There are a lot of apps that were released in 2013, and it's easy for some of the great ones to fall through the cracks. 148Apps' staff has gotten together to discuss some of our favorite apps of the past year that you might not have heard of. These are our favorite underappreciated apps of 2013.
The tagline for Heyday
is "Journaling Reimagined," and that's pretty apt. The app will run in the background on iOS 7 devices and track where you go; matching those GPS coordinates up with business locations and with photos you take. The app then presents you with a detailed map and list of locations you have been each day. After a couple weeks of use, it's fun to look back and see where you've been and what you've done; all gathered automatically. - Jeff Scott
is the photo sharing app that wanted to do everything different than Instagram
, to even having circular photos rather than square ones. It was the anti-social network, but there was something cool about getting a photo that no one else got, and sharing photos just for the sake of sharing a cool, random photo; not to try and get likes for it. - Carter Dotson
is one of those apps that I wish I didn't need to bother with, but I'm very glad to have it around. It truly does help me to visualize my debt - and my progress in getting rid of it - very easily. I only wish I'd been able to use it sooner! - Rob Rich