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Today's Best Apps: Origami Fun And The Human Project

he 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

iPhone:

Origami Fun by IHQ PTY (Free, 23.8 MB): Enjoy learning the art of Japanese paper folding with this official Origami-Fun.com app. The step-by-step captioned diagrams and optional walkthrough videos make it easy for everyone in the family to create 55 of the most popular and amazing objects, including the iconic crane and boat, the hopping frog, beautiful flowers and boxes, fun hats and 3-D stars, cute cats and penguins, as well as the legendary dragon. Just grab your sheets of paper and follow along. The app is supported by ads that pop-up when returning to the menus.

Universal:

The Human Project by The Human Project (Free, 254.9 MB): This interactive e-book-style app is part of a project looking to influence action for ensuring the survival and prosperity of our species. Touching on the topics of biology and life sciences, physics, evolution theory, and more, the captivating videos and slideshows will outline humanities past and present, then address what could be our future. The idea isn't about specifics, more so how each of us plays a tiny part of human existence that can cause a huge difference, if we choose. Unlike similar books, movies, etc, The Human Project addresses the whole picture, involving future generations and galactic problems rather than just current global climate change and the sort. Quite simply, it's a thought stimulating adventure. The app features swipe control with tap to show navigation controls, and four main categories: Human Questions, Human Identity, Human Future, and Human Project.

iPad:

Origami Fun HD by IHQ PTY (Free, 53.1 MB): Enjoy learning the art of Japanese paper folding with this official Origami-Fun.com app. The step-by-step captioned diagrams and optional walkthrough videos make it easy for everyone in the family to create 55 of the most popular and amazing objects, including the iconic crane and boat, the hopping frog, beautiful flowers and boxes, fun hats and 3-D stars, cute cats and penguins, as well as the legendary dragon. Just grab your sheets of paper and follow along. The app is supported by ads that pop-up when returning to the menus.

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