March was a great month for new apps. Our list includes a powerful new contacts app and much more.
Contacts Made Easy
From developer Flexibits, the same team behind the popular Fantastical calendar app, Cardhop offers a number of similar features for dealing with contacts. Cardhop is designed to work with existing iOS contacts so there’s no need to add or reconfigure anything already on your device. Just like Fantastical, easily the top feature on Cardhop is the natural language input field. That will allow you to search, add, edit, and interact with contacts. For example, you can enter all of the information in the field and a contact will automatically be created in the app.
A Long Exposure App With a Big Advantage
When done right, long exposure images and videos are beautiful. But especially for beginners, it can be a difficult subject to master. The app is looking to change that with its unique feature that allows you to change the exposure time after capture. Users can import footage or capture your own with the built-in camera.
Mind Maps Made Easy
A perfect way to jump into the world of mind mapping, Lighten 2 features a number of great ways to start. Along with digital maps, you can even hand draw a map and then scan it into the app using an iPhone’s camera. Users can also take advantage of many other features to help create a perfect mind map.
A True Drawing Experience
Moleskine notebooks are popular ways to draw, take notes, and much more. And the new Flow by Moleskine app is looking to bring that same experience to the iPad and iPhone. When using the app, all documents can be created with an infinite width to create whatever you can imagine. Another standout feature is the customizable tool dock where you can easily access whatever tools you’d like.