APPS of the WEEK October 27, 2017
Friday's back, and maybe you have an iPhone X to look forward to in a week. Whether you do or you don't, these are some great apps for you to check out. This week, I'm bringing you everything from a superb Reddit client to a VR beach relaxation app, and plenty in between.
If you want to know what you can do with your poor Internet speeds, this is the app that tells you
Plenty of apps will tell you when your internet speed is sub-par, but that's not the whole story. Here's an app that also tells what you can do with those poor bandwidth speeds.
The way Reddit *should* look on an iOS device
There are plenty of Reddit clients for iOS, but few of them really look like they belong on your iPhone or iPad. A former Apple intern has aimed to solve that problem.
A full-featured analog series photo editing app
When you're trying to capture a film effect in your digital photos, you need a tool made for that. Analog Acoustic is just such a utility.
An amazing utility for synthesizing wavetables from your own sounds
When you are creating music or sound effects, turn to a utility that can morph your existing audio clips into stellar wavetable synthesis. That's precisely what this app provides you with.
Learn to code on the go for free
SoloLearn offers a proven technique for teaching any type of programming or coding. With the new Learn to Code title, you can get lessons on many languages all in the same app.
You sacred haven of paradise, no matter what the weather's like
No matter what time of year it is, you long for an escape to the beach. Through the help of this virtual reality app, your longings can be fulfilled.
A lavishly crafted production that brings the sound of rain to you
Developed over the course of more than a year, this is an app that not only brings you the lulling sounds of rain showers, but stunning and calming visuals as well.