The 5 Best Mobile Apps
Are you a fan of mobile apps? These innovative little applications give users the ability to do many things, like make fart noises, calculate equations, play games, increase your productivity, and more. But, which ones are the best on the market? Check out our list of the five best mobile apps to see how to find out. They are in no particular order:
- Adobe Slate: This beautiful Slate iPad app is completely free, no deposit is required here. It lets you create visually compelling online content and, the best part, no design skills are necessary. Slate also offers some intriguing features, like the ability to embed links in your presentations and integration with iCloud photos. This slick little app is perfect for creative types, like marketing professionals and artists, who want to share their stories using imagery.
- Instagram Layout: Although this isn’t the first ever photo-collage app, this free tool is ideal for social media marketers as well as those who are looking for a quick and easy way to mash pictures together. It’s compatible with the iOS and is a fun app to pal around on if you are looking for a diversion and want to do some goofing off. This is because of its Photo Booth feature that lets users take several selfies in rapid succession and create a collage to share with friends. It’s also important to note that this app doesn’t have as many features as other options, like Framestatic or Diptic, but the tools that it does have make up for this lack.
- Microsoft Office Lens: Recently, Microsoft’s been on a roll, pushing out great mobile apps like they own an app making factory. One of their newest offerings, Office Lens, is a free iOS an Android app that lets users scan whiteboards, business cards, documents, and photos and upload them to Microsoft’s OneDrive or OneNote. The app does an excellent job of detecting edges and automatically cropping images. It also has an optical character recognition (OCR) features that lets you to digitize printed tests. If you need a guide from how stuff works, simply visit the Microsoft website for great customer service.
- Polar Beat: Polar Beat is a free exercise tracking app and is compatible with both the iOS and Android operating systems. What sets this app apart from other similar offerings is the visual feedback it provides about the length of time that you stay in your peak heart-rate zone during your workout. Other apps don’t provide this information until the workout session ends. In other words, they can’t help you if your goals is to make sure that you stay in your peak zone for at least 20 minutes. This makes it impossible to ramp up your routine until your next workout. Also, it is important to note that, you will need a Bluetooth-connected Polar Chest strap to collect and feed the app data.
- Wunderlist: This free to-do list management app was recently purchased by Microsoft and it’s easy to see why. This app makes sharing to-do lists and to delegate tasks to others quick and easy. You can also categorize lists into folders by dragging one list to another. In other words, it’s an excellent tool for your everyday life. Plus, this attractively designed to-do list also comes in a paid version with even more features. It’s available virtually everywhere, including Windows phone, Android, Windows 8, iOS, Amazon, and Chromebook app stores. It also allows you to access and edit your Wunderlists on the company’s website, you can do this by installing browser plugins as well.
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