Even though you’ve probably already given up on your 2018 New Year’s resolutions, there’s nothing like a new app to make you feel more productive and efficient—even though most apps are really just a distraction from getting work done. Take Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat, for example; social media apps that we know for a fact are bad for us, yet we continue to log onto every day. Don’t think you’re addicted to social media apps? Check out the battery usage percentages under “Battery” in “Settings” on your iPhone, and you’ll see just how many precious hours you’re wasting on Facebook.

For this list, we wanted to compile apps that let you do something a little different from your never-ending scrolling through Instagram’s Explore page. By now, you’ve probably downloaded all of the essential apps already, like Google Maps to help you get around, Spotify to keep you entertained by all your playlists, and Tinder to make Friday night plans. But have you heard of an app that uses augmented reality to let you redesign your home? Or one that tracks all of your packages in real time, so you never waste hours waiting for UPS to show up? These iOS apps may not be as well-known as some of the standard icons on everyone’s iPhones, but they’re innovative, useful, and fun additions to your home screen.

We’ve already given you the best apps for discovering new music, apps that work for actually getting laid, and ones for doing just about everything else on the planet. Now we’ve compiled some of the best iPhone apps that aren’t your typical favorites. Our list includes apps that help you get work done faster, make organizing your day easier, and let you flex your creative juices. Hopefully with the extra time saved using half of these apps, you can focus on creating something super cool or checking more things off your to-do list. And if you’re not an Apple person, check out our list of the best Android apps.