October is in the books so it's time to look back at the best apps to hit the App Store in the last month. Our choices include a trio of great Safari extensions and a great local music player. See our entire list.
When doing Google searches for a location or address, Google returns links that open, no surprise, in Google Maps. But with the extension, those links will automatically open in Apple Maps. There’s no need to do anything or cut and paste addresses.
Fantasy Hike is a great way to get moving. The more you walk, the more you will progress through a beautiful fantasy adventure. You can track your progress, receive achievements, and see notifications as the quest advances. You can sync Apple Watch data and integrate with Apple Health.
Light & Color lets kids 4 and up explore a rainbow and much more. The first focus of the app is light. Kids can see how light bounces, refracts, and reflects while they work with models our prisms, mirrors, and lenses. There are also a number of light sources to experiment with light candles, incandescent lights, and lasers.
Thinkdrop 2 can help clear your mind and make all of that your random thoughts available to access later. There is more than one way to add a thought to the app. You can write, record your voice, or even snap a picture of the thought to access.