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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 04/05/2020

April 05, 2020 by RSS Feed

Qbics Paint , 4th Grade Vocabulary Challenge , Reading Habit and more

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Qbics Paint ( $1.99 → Free ) Abylight S.L. Qbics Paint has something for everyone. Sculpt mode allows you to chip away at the blocks to reveal the figure hidden inside. Maker mode allows you to create your own voxel figures one block at a time. You’re able to freely paint the figures or you can follow the coloring patterns. Once you’re done, snap a photo of the figure using the augmented reality mode and share it with the world.

4th Grade Vocabulary Challenge ( $1.99 → Free ) Peekaboo Studios LLC 4th Grade Vocabulary Challenge can be used to practice words anytime, anywhere. It includes hundreds of words with multiple choice answers for definitions. Whether or not the correct definition is chosen, you’ll be able to see the word properly used in a sentence. The app will keep track of all of the words that have been learned and even remind you when it’s time to study.

Reading Habit ( $0.99 → Free ) Simon Wang Reading Habit aims to bring you curated content from the web. After signing up for a free account, you’re able to choose from a list of interests including art, business, crime, history, science and technology, sports, and more. Every time you launch the app you’ll be presented with a new long-form article, somewhere between 3,000 and 6,000 words, which matches your interests. Articles can be saved for later and revisited at any time.

Alien Jelly: Food For Thought ( $0.99 → Free ) Collective Mass Alien Jelly is mind-bending fun. The object of the game is to collect all of the tasty treats and get to the spaceship without falling into the abyss. You’re able to move your character one space at a time with a swipe. You won’t just be chugging along in a straight line, however. You’ll have to rotate the world using a two-finger gesture in order to reach different platforms, discover hidden treasures, and avoid unruly obstacles. The game includes a total of 50 levels, three galactic environments, and three characters.

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3 of the Best Healthful Apps for Surviving the Pandemic

April 04, 2020 by RSS Feed

3 of the Best Healthful Apps for Surviving the Pandemic TheiPhoneAppReview.com

If you’re “sheltering in place”, in other words, stuck at home, you know you need to have a variety of apps at your disposal that can help you get through it with your sanity in tact.

Of course you have your apps that you use to stay in touch with colleagues and loved ones, and then there’s the apps that let you play games together remotely, but what about your overall well being?

It’s important that you carve out some “me time” so you can get through this, however long it takes. Not that we think it will take too long, but depending on where you are, you’ll be at different points along the virus curve and so it will be sooner for some than others.

TheiPhoneAppReview.com has done some legwork for you.

Here are the absolute 3 best iPhone apps that will help you maintain your sanity today and for many days and years to come.

Calm – Meditate, Sleep, Relax – (Free) – Meditation & Sleep

The Calm app is a must-have for anyone who recognizes and values the importance of taking it down a notch.

If you’ve ever been curious about mindfulness and meditation as a method of improving your overall mental, and physical, health, this is a great app to get you started on the right track.

Whether you’ve been meditating for years or are a complete beginner, this app will help you achiever your goals. While it’s true that you really don’t need an app to meditate, this app will help you stay with it and, as with most things you can do to improve your health, it’s not about doing it once or twice, it’s about beginning a lifelong healthful habit.

There are many many features and benefits of this app and you’ll be exploring it for some time to come. One of the things we like most about it is it offers “An original Daily Calm every day: a new 10-minute program added daily to help ease you into the day or unwind with before bed.”

Journey: Diary, Journal – (Free) – Journaling

It’s no secret that we’re all going through a very stressful time and, hopefully, a once in a lifetime crisis as well.

You can ease your stress, and also create a valuable record of your experiences, by keeping a daily journal.

Whether you’re a seasoned diary-keeper or have just heard about it and wondered what it’s all about, journaling is a very positive activity no matter what’s going on in your life.

One thing that’s important to note is that while a simple note taking app is all you really need to record your thoughts, this app is loved by so many users because it goes far beyond the basics.

The structure of the app lends itself to helping you reflect on what’s important in your life. At a time like this its critical to focus on the positive. This app does that and, through its excellent integrated jouraling coaching facility, keeps you inspired and aware of what you have to be grateful for.

