I’ve been playing around with a bunch of new apps (at least for me) and here are five that stand out:
Hardbound (free) – imagine you could digest weighty and meaningful non-fictions books in five minutes in “comic book” format. Well, this app does just that! It features some great books like Yuval Harari’s books “Sapiens” and “Homo Deus” and Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s “Astrophysics For People In a Hurry”
Vanido (free) – ever wanted to learn to sing but too embarrassed to get lessons?! Then this app is for you. It’s a personal singing coach. It gets you to sing certain keys and measures how close you are. It gives tips along the way. Do-ray-me-fa-so-la…
Architecture of Radio ($2.99) – amazing and slightly creepy app which allows you to see electromagnetic fields around you, cell towers, satellites and wifi routers. Basically, all the invisible beams that surround us – and they are all over the place.
EyeEM (free) – this is a platform for anyone to post their photos to be sold. It’s a cheap way to get stock photos. But more than that, it has a filter that goes through your photos on your phone (in a secure way) and highlights the one that would most likely sell (based on some AI tech). I just use it for this function, rather than posting anything to sell. A great way to start filtering your thousands of photos.
FaceApp (free) – I had to slip this one in. Ever wondered how you would look when you’re old or young or if you were the opposite gender? Look no further!