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Today's Best Apps: Munkie & Horrace, Bisqit And Overview

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


Overview. by Tobias Renstrom ($0.99, 2.5 MB): Designed for those who are bored with the same old, same old, this unique calendar-type app provides a logical perspective of your upcoming events that's slickly navigated. Rather than a flat grid, the timeline is shown as a road-style path, where the future dates eventually fade into the far off distance. Traveling through time, so to speak, requires just a swipe down to move forward and flick upwards to slide back. For greater convenience, events automatically contain a countdown timer and may be colored in one of seven simple two-two themes, which also can apply to the full environment, plus get accompanied by helpful push notification reminders.

Bisqit by (Free, 11.2 MB): Join and easily enjoy the foodie-centric social network through this efficient mobile portal. Every morsel you dish out to food fans is called a bisq, which may be something as simple as the photo of a recent meal, a quick recipe walkthrough, or an opinion on the newest eatery. Like other online communities, members can comment on, discuss, mark as favorite, and further share content, plus follow people with similar interests. The app requires signing up for a free account.


Munkie and Horrace by Nathan Cooper (Free, 61.0 MB): After exhibiting their antics in the Anorak magazine with success, Munkie and Horrace now begin to offer the entertainment through a simple e-comic reading app. The humorous adventures are due to the puppet pair's conflicting personalities, one who's a fan of football and gaming whereas the other fancies the theater and handbags. The app features six episodes so far, three which will cost you $0.99 each.

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