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.
This is a brilliant app that we assumed would suck. It doesn’t. Basically, Minuum gives you a much smaller keyboard display on your phone thus allowing you to see more of the screen. Of course if typing was impossible the whole thing would be pointless, but luckily the tiny keyboard works great and changes the whole look and feel of your device. (Android)
With work to do and a huge Netflix queue to watch, we don’t have time to read lengthy articles. ReadQuick is a cool little app that teaches you to speed read. The nice part of the iOS app is the fact that it trains you with the actual things you want to read, not just pointless lessons. (iOS)
You know that feeling when you install the latest update to one of your favorite apps and all of a sudden it’s the worst thing ever? Yeah, AppWererabbit is set to fix that. The app basically gives you a little undo button if you happen to want to revert back to the previous version of any app you’ve downloaded. No more worries about a developer changing that one little feature you love. (Android)
Prepare to waste lots and lots of your valuable time with this app. Rabt is a video curation app that brings you a customized feed of videos you’ll love. It’s also integrated with all your social media so you can share your new discoveries. (iOS)
For the folks who like to put their iPhone down every once in a while and go enjoy the outdoors, there’s Yonder. The simple app helps you discover the best places around you to hike, kayak, and generally enjoy Mother Nature. The social functions are probably not needed, but the app is great for those who want to find the best the great outdoors has to offer without traveling all over the country. (iOS)
You know all those images online with inspirational text pasted over them? They have to start somewhere, right? Even if you aren’t making little positive memes, Studio Design allows you to get creative with your photos. With 500 free shapes, crops and fonts, Studio lets you work with with your photos and easily share them to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. (iOS)
Sympler is an oddly addictive video editing app. It allows you to use your still photos, Instagram, Vine, and more to craft your own little movies. What really makes it unique is the emphasis on the soundtrack and the timing of your editing. Give it a shot and you’ll probably get addicted. (iOS)