Prepare to be scolded if you overindugle as Carrot brings his own-brand of sadistic AI to calorie counting
Carrot is rather insulting.
The fully-featured iPad illlustration app launches on iPhone so you can create anytime, anywhere
The iPad has revolutionised digital art to a great degree, providing a large, touchscreen canvas for artists to unleash their inner creativity.
All-star line up including Samsung, Microsoft, Misfit and Jawbone announced for this year’s event
Note-taking just got a whole lot sexier
When a third-party app boasts a genuine, bona fide brilliant idea, it isn’t unusual to see it creep into an iOS update somewhere down the line.
This free app teaches you how to play your favourite songs
Wouldn’t it be great if you could learn how to play all of your favourite songs without having to scour the internet in search of tabs that sound just about right? If you’re sat there thinking ‘yes, yes it would!’ then you might want to download Jamn Player, a free iPhone and iPad app that lets you do just that.
Record and edit your very own podcast without any technical know-how
Podcasting has been around for more than ten years and still going, with true crime story Serial recently going onto become a global phenomenon, racking up 5 million downloads worldwide and even being syndicated by national radio stations, such as BBC Radio 4.
Like Shazam for clothes, TheTake identifies what people are wearing in movies
The phrase ‘as seen on TV’ is a well-worn – some may say dubious – badge of honour for a product but there is no doubt that an item seen on a screen (large or small) can be more desirable.
Track your expenses quickly and easily with this money management app
If your default setting for money management is to bury your head in the sand, then this app will gently coax you out of blissful ignorance and install an element of organisation in your life.
Get in shape with this waterproof fitness band
A spooky sequel to the critically-acclaimed Haunting Melissa app
You don’t need a media studies degree to know that the way we watch our TV shows and movies is changing, from binge-watching on Netflix to hashtagging during X-Factor.
With so many apps aiming to make the creation of music as quick and easy as possible, it is never an easy ask for a new release to compete.
However, Auxy may have cracked the conundrum by building a solution that suits those who are new to music just as much as it suits those seasoned music makers who need to create songs and beats to aid their songwriting.
Blloon launches a freemium book reading service that it hopes will rival Kindle and iBooks.
Blloon is a service which is designed to let you read occasionally for free and to buy plans which are based around the number of pages you read rather than actual books.
Heroes is a town-building freemium game. It might dress it up in the urban camouflage of modern warfare, but it’s basically Clash of Clans reskinned.
That’s not a bad thing, and the core gameplay that makes Clash of Clans so playable is kept intact in Heroes, but unless you’re a fan of the recent Call of Duty games, you’re probably better off with the former.
Scan the skies with these iPhone and Android must-haves
High-fidleity music streaming for iPhone and Android
As music streaming services go, Tidal’s credentials seem very favourable.
Become an iOS power user with a few swipes with this new automation tool
If you’ve ever used IFTTT web service or the phone app then you’ll have some idea of where Workflow is coming from.
Transform your Phone photos into postcards with Postify
Break your digital addiction with this top app
Put your grasp of the English language to the test
If you are from foreign shores and seeking a job that requires an understanding of English, then this app provides certification of your skills through your mobile device.
This concise app offers a shot of daily business news
We applaud the ‘no-strings attached’ way that this app operates.