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.
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Mighty Met by Tyler Draker ($1.99, 2.3 MB): This automatically adjusting metronome makes it easier to play any piece by overcoming the single rhythm restriction of the original tool. For example, even something as simple as Three Blind Mice has a moderately challenging tempo swing, which stays slow for the first few measures, bursts into a quite speedy pace during the verse, and drops back down at the very end for the final chorus. In Mighty Met, those three sections would be separated into cards, each defined to stretch the necessary number of measures with the properly corresponding time signature and tempo. Additionally, the app features convenient navigation buttons to quickly skip forward and backward among sections, i.e., cards, or the beginning and end of the entire track, plus optional playback loop.
Q-it by Q-it Tech (Free, 8.8 MB): Comfortably provide a library of edutainment to your kids by utilizing this curated video platform. Designed to be friendly for nearly all ages, say preschooler and older, the app's user interface is basic with no ads or other external links and one finger navigation and control through invitingly colorful images and icons. As for you, the app offers descriptions and engagement suggestions like follow-up questions, plus mobile library and viewing statistics. However, Q-it.com is the true parent portal, the place where to manage the sandbox. More specifically, the Website allows you to explore the entire library of handpicked content and review sought after details, including the learning topics, which expert chose the video, Qs and views, as well as the source. Accessing the service requires sign-in via Facebook, Google, or a free Q-it account plus an Internet connection because the videos are streamed.
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