Yoga | Down Dog – (Free) – Yoga

You may have heard that it’s important to look at the bright side of a bad situation. Well we think that spending extended time at home is perfect for learning new habits that will benefit you for many years to come and many times over.

You can’t go to the gym for your regular, or imagined, exercise routine but you can do yoga at home very easily with this terrific app.

Down Dog helps you get started and, whether you’re a newbie or not, keeps you interested by offering up new yoga routines every day. Doing the same practice pattern every day will make sure you learn it by heart but can also be incredibly boring.

No matter what you’re into, Vinyasa, Hatha, Gentle, Restorative, Yin, Ashtanga, Chair, and/or Sun Salutation, you’ll get interesting guidance that will keep your daily routines fresh and make it much more likely that you’ll stick to it.

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3 of the Best Healthful Apps for Surviving the Pandemic — published by TheiPhoneAppReview.com

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 04/04/2020

April 04, 2020 by RSS Feed

Watch Wheels , Revenge Space , Flashlight Timer - Timed Torch and more

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Watch Wheels ( $0.99 → Free ) AlhoGames Watch Wheels is the perfect game for brief moments of downtime. As your car speeds forward, rotate the digital crown on your Apple Watch to steer around hairpin turns. Bump other cars and jockey for position to take first place. The game includes four tracks to unlock, three levels of difficulty, and three AI opponents.

Revenge Space ( $0.99 → Free ) AlhoGames Revenge Space is the ideal Apple Watch game. Simply rotate the digital crown to move your spaceship up and down the screen. Avoid enemy fire and put them in your sights to automatically attack. The game includes five spaceships to unlock, and leaderboards for Apple Watch and iPhone.

Flashlight Timer - Timed Torch ( $0.99 → Free ) Yixiang Lu Just like Voice Countdown Timer from the same developer, Flashlight Timer is one of those apps you never knew you needed. It allows you to visualize time by enabling the iPhone’s flash while the timer is counting down. Simply tap one of the timer presets to begin the countdown. You’re able to add additional time to the countdown with a tap, and even adjust the flashlight’s brightness while it’s running. You’ll know time is up when everything goes dark.

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Remote Drive for Mac - Pro ( $3.99 → Free ) Evgeny Cherpak Remote Drive for Mac allows you to access your Mac from anywhere in your home. You’ll first need to download the free companion app from the developer’s website: https://cherpake.com/remote-for-mac. Then launch both apps and your devices will automatically sync up. Remote Drive provides full access to the files on your Mac, allowing you to view photos and documents, stream video, stream music, and transfer content with ease.

Emoly - Personal Mood Tracker ( $0.99 → Free ) Huu Nguyen Chi Emoly will help identify what alters your mood. Whenever your emotional state changes, simply choose a mood icon that matches how you’re feeling. You’re also able to select any activities that were taking place at the time and add personal notes. After a few entries you’ll be able to identify what brings upon positive and negative feelings through stats and charts. Emoly also includes inspirational quotes, reminders, passcode protection, and the ability to edit the base moods and activities.

Tayasui Blocks ( $1.99 → Free ) Tayasui.com Tayasui Blocks allows you to craft just about anything you can imagine. The building process is as easy as tapping to place blocks and tapping some more to paint them. Common gestures allow you to pan around the 3-D environment and zoom in. Whatever you have built can be shared with the community or destroyed using a wide variety of zany weapons. You’re also able to explore the models that other members of the community have created.

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Impressions, Wavejam, Stones and other apps to check out this weekend

April 04, 2020 by RSS Feed

In this edition of our Apps of the Week roundup, we have an AI-powered celebrity face-swapping app, a musical platform that enables long distance song collaborations, and an app to help you develop better habits. And as always, we've selected two great new games for you to check out.

Impressions

Create realistic celebrity face swap videos on your phone with Impressions—one of the first apps ever to offer high quality face swaps via AI. There are 20+ celebrities to choose from, and you can create a video in less than 5 minutes. Unfortunately you can only make one or two videos per week for free, but if you dig it, it seems more than worth the $5 to unlock the unlimited plan.

Download for free

Wavejam

Here's a cool app that couldn't be any more timely in the era of social distancing: Wavejam. It's a musical platform that allows you to collaborate with your friends on a song. Just record a track, share it, and invite your friends to build on it. Features include a multi-track recorder, quick and easy audio capture, BPM and mixing controls, and much more.

