These are the iPhone apps I'm currently paying for

In today's article I'll share the iPhone apps I'm currently paying for, highlighting their benefits and why they're worth it.

The four non-free applications that I use on my iPhone

Duolingo (Family plan €20 per year)

Let's start with Duolingo, a language learning app that has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Duolingo offers a variety of languages ​​to learn interactively, from French and Spanish to Japanese and Mandarin. Although the app offers a free versionI opted for the family plan of €20 per year to make the most of its potential and the application is helping me learn Finnish, with a 60 day streak at the moment.

What I really like about Duolingo is its gamified way of learning languages. The app uses short lessons and interactive activities that make the learning process easy. fun and addictive.

He Family plan It allows me to share my subscription with family and friends, anyone can join it via a link and they don't have to be in the same Apple Family Group. This gives me access to exclusive, ad-free content.


YouTube Premium (€15.99 per month)

YouTube is the largest video platform in the world, and millions of people use it daily to watch content of all kinds. However, the YouTube experience is sometimes interrupted by ads. This is where YouTube Premium comes into play.

For €15.99 per month, YouTube Premium offers an experience no ads. This means I can enjoy videos without interruptions. But what I like most about this subscription is the ability to download videos and watch them offline.

For me, the download function is useful when I travel by plane. I can save videos to my device and watch them offline at any time. This has made my flights much more entertaining.

YouTube videos on your iPhone


Strava (€49.99 per year)

If you are a lover of sports and physical activity, you may already be familiar with Strava. This application has become the reference social network for athletes from all over the world. From running and cycling to swimming and hiking, Strava lets you record and share your physical activities with your friends.

Strava's premium subscription, which costs €49.99 per year, offers advanced analysis of your training. You can get detailed information about your heart rate, speed, altitude and more, allowing you to improve your training sessions. Also about the relative effort made and the optimal recovery time.

Strava App 1

In my case, Strava has become a way to share my training with friends.

Strava run walk pedal

Gentle Streak (€49.99 per year)

Gentle Streak is an app that has also had some impact on my life in terms of tracking my fitness and health. This app is quite simple but effective at the same time and helps me keep track of various metrics related to my well-being.

This app helps me make more informed decisions about my workouts and make changes to improve my overall well-being.

Gentler Streak iPhone and Apple Watch app

Gentler Streak Fitness Meter

Although these applications have a price, I consider them to be worth it due to the advantages and conveniences they provide in my daily life. If you're looking for apps to improve your learning, entertainment, physical activity, or health, these options could come in handy.