Apps to Watch: Wire, Keeply, Weather Or Not and Others
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 me your app suggestions for an upcoming edition of the Apps to Watch and I might feature them!
Wire is simple, beautiful conversations on your phone, tablet and desktop. Talk or message with friends, message with groups. Share pictures, links, SoundCloud music and YouTube videos.
Evernote Scannable (Free)
Scannable moves paper forward. Scan contracts, receipts, business cards, and any paper that comes your way. Save or share documents instantly and move on.
Keeply makes your life easier by enabling fast access to your personal photos, notes, passwords and credit cards that you don’t want other people to see.
ClipMe is a simple way to create fun video stories with friends. Start a video, invite friends to continue recording and your 15-second collaborative video is ready to be shared.
Daily, curated inspiration from a global community of artists, designers and makers.
Cord is incredibly simple, incredibly fast voice messaging that lets you chat with one friend or shout to a whole group of friends. You can save the messages you love and the rest will disappear.
Pomotodo is a simple cross-platform app based on Pomodoro Technique and todo list, provides iOS, web, and Android client.
Weather or Not ($2.99)
Weather or Not is a beautiful and intuitive way to check the weather and immediately understand what it means for your plans
Forest provides an interesting solution to beat your phone addiction. You can plant a seed in Forest. In the next 30 minutes, this seed will gradually grow into a tree.
Stacks is the only app in the AppStore that lets you convert currencies right in your safari browser. Stacks automatically convert prices in a webpage to your desired currency.
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