With the introduction of iOS 16 and watchOS 9, September was a banner month for new apps. Our top choice is the great new weather app, Mercury Weather. See what else made the list.
Keep Track of Mother Nature
Instead of tons of bells and whistles, the app singular’s focus is to provide a look at the weather in a specific location. And it does it very well. Once you set a home location, you’ll see the shift in temperature and weather in the next 48 hours and the expected minute-by-minute rain in the upcoming 60 minutes.
Turn Any Image Into an Message Sticker
One of the iOS 16 features you might not know about is fun and simple. In just a few steps, you can copy the subject of any image you can imagine, whether it’s in your own Photo Library or just a random photo on the Web. And the app Sticker Drop is making great use of that feature. You can lift the subject out of an image and turn in into a sticker to use while sending messages.
We all probably have a personalized greeting card from a friend or family member put away in a drawer or somewhere else never to be seen again. But the app Hello There wants to help anyone preserve that memory to always view on your iPhone or iPad. No matter whether it’s a birthday, holiday, graduation, or other card, you can import the card into the app.
The app can translate 82 languages as long was you have a Wi-Fi or cellular signal. To get started, choose the language you want to speak and then the language to translate to. Hold down the translate button and speak to activate. When speaking, the app will translate the text into the language you’ve selected.