Each Monday, AppAdvice presents some recently updated apps worth checking out. This week’s list features a little bit of everything from clay monsters, to new ways to listen to music, and more.
Audiobox, iPhone only, Updated Feb. 11, Free
Available for free, the AudioBox app works on the iPhone/iPod touch. It includes many of the features that has made AudioBox a hit with users who like to store files across multiple services including Dropbox, SkyDrive, and many more.
With the app, in addition to being able to access music files across multiple platforms, users can create smart playlists. These can be made up of tracks stored across multiple cloud services. Additionally, tracks on a user’s own Mac or PC can also be accessed remotely, assuming there is a Wi-Fi connection. Playlists also support caching for offline playback, which is a nice touch.
Clay Jam, Universal, Updated Feb. 7, Free
This popular game from Zynga recently received a Valentine’s Day update. Now, you’re able to gouge, roll, squash, and bounce in a new game mode called Monster Love.
Drafts for iPad, iPad only, Updated Feb. 9, $3.99
Readmill, Universal, Updated Feb. 8, Free
Now available for all iOS devices, Readmill is considered one of the best e-reading apps in the App Store.
RockMelt, Universal, Updated Feb 9, Free
The app that enables you to “discover the best of the Internet” recently received another impressive update. The universal app now includes Pocket integration, and more.
Timbre, iPhone only, Updated Feb. 8, Free
Fans of great live music will enjoy Timbre, a location-based band discovery app.
You Don’t Know Jack, Universal, Updated Feb. 7, Free
The irrelevant trivia game now includes celebrity guests, and more.
We hope to see you next week for another list of Monday apps.