It’s time for a look back at the best apps that arrived in April. Our top choice is HappySteps, a great way to manage mental health step by step. See our entire list.
Take a Step Toward Happiness
HappySteps is designed to help you better manage your mental health and find happiness. Using the app is a simple, but powerful way, to keep track of your emotions. To begin, you’ll rate your current happiness on a scale of 0 to 10. Then, you will predict how happy you will be tomorrow, in a week, in 1 month, and in a year. You’ll then use the app every day to record your actual happiness level.
FaceTime With AI
Call Annie brings AI technology to your iPhone in a unique way. You can connect in real-time through video calls and chat with Annie as long as you have an iPhone 12 or later. Earlier models can only place audio calls. Instead of typing and reading the answer, you can have natural conversations on almost any subject imaginable.
Study with Subwords
Make Learning Fun
Study With Subwords take a fun word game premise and helps turn in to an educational app. To begin, you’ll create a study list—for example a list of states and capitals. The app will then split the words up. You’ll need to put everything back together. That can help make studying feel like less of a chore. And the app makes it easy to get started. There are 60 include lists in the gallery with ore added each month. Lists can also be added in manually.
Better Understand Blood Glucose Levels
Glucomate was made to make better use blood glucose levels from Apple's Health app. The app works well with CGM or other blood glucose-monitoring device. Anyone who records their blood glucose, no matter how frequently, can also use the app. A summary of the current day will show the most recent readings along with info about high and low readings along with time in range. There is also an analysis with information and trends from the last 7. 14. 30, 90-day time period.