We have made a list of a few very handy free applications to help you with your iOS development.
Watchdog Watches your generated files and cleans them up automatically. Great if you have every had to clear your derived data manually.
oh-my-zsh Revamp your terminal with a more modern feel. Themes and aliases can be great for improving your workflow and saving you time.
Zeplin A UI designing and sharing tool. A cool feature is being able to download icons direct from a mock with all the sizes required for Xcode.
Alcatraz The missing package manager for Xcode, plenty of add-ons to help your development so have a look.
SimSim Quick access to your simulator's folders. Handy for getting to your database files etc.
Sqlite Browser Simple database browser, its great for looking into your app's database and figuring out bugs.
Charles Proxy Capture all network requests to your app and make sure everything is looking good. Handy for quickly blaming the server for bugs.
Postman A useful tool to send network requests to your APIs. Great for testing the format of data to be sent to the server or returned from it.
Git Kraken If you don't like terminal based Git then this GUI top notch. Visualising the branches graph can help a lot in complex projects.
App Launch Pad Quick an easy customised screenshots. Show off your app to its full potential and make sure you get it into the hands of people that want it!
Fabric One of the better analytics platforms that will allow you to log crashes and custom events. The more you know about the usage of your app the better you can make improvements.
Gifable Record your screen as a Gif. Great for showing everyone what you have made. It's not free but its pretty cheap.
Being more efficient at your work helps you get more done. If you know any more great apps to add to this list comment below and we will add them in.