So, you’ve checked out the list of Best New Apps on the App Store, and don't know where to begin. Well, don't fear, as we’ve picked out the best new apps you should check out from the list.
Weather by Tinybop aims to educate childrenon the weather with an interactivemodel of our weather system.
You can manipulate the sun, air, water, temperature, wind, and precipitation, and see just what a difference it all makes. It’s quite simple to do, and far more interesting than reading a textbook.
Doo - Get Things Done breaks down big projects into small bitesized tasks, making it easier to complete them.
It gives you a stack of cards, representing each task, so you can easily see what’s expected of you.
Taking out the intimidation factor should help you get to grips with stuff, or you could just hit the snooze button a few more times.
Why are we all obsessed with taking photos of our food? I don’t know, but I know I’m part of the problem.
Foodie - Delicious Camera makes it even easier, offering up some filters specifically designed for such needs. It does actually make even the most mediocre of food pictures look pretty good too.
BuzzFeed has taken another step towards world domination with its BuzzFeed Video app.
You can use it to binge watch a crazy number of shows from the site, covering silly things to food recipes, to weird stuff I think I’m too old to appreciate any more.
For the coffee fan, Grind - Coffee Brewed Simply offers brewing recipes to help you get your coffee just right.
A lot of it is down to timing, so the Apple Watch functionality is incredibly helpful.
Want someone else to edit your videos? Where’s the fun in that? Still, VidMob is a way to do exactly that, as a kind of outlet for hiring editors to do the dirty work for you.
Whether it’s for personal or professional reasons, it's incredibly convenient.