Another week, another selection of the best new apps on the App Store. We're here to save your precious time with six of the best that have landed in the past seven days.
Wikipedia works pretty well through your browser, but Viki is an app that makes the process even better. Its killer feature is that it lets you check out interesting articles related to your current location, with some great map visualization tools. It’s a real game changer for knowledge fans.
Social networking apps make it quite easy to share images with friends and loved ones, but Shorts makes it easier still. The app allows others to follow your camera roll, and vice versa. It’s not something you’ll use for just anyone. But for the special people in your life, it’s more convenient than having to upload images elsewhere.
Want to introduce some good habits into your life? Today makes that easier by creating a kind of custom dashboard for your habits. You set out what you want to achieve, with a series of cards and journaling features, andToday throws praise and badges your way as reward. For free, it’s certainly worth pursuing.
Monitoring your finances is a necessary evil. Toshl makes it a little more bearable. It’s a simple to use app, allowing you to calculate how much you have available to spend, how much you should save, and where all the rest is going. Its visualization tools are great for giving you a quick insight into how things are going throughout the month.
Learning music by ear is a frequently tough but valuable skill to have. Transcribe+ aims to simplify that process. it lets you slow down sounds and shift their pitch, allowing you to gradually get used to recognising each note. It’s going to take practice still, but it’s a neat concept.
Do you take a lot of videos each day, and have no clue how to keep on top of them? VideoSlam helps a ton with that. It collates all of your videos from each hour, day, week, or month. You can view them at speed to quickly see what’s on your iPhone. It works well, and you’re bound to appreciate not feeling quite so overwhelmed by your collection.