Apps are the reason why we love our smartphones so much; it’s like having tons of useful little assistants at your beck and call. So why not recruit some new ones to get you through the week! Here’s our top apps for this week!
This week we’re giving you our top iOS apps.
Madhat (iOS only)
We love Snapchat and the creative things our friends come up with to make us laugh. The doodling feature may be a small part of Snapchat, but it proven to be one of the best thing about the social media app. The Internet has produced some funny and inventive snaps, but there’s always room for improvement. Madhat is the photo doodling app you need to further expand the art that is drawing a beard on your mate. The UI is tight and you won’t see any crashing, which Snapchat is infamous for.
Boom: Music Player with Magical Surround Sound (iOS only)
iTunes is hard to replicate as it just does everything you need and more when it comes to organising your music and ease of use. But it isn’t as customisable as third party music players. With Boom you can adjust the levels to suit whatever earphones you’re using. That’s not all, you can adjust any earphone to get a 3D surround sound effect.
DM2 (iOS only)
Following the success of the DM1 Drum Machine, the guys at Audionomy Apps have released DM2, an even more fully featured music creation app. With 6 main sections, the app covers pretty much everything you could want from a drum machine and more. There’s a 32 step sequencer and 3×3 pad surface for constructing live beats on the fly, while the advanced mixer page and FX section allows for plenty of customisation. You’ve also got the ability to save patterns and play them back in the Song section, allowing you to construct full tracks from your beats with relative ease. This, and the Ableton Link compatibility, makes it a powerful tool for anyone’s DAW.
The Diary – Track your health anywhere (iOS only)
Technology is a beautiful thing and it just gets better and better every day, for one sole purpose. To make our everyday lives easier. One of the biggest technological revolutions of all time is the smartphone. Now you can use your smartphone to keep healthy, using The Diary. You can chart your weight, medication, heart rate, all in The Diary app. You can even use your Apple Watch’s mic to enter necessary information. A true convenience for those who need to stay on top of their health.
Cameraxis (iOS only)
Cameraxis is a powerful photo and graphic editing tool that allows pretty professional looking doodles to be overlayed over your image of choice. The app is perfect for people who want to create personalised Christmas cards or posters, while it can also be used to create Instagram posts with a unique message on or something similar. The application features over 300 predefined graphic designs but these can of course be customised to suit your taste and combined with filters for additional effect. There’s also a layering and grouping system that people who use professional applications such as Photoshop will be overjoyed about, since it makes managing big projects so much easier.
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