New Apps You Should Know

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Since new apps get released at an incredible rate, we figured it only fair to keep you abreast of the best. Stop sifting through all the terrible games and little life helpers to find some gems and break out your iPhone, iPad or Android device and get to downloading some of these guys.

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iOS:



Spoiler-Shield-App

Spoiler Shield

Remember how you had to record the last episode of Breaking Bad because you had a flight out of town first thing in the morning? And you remember how you couldn’t even open Twitter until you had a chance to watch it because it would have been spoiled like a billion times over? Well, while you can’t go back in time and fix that, Spoiler Shield can help in the future. The app is integrated with Facebook and Twitter and allows users to shield themselves from spoilers on shows and sporting events. (iOS)



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Cover

How many times have you finished eating and have wanted to leave the restaurant but have had to wait forever for the check? With Cover, you can inform the waitstaff you’re using the app and leave without having to wait around for the check. It makes sure everything is taken care of including your tip. The only issue is that it currently only works at select restaurants in NYC, but the ideas is great. (iOS)



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Level Money

There are plenty of people who don’t want their bank accounts being linked to random apps. We get that. If you don’t mind and are looking for a budget app that is simple to understand and nice to look at, however, check out Level Money. The app links to your accounts so you never have to go in and manually make updates and it displays a lot of your financial statistics in easy to read graphs and charts. (iOS)



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Human

We’re all well-aware that we need fresh air and exercise. Problem is, knowing it doesn’t equal doing it. Human is a smart little way to motivate yourself to get just a little bit of outdoor activity everyday. The app runs in the background and tracks your outdoor activity urging you to get just 30 minutes in a day. Gain check marks for the days you reached your goals, see a map of where you’ve been, and share your progress over various social media outlets. It’s a non-intrusive way to take a little better care of yourself. (iOS)



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Spinlister

There are some odd real-life sharing apps out there (Leftover Swap comes to mind), most of which we’d pass on using. Spinlister, however, sounds useful to those traveling about cities and exploring new areas. The app allows users to find and rent bikes, skis, and snowboards around the US and in more than 40 other countries from other users and rental shops. You can also rent out your two-wheeler and grab a few extra bucks in the process. (iOS)



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Square Cash

Square revolutionized the way small shops could handle payments and now they are about to revolutionize transactions in general. Square Cash allows you to send and receive cash through email after you link your debit card. Your buddy owe you ten bucks and you won’t see him for a bit? No problem. Want to send someone cash right on their birthday? Simple as well. (iOS)





New Android Apps:



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Aviate

With Aviate, as changes happen during your day, changes occur on your phone. Giving you access to five different home screens, Aviate will rotate based on the time of day and what you’re doing. So while you’re at the office, it will display those apps that will be most useful, just like when you get up in the morning or are going out to eat. (Android)



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Readmill

If you’re in need of a solid e-reader app for your Android device, Readmill is worth checking out. What really makes it stand out is the minimal yet beautiful design along with the ability to track stats on your reading habits. (Android)



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FindIt

If you’re like us, you have a variety of files stored across all kinds of cloud-based services. Sometimes, tracking down where you saved something can be a pain and a waste of time. FindIt allows you to easily scan across Gmail, Google Drive and Dropbox to find whatever you’re looking for. (Android)



Music Maker Jam-app

Music Maker Jam

The problem with a lot of music creation apps is that they are far from user-friendly. Music Maker Jam is the opposite. It’s easy enough to pick up after sitting down with it for just a little bit and (with an upgrade) it offers a huge variety of loops for you to play with. (Android)



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Spinlister

There are some odd real-life sharing apps out there (Leftover Swap comes to mind), most of which we’d pass on using. Spinlister, however, sounds useful to those traveling about cities and exploring new areas. The app allows users to find and rent bikes, skis, and snowboards around the US and in more than 40 other countries from other users and rental shops. You can also rent out your two-wheeler and grab a few extra bucks in the process. (Android)



square-cash-app copy

Square Cash

Square revolutionized the way small shops could handle payments and now they are about to revolutionize transactions in general. Square Cash allows you to send and receive cash through email after you link your debit card. Your buddy owe you ten bucks and you won’t see him for a bit? No problem. Want to send someone cash right on their birthday? Simple as well. (Android)

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  • Sanjeev Shrestha

    can you guys consider windowsphone next time??

  • German Lopez

    And of course no WP8 content

  • http://blog.dayfire.com/ Eric White

    Level Money LOOKS great and probably works great too. But it definitely looks better than the finance app I’m using now.

  • wordsmatter

    “Every day” is two words. “Everyday” is an adjective that means run of the mill, mundane. If you’re going to write for public consumption, don’t be lazy about it.

  • edro3111

    The WP8 users are going through what Android users have gone through for quite some time. All we saw were iPhone apps for much of the time. I think WP apps will start showing up very soon with it’s popularity. Just be patient.

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