It's been another great month for apps, with some really terrific ones released. Let's have a look at the best apps we saw in July 2017.
A gigantic multi-engine automorphing SuperSynthesis machine
Finding a top-notch sound generation app that integrates eight fully-featured polyphonic synth engines is hard enough. Add in the capabilities of 24 oscillators and more, and you've got a winning combination.
This is what Find My Friends should have been.
When you're in an emergency or just need reassurance, you want to be able to connect with the people you care about most. This app opens that line of sharing for you.
The best way to design, create, sketch and diagram
This app, on iOS and on macOS, has been a go-to for designers almost since time began. The latest version brings even more, including a free trial.
The original dub delay effect, now for iOS
Dubstation has been a go-to effect for musicians for more than a decade. Now, you can enjoy its usefulness on iOS, in your mobile production studio.
The app that turns the visual world into an audio experience
People who are visually impaired can miss out on a lot, from facial expression cues to the nuances of how furniture is placed. This app helps fill those voids.
Like Instapaper for guitar tabs
Whether you want to create your own guitar tabs or "borrow" some from the web, you need an app that creates gorgeous music sheets. TabBank is that app.
Manage your comic book pull list where ever you are
Most comic book readers have pull lists. Longbox helps you manage your pull list and the rest of your comic book collection with ease, in a beautiful app.
The app to really put personality into your photos
There are photo editors that are difficult to use, but don't let you really express yourself the way you want. They don't include stickers or emoji. Here's one that's easy to use, and gives you what the bigger names are missing.
The only app you need to understand and prepare for viewing the Great American Eclipse and more
On August 21, 2017, there will be the only total solar eclipse visible in the United States for years to come. You need this app to help get ready for it.