It’s time for a look back at the best apps that arrived in April. Our top choice is Bento, a to-do app that wants to help you focus on more meaningful tasks. See our entire list.
Journal the Moments of Your Life
Momently provides a beautiful way to privately journal your life. The buy-once app features no subscriptions and allows your to visualize moments into trips. You can also keep track of places you’ve visited and people to you know. All data is stored ion the device, and you can choose to store a private iCloud backup.
Anonymously Compare Health Metrics
Heart Hive will allow you to anonymously share and compare health metrics with other from around the world. All of the data is taken from Apple Health. So it can be used from what information the iPhone captures. But Apple Watch users will be able to view even more data captured by the wearable device. After selecting the information you want to include, you can see how it compares other others.
A True Braille Scanner
Braille Scanner uses machine learning technology to translate braille on paper to spoken or written text. Use the app to take a photo of a piece of paper with Braille on it. In seconds, the text will be translated. The current model uses Unified English Braille (UEB), grade 1. Additional transcribing models are planned for future updates.