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.
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Rise matches you with a nutritionist to help you meet your diet and health goals. Simply take a photo of your meal and write a brief description about it. Your personalised coach will then give you feedback and advice. This approach is endorsed by top experts in Harvard Medical School.
How often have you had a dream but cannot remember anything about it after your irritating alarm clock rings? Shadow helps you remember your dreams by waking you up gently and prompt you to record them via voice or typing text. It’s not available in app stores yet but you can request for an invite now.
Social Radar (Free)
Social Radar gives you real-time information about people around you so that you can better connect with them. Discover what your friends have been up to and learn how you are connected to individuals around you. It makes connecting with friends near you and people you do not yet know so convenient.
Reporter is like an analytics platform for your life. Through simple and easy-to-answer questions throughout the day, it collects data about you so that you can know more about your daily life. It is created by Facebook Timeline Designer, Nicolas Felton.
Want to get the best deal for travelling? Let Hitlist do the job of searching for you! Input your preferences and it will notify you when a deal is available. Eg. London Heathrow Airport to New York City for less than $500.
One of the latest trending app in the Silicon Valley, Secret, allows you to speak up freely and anonymously. Apart from the idea, the design is well-thought through too. I particularly like the way of changing the colour and texture of your post by swiping horizontally and vertically respectively.
Proclaimed to be “The biggest trivia game in the world”, QuizUp allows you to play against your friends in real-time over more than 200,000 questions from hundreds of topics. The user interface is very clean and neat.
Peek Calendar ($1.99)
Yes, here’s yet another calendar app. Peek Calendar serves the basic functions of a calendar but by removing all the overwhelming features, the design is amazing. It makes the calendar less cluttered and more fun.
To-do list are meant to be simple and straightforward. Any.do has done a great job with its clean and intuitive design and features. It comes with several useful features but you can use it simply as a very convenient digital to-do list. Personally, I have been using it for a long time.
With its cute design, Duolingo wants to make learning a new language fun and enjoyable. You gain experience points when you answer questions correctly and you can compete with your friends. It is completely free and does not contain annoying ads.
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