October has come to an end, and we saw some amazing apps come to our devices. Whether you're into digital comics or getting some pocket change for a few minutes of your time, the apps in this list will definitely help you out.
The digital comic that tilts with you for cool effects
There's usually nothing terribly special about digital comics. Typically, they look like comic books scanned into an app. Protanopia breaks that paradigm.
One of the best note-taking apps, now on iPhone
For years, Noteshelf has been a staple for iPad owners who needed to take gorgeous handwritten notes or annotate PDFs. Now, iPhone users can enjoy the same tool, with even more features.
The way Reddit *should* look on an iOS device
There are plenty of Reddit clients for iOS, but few of them really look like they belong on your iPhone or iPad. A former Apple intern has aimed to solve that problem.
Your go-to source for information and reviews on anything to do with digital currency
Digital currency, or cryptocurrency, has grown by leaps and bounds, so it's hard to know what exchanges, coins, and wallets you can trust. Cheddur was built to help you navigate these perilous waters.
Get in your free throw practice with help from ARKit
With the start of the official 2017-2018 NBA season upon us, it's time to turn that driveway into a full basketball court. With the help of ARKit, you can.
Movies from the major studios, available on all your devices
Five major studios have banded together to bring you your movie collections from Vudu, iTunes, Amazon, and more to any device you want to watch them on.
Get your Hue Lights ready for Halloween
If you want eerie, creepy lighting along with amazing haunted house sound effects, Philips Hue has you covered.