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Today's Best Apps: Grav, Minesweeper Infinite Battle And UniColor Video

The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday. Remember: Even though in-app purchases typically require your iTunes Store password for processing, you can further prevent them and other unauthorized actions by enabling local restrictions using the passcode locked iOS parental controls.


UniColor Video by Sebastien BUET ($1.99, 35.3 MB): Color Splash and other selective tint editing apps have been great tools for photographers and artists, but now there's a similar instrument for videographers. With UniColor, you have five ways to enhance or otherwise modify content. The single and dual-color settings allow you to bleed a single color or associate range while leaving the turning the remainder grayscale. If you want more color showing than not, it's time to utilize the single and dual-gray options. As for the final choice, color swap, that's more for fun and not so much of a visual focusing method. The app features sliders and triple tap to select colors, zoom, full HD video import and export, in-app gallery, integration with the iOS camera roll and Dropbox with support for queued copying, as well as sharing via Facebook and email. Direct capture within the app requires a $1.99 in-app purchase. UniColor Photo is available for editing images using the exact same toolset.


Minesweeper. Infinite Battle Free by Dmitry Zherdev (Free, 7.7 MB): Once again become addicted to the legendary strategy PC game, but with even more intensity. If you're somehow unaware of the classic, the goal is to avoid striking mines while uncovering the 2-D gridded board using numbers as hints to where the destructive devices are located. This particular recreation has a few significant attributes to enhance play. Three levels of difficulty, each increasing the size of the board, plus time-based scoring will challenge even the most experienced and talented sweepers. If that's still not enough to stop you, go ahead and attempt to survive as long as possible in the Infinite mode. The game features a brushed metal themed 2-D user interface as well as Game Center leaderboards and achievements for both play modes and all difficulty levels. Access to the Infinite mode requires a one-time $0.99 in-app purchase.

Grav by Daniel Mullins ($0.99, 55.9 MB): In this physics-based action arcade game, your mission is to reach a target by piloting a spacecraft using gravity as your guide. The controls are basic, tap and hold to activate thrusters for traveling in a linear and utilize planetary gravity to perform an orbital slingshot for course correction, i.e., steering. At first, the challenge comes from mastering simple navigation, however, missions become much more difficult later on because of hazards cluttering the path. The game features Unity-powered 3-D graphics, wonderful electronic soundtrack, 31 stage campaign spanning four galaxies with boss battles, survival-style Free Play mode, local high scores, and star rating system.

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