It’s time for a look back at the best apps that arrived in April. Our list is highlighted by the great Apple Watch customization app Watchsmith.
Create Dynamic Complication for Apple Watch
Watchsmith wants to add a new level of customization to your Apple Watch. Developer David Smith has previously released a whole host of great apps that work With Apple Watch like Pedometer++, Sleep++, Activity++, and more. But his latest project focuses on providing dynamic complications. Then it’s time to dive in and further personalize each complication with font, color, hand type and location. Then you can select what is displayed when using time-based triggers. For example, you can choose to see the weather first thing in the morning and then switch to the calendar when at the office. At the end of the day, you can see activity progress to make sure all of the rings are filled.
Improve Your English Language Skills
To start the app, you’ll take a quick test to get a better idea of your word knowledge. It will even match you with a famous person. This will also help create a personalized list of words to hone up on. To help become a better linguist, the app features a large dictionary. Each word comes with an animated GIF to better understand its use in the real world.
Spotify for Young Music Fans
The new Spotify Kids allows kids to discover music in a fun environment without explicit content. Parents can also control the content kids have access to. There is music and audio choices picked by experts. Kids can even play their favorite music offline.
Help Kids Learn More About Science
The app is an interactive and visual way to each electricity and magnetism. Each level of the app is a puzzle and then rules of the game are the same as with the two concepts. Learners can explore the electromagnetic world and interact with objects too small to be seen and fields that work a the speed of light.