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!
Shyp makes sending a package as simple as taking a photo and typing in the address. Shyp will pick up your items, pack them and send them for you. Only available in San Francisco for now.
Nothing is more important to parents than the well-being of their babies. With Owlet, you can monitor your baby’s health in a snapshot. *The app is free but the monitor device costs $250.
Seer tells you which email to respond to next and reminds you who has yet to reply you. By providing one click actions such add to calendar and resend emails, it makes you more email productive.
Weave makes managing personal and professional projects easier on the go. You can add to-dos, track progress and monitor individual projects’ finances.
No more boring calendar! With fancal, you can use your photos as your calendar background. You can also create events using icons which saves you time and effort in typing.
Readmill creates a thoughtful reading experience for you to read on the go; elegant typography, night reading mode and easy brightness adjustment.
Logbook is a social travel app. You can record every aspects of your travels with the app and discover how others travelled.
Ever wondered what you did today one or two years ago? Timehop shows you your best photos and updates of this exact day in history.
Get creative with mindie by creating and sharing your own music videos in 2 simple steps – choose a music and record the moment.
Compete on FightMe’s video social network to showcase your creativity and gain recognition.
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