Best APPS of the MONTH
We’re taking a look at the best new apps that arrived on the App Store in January. Some of our choices include a perfect helper for students needing to write essays and an app tailor made for virtual educators.
Make Easay Writing a Bit Easier
A big help is that Essayist will automatically format everything for you while writing. When creating a new east, it will set up the title section/page, margins, font, line spacing, alignment, page headers/footers, and more.
A New Version of the Popular Twitter Client Take Flight
Tweetbot 6 now supports the latest version of Twitter’s API. That means you can take advantage of cards and polls while viewing more tweet data. Other additions include new app icons, more themes, and the addition of Chrome in Firefox in the browser options to view links.
A Document Camera for Videoconferencing
Any teacher navigating the world of virtual learning during the pandemic should take a look at Overviewer. It turns your iPhone or iPad into a document camera for videoconferencing services like Zoom.
A Well-Designed Note-Taking App
You can use the app to write styled Markdown notes that sync across an iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
More About the Moon
Made for Moon enthusiasts, LunarSight provides Moon phase along with orbital and positional data for any data and location on Earth. Homescreen widgets can show the phase of the moon or a calendar with the moon phase.
An Otterly Useful RSS app
The free RSS reader syncs between your iPhone, iPad and Mac. And it also features a number of great features to help you keep track of news from sites you select.
Workout Better at Home
You can better see how to do the more than 130 exercises with augmented reality.
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