It's been a busy month, with lots of great apps released. We've seen a ton of ARKit apps, some amazing uses of other new iOS 11 features, and a terrific video editing app. Let's see what September brought us.
The video editor that surpasses all expectations
There aren't many inexpensive, but full-featured, video editors on the App Store. Lightricks, the folks behind photo editor Enlight Photofox, have provided one that's surprisingly feature-packed.
The perfect clipboard for your iPad
Drag and drop has come to iOS, so now a decent clipboard manager is more important than ever. Enter Dropped, an app that can copy, paste, drag, and drop almost anything.
The best way to "cheat" at Sudoku
ARKit and Machine Learning provide excellent examples of what our iPhones are capable of. Here's an app that combines the two to solve the most popular genre of math puzzle.
An awesome and fun way to scan your homes' rooms and dimensions
Before you start any home renovation or redecoration project, it's a good idea to take measurements. This app makes that quick and easy.
A collector of sounds and crafter of songs
Here's a finger-drummable looping sequencer of rainbow glory that wants to be your friend. Come. Play. Robo-boogie.
Bring the IKEA store right into your home
Home decorating is challenging, because what looks fabulous on a showroom floor doesn't always fit our space. IKEA aims to help with that struggle through the use of ARKit.
The ARKit app that lets you plan your whole house
The developer behind FloorAreaAR says, "the best tape measure is the one you have with you." We almost always have our iPhones with us, and this app gives us a pretty handy set of tools for taking measurements and planning.