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BEST
APPS
of the
WEEK
September 01, 2017

8mm Vintage Camera
Day One Journal
Enlight Quickshot
Bloom – Mystery Coloring
Iris–Your emergency alert
StoryVoice
Accomplice
Jammer

Friday's come upon us again, so it's time to lay out my favorite apps of the week. This time around, I've found an amazing retro video camera app and revisited journaling. There are also apps to help you manage email, take great photographs, and much more.

Record from the app or use existing clips
8mm Vintage Camera

8mm Vintage Camera

NEXVIO INC.

Turn your iPhone into a cinematic classic

Used by Oscar-winning director Malik Bendjelloul, this is the most authentic, versatile, and easy-to-use retro video camera available. Record what looks like an 8mm film in stunning 4K HD resolution with real-time video effects.

Easy entry creation
Day One Journal

Day One Journal

Bloom Built Inc

One of the most robust journaling experiences out there

Premium subscribers of the popular journaling app can also take advantage of a new dark mode and the ability to record audio.

The camera that rotates with you
Enlight Quickshot

Enlight Quickshot

Lightricks Ltd.

The only camera app you'll ever need

Lightricks, and the Enlight app name, have become synonymous with excellent photo editing. With the latest app in the developer's stable, the names are going to become known for taking great pictures, too.

Bloom – Mystery Coloring

Bloom – Mystery Coloring

brainbow

Relax, engage your creativity, and add more color to your life

Bloom offers a daily color capture challenge to unlock your creativity. It also provides you with more than 500 designs to color, with a new book added each week. With hundreds of colors to choose from, this is one of the top adult coloring books you can find.

Iris–Your emergency alert

Iris–Your emergency alert

Iris Health, Inc.

Your ultimate personal emergency alert system

Iris is designed from the ground up with your medical safety in mind. It can let your family and friends know when you're in the hospital and unable to communicate, so they can alert the medical professionals and be at your side.

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