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January 26, 2020
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January 25, 2020
In this edition of our Apps of the Week roundup we have a Chromecast mirroring tool, a mood and habit tracker, and a Reddit client with a unique interface. And as always, we've selected two great new games for you to check out.
Replica is a handy little app that enables you to mirror your screen from your iPhone to a Chromecast TV. It streams in HD, with low latency, and works with videos, games photos and music. It obviously won't work with DRM-protected apps, which don't allow you to capture the screen, but otherwise you should be good.
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Tangerine is a free and simple habit and mood tracker that helps you organize your routine, achieve your personal goals and reflect on your life. You can keep track of streaks, goals and completion rates for your habits, and then take a note at the end of the day to reflect on how it made you feel. Now there is a premium version, but you can try it out for free for a week.
Submarine Two is Reddit client, but it also offers a desktop-quality multitasking experience. Tap and hold on any link to open it in the background, and then you can access it from the Dock. Think of it like tabs in a browser. It also supports Dark Mode, Homescreen Shortcuts, Dynamic Type, and much more.
Grand Mountain Adventure features huge mountains to explore, with runs in several directions—from backcountry areas to deep forests. There are beautiful ski resorts with busy slopes, obstacles like avalanches and angry bears to avoid, and tons of trials and challenges to discover. There's even a fully-fledged trick system and controller support. The game is free to download, but an IAP is required to unlock the full version.
And just in time for next week's big game here is Retro Bowl, a pixelated football game that has you manage and coach your team to victory. You handle everything from on-the-field play calls, to press duties, and even dealing with fragile egos. The game is free to check out, but as it seems to be a recurring theme today, there is an IAP for the 'unlimited' version. It's only a buck though.
January 24, 2020
Reviewed by Jimbo
NextDoor opens up the world of your neighborhood in a way that makes it easy to make the most of where you live.
Designed to be your neighborhood hub, NextDoor lets you easily discover what’s going on in your neighborhood, connect with your neighbors and also be a platform for buying and selling goods locally.
NextDoor by NextDoor.com Inc. brings your neighborhood to you in a way that lets you be as connected as you like.
Specifically, you can use NextDoor to help you locate nearby events, services, stores and even people. You can put stuff up for sale or find things that other locals are looking to get rid of, often for free.
How about local yard sales or a dog walker or a babysitter? Think of one part of it as a community newsletter with ads for local products and services.
If you want to get more involved in your community you can even use NextDoor to help you set up a neighborhood watch.
It’s frequently the case that when you move into a new neighborhood it takes quite awhile to get to know your neighbors and even longer to figure out what’s going on and who’s doing what. NextDoor is a great way to short-circuit that process, get to know folks, and generally feel more comfortable.
Appearance and Layout:
NextDoor iPhone App
This is a simply designed app and that’s exactly what you want. Clear navigational labels make it easy to find your way around. The in-app color scheme is impressively clean cut as well.
NextDoor’s designers did a good job of creating an app that is pleasantly colorful, but not overdone.
Features are logically organized, making it easy to find whatever you may be looking for. Be it items for sale, crime & safety info, or events going on nearby.
While NextDoor doesn’t have graphics that are anything to write home about, what’s more important is that the app has a cleanly designed layout that makes it easy to navigate while being very aesthetically pleasing.
Overall we’d have to say that NextDoor should be on your phone whether you’re new to the neighborhood or a long time resident.
As testament to our high opinion of this app, it was included in our 2019 roundup entitled “39 Great Apps For Your New iPhone“.
Plus, even if you’re about to move out and you’re just finding out about this app, don’t wait. It’s a great way to get rid of all that stuff you’d really rather not move to your new digs.
NextDoor requires iOS 11.4 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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