Best APPS of the YEAR
Another year is almost in the books, so it’s time to take a look at the best new apps that landed on the App Store. Our Top 20 Apps of 2020 feature a little something for everyone including a great way to customize homescreen widgets and more.
Combines Read-it-Later and RSS
Now with iCloud support, you can keep all of your feeds synced between devices.
A New Generation of Professional Photography
One of the best third-party camera apps available, Halide, is making a big step up with the arrival of Halide Mark II. The completely new app features a redesigned interface and many new additions.
Track Your Musical Habits
TuneTrack can help you see some of your favorite artists and songs on a number of different streaming services including Apple Music, Spotify, and last.fm. You can also create a playlist of top track and share it with friends.
A Camera With AI Smarts
The camera app features AI technology to provide real-time filters and effects before even taking a photo. You can take advantage of more than 80 custom filters that can be switched with just tap. There is a wide variety of options including choices from singer Billie Eilish.
Better Visualize Data
Any data source that offers support for Shortcuts can be used with Charty. That opens up a wide variety of different options. If you’re a beginner, the app also offers some great ways to help. There is a video tutorial showing how to create a simple plotting shortcut. You can also take a look at 27 examples with descriptions and preview images.
Bring the Soundtrack of Life Home
The app offers quiet, persistent sounds to help you focus and concentrate.
Help Kids Learn to Read and Write
The app features small games perfect for younger users. To begin, you’ll enter your child’s name and then select their age. It’s made for ages 3-6.
The app allows you to capture video from two cameras simultaneously. To begin, the camera picker view shows all of the available cameras so you can select which view to include in the shot. Along with using a front and rear-facing camera at the same time, you can also select a combination of rear lenses.
Sound from All Directions
Anyone with AirPods Pro can hear the soundscapes with the spatial audio feature in iOS 14.
Take Video Recording to a New Level
Just like Camera 2+, REC is designed for both casual users and more professional videographers to capture videos while featuring a host of power features.
Graphics Creation on iPad
The graphics app takes a number of features from the popular desktop version and redesigned them for use on the tablet and with Apple Pencil. With Apple’s stylus, you can create lines and curves, edit graphics, and more.
Note-Taking Made Easy
Made with the iPhone and iPad in mind, the app allows you to easily structure your documents by nesting notes and even create links and connections between pages. The app also makes it easy to integrate media into your notes.
Track Your Literary Pursuits
Along with tracking books you’ve read, it also allows you to enter novels you want to dive in to.
Create Your Reading List
With the easy-to-use read it later app, you can save, organize, and share different links without needing to create an account.
The new app Watch With Friends wants to help you be more social and host a virtual Netflix watch party on Apple TV, Roku, or using a Chrome extension on desktop.
A Fun Way to Shoot Videos
RTRO brings retro vibe to your videos. You can shoot videos of up to 60 seconds and stack multiple clips. After selecting what you like, you can upload everything to Instagram or save it to a camera roll.
Make Email Better
Hey wants to make your usual email deluge much easier to manage. After receiving an email to your hey.com email for the first time, you can decide whether you want to hear from the sender. Emails are automatically placed into three different sections for important email, transactions, and newsletters or other promotional emails. Another great feature is the ability to Reply Later.
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