Download for free

Stones

Stones is an app that helps you cultivate and develop good habits. The Discover section provides you with all the information you need to know to be happier, healthier and more productive, and you can watch stories about how certain habits can affect your quality of life. I also really dig the UI. Now there are IAPs here, but for folks wanting to develop better habits, this app is worth a look.

Download for free

Game of Thrones Beyond…

Nearly 50 years before the events of the popular TV show Game of Thrones took place, Lord Commander Brynden Rivers (better known as Bloodraven) disappeared while behind the Wall. Now, it's your turn to take command of the Night's Watch. Even if you didn't watch or like the show, Game of Thrones Beyond… is an impressive RPG strategy title that deserves a look.

Download for free

Bomb Chicken

Looking for something a little more lighthearted? Check out Bomb Chicken. After a freak accident, a seemingly ordinary chicken becomes a bomb-laying free range hero. Explore the versatile mechanic of laying bombs in this explosive exploration platformer. In this game you can lay stacks of explosives, kick them to take out obstacles, create barricades, and more.

Download for $5

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 04/03/2020

April 03, 2020 by RSS Feed

Night Rider - Cyberpunk Racer , DayCost Pro - Personal Finance , cRate Pro - Currency Converter and more

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Missile in a Watch ( $0.99 → Free ) AlhoGames Missile in a Watch is the perfect time killer. Rotate the crown on your Apple Watch to steer the plane and avoid incoming missiles. The missiles will track your plane through the sky, so you’ll have to twist and turn to get them to collide with each other. The game is also playable on iPhone.

Tube Twister ( $0.99 → Free ) AlhoGames Tube Twister will leave you spinning. Your character will go running down an endless tube, and it’s up to you to help them avoid the spikes and holes by rotating the entire tube. Collect the power orbs to receive a speed boost, and hit the red jumps while boosting to receive a bonus. The game includes iPhone and Apple Watch support, leaderboards, and more than 24 characters to unlock.

Z Room ( $0.99 → Free ) AlhoGames Z Room is a 3D first-person shooter that can be played three different ways. AR mode allows you to roam around in augmented reality on your iPhone blasting zombies on your home turf. Stand mode is played on Apple Watch, requiring you to stand your ground as hordes of zombies come barreling towards you. Survive mode is also played on Apple Watch, but instead of standing around you’ll have to destroy zombies and move around the room to collect weapons, ammo, and health.

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Night Rider - Cyberpunk Racer ( $1.99 → Free ) Volkan Kutlubay Night Rider has a totally rad retro 80s look and sound. Tap to change lanes and dodge traffic and other obstacles as you speed down the highway. Pay close attention to what’s ahead because things can change in an instant. One hit and it’s game over. Night Rider includes tons of levels and an endless mode.

DayCost Pro - Personal Finance ( $2.99 → Free ) LingLing Chen It takes mere seconds to record a transaction in DayCost. Just swipe down on the screen, pick a category, enter an amount, and swipe up to record. You’re also able to attach a payment type, photo, and note to your transactions. DayCost allows you to create a budget and view graphical reports to keep your finances in check. It also includes passcode protection, iCloud support, and the ability to create custom categories.

cRate Pro - Currency Converter ( $0.99 → Free ) LingLing Chen cRate is fast and convenient. You’re able to choose from over 160 world currencies and organize them as you see fit. Enter a value for the base currency and all of the other currencies you have chosen will be converted. The app also includes background rate updates, a built-in calculator, and historical charts.

Calendarium - About this Day ( $0.99 → Free ) Idea Studio Calendarium helps you live in the present and the past. The top portion of the screen displays today’s date, the week of the year, sunrise and sunset times, and the number of days that have passed and are left in the year. The bottom portion includes all of the historical events and major holidays that occurred on this very day. Tap and hold on an event or holiday to share it via Twitter, Facebook, Messages, or email.

Driftly for Watch ( $0.99 → Free ) AlhoGames Driftly’s concept is simple enough, but it’s roads sure aren’t. The object of the game is to avoid falling off the winding, treacherous road for as long as possible. Collect the stars to earn bonus points. Driftly’s roads are all randomly generated, so no two play-throughs will ever be the same. The game includes five cars, and Apple Watch, iPhone, and Apple TV support.

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