Apps to Watch is a weekly collection of the most beautiful and innovative mobile apps in the market. There are more apps coming to the market every single day but only a few will make the cut.
Here is a collection of 10 apps that are beautifully designed, solve a problem, entertain and have a very promising future. Get inspired by the leaders of tomorrow.
Send us your app suggestions for an upcoming edition of the Apps to Watch and we might feature them!
Dark Sky ($3.99)
Dark Sky provides weather forecasts for your exact location down to the minute such as “Light rain starting in 22 min”. It also shows detailed 24-hour forecasts and day-by-day summary for the coming week. The design is simply superb. Currently available in the U.S., U.K. and Ireland only.
Lively allows you to get a high quality audio replay of the concert you have just watched immediately after the show. By the next day, professional videos of the concert will be ready for you to relive the experience. Some Audio and Video shows have to be paid for.
Want a personal assistant to get you meals and groceries? Postmates can do it. Simply order from a restaurant or store around you through the app and Postmates’ independent couriers will pick it up and deliver it to you for a fee. For now, this service is only available in San Francisco, NYC, Seattle and Washington, DC.
Flipagram allows you to make a mini movie with your photos. The design of the app is simple and very straightforward to use – choose photos, add music, create a title, set timing and share. It is currently the most downloaded free app on iTunes.
Glow wants to help women in relationships to take control of their reproductive health. Through analysis of data inputs, recommendations, reminders and a support community, Glow aims to help women avoid pregnancy, prepare for pregnancy or conceive.
Ever wanted to keep a diary of what you have done but gave up because it was too troublesome? Heyday can solve that issue for you. It automatically records the places you have been to, creates collages of photos you have taken and integrate them into the digital journal. You can then add in more details of what you did or edit the collages if you wish.
As an extension to its website, Codecademy created an app to teach the basics of programming to those on-the-go. Since then, it has slowly added more lessons to it. You can now create a simple webpage and learn HTML on the app.
CleverCards takes the trouble of making cards away from you. After you connect to your Facebook account and select a friend, CleverCards makes hundreds of personalised cards for that friend. You can then add your personal message to it and send it digitally for free or printed for a fee.
Pear has brought private photo and video sharing to another level. Just by tapping photos or videos in your camera roll, selected family members and friends will instantly see them on their phones. Simply tap a selected photo or video again to stop sharing.
Slow Shutter Cam ($0.69)
Slow Shutter Cam allows you to control the shutter speed of your iPhone camera just like a DSLR in 3 different modes to capture amazing photographs.
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