There’s nothing quite like the feeling of a crisp new iPhone on your wrist, as you flick through the home screen or browse your favorite apps on the watch.
But when it comes to apps you’ve been wanting to download on your iPhone, there’s no shortage.
Some are quite popular, others have little appeal, and still others just don’t work.
This list is by no means exhaustive.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, you can always check out our full list of the top 10 apps in iOS 8.1.1 that you need to download right now.
The Weather app This weather app is perfect for saving your home and loved ones in the event of a severe weather event.
The app can track temperature and humidity in real-time, and even offer up suggestions for how to stay hydrated.
Google Maps This map app allows you to navigate around your surroundings in real time.
It even includes directions to major landmarks, and can even suggest a restaurant for you to try out.
Weather Ticker Weather Tickers lets you know what’s expected to occur throughout the day based on forecasted conditions.
Mail This mail app is fantastic for checking email, as it allows you the ability to easily view messages and folders and manage attachments.
Mail Today Mail Today lets you schedule emails for later and is also available for iPhone and iPad.
Google Calendar Calendar Calendar lets you set reminders and receive reminders in realtime.
Yelp This Yelp app has all of your favorite restaurants, and lets you see reviews for the most popular restaurants on a daily basis.
Netflix The Netflix app lets you stream movies, TV shows, and documentaries from your mobile device, as well as watch them on your TV, monitor them online, and read them on the go. 9.
Weather Report Weather Report lets you get an average or seasonal weather forecast.
Themes, Animations, and More There’s a ton of great themes and animations for the iPhone and Android.
You can also use these for your home screens or even customize your look and feel.
If none of these apps is something you want, you might want to check out this collection of great free apps.
Calgary will buy ice at a cost of $100 million over three years, with a $10 million deposit, to make up for a shortage of ice at homes and business offices, the city said Wednesday.
Calgary Hydro will also buy 10 million litres of chilled water for use at homes for the first time.
The city will also use $100,000 of its Hydro-Centre Plus debt to purchase more ice from the Alberta Utilities Commission.
The $100-million deal comes after Calgary Hydro reported an ice shortage last year.
The city is also buying $200,000 worth of water for a new community centre at the University of Calgary.
“It’s the most efficient way of getting more ice into our community,” said Mayor Naheed Nenshi.
With files from The Canadian Press