep files synced across a variety of devices. Sure, there are plenty of apps that do the same thing, but Dropbox still does it faster and makes sharing about as simple as it gets. It’s also great for quickly scanning in a document as a PDF and easily sharing or accessing it on your other devices.