New Fuzion app for iPhone steps up your Instagram influencer game with portrait blending

Double exposure and image merging can be a powerful tool for creating artsy and impressive portrait shots, and the new Fuzion app for iPhone makes those tricks extremely easy to pull off.

Jan 22, 2019, 3:33 AM,  by Daniel Petrov,  1 comment
Spotlight: Mapapers is one of the most promising wallpaper apps of 2018 so far

Wallpaper apps, we've been there, done that. Multiple times even. Actually everyone and their grandmother have a favorite wallpaper aggregating app by now, and that's just natural considering the vast amounts of quality pictures that can be set as an aesthetic background of your Android or iOS device. And yet, the sheer abundance of of apps and respectively wallpapers makes finding "The One" a daunting task. Fortunately, intriguing new wallpaper apps come about relatively often...

Feb 12, 2018, 9:26 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  0 comments
Cosmic Watch is a cool and sleek app that tracks the movement of Earth and nearby celestial bodies

Nowadays, we no longer look up — our noses are always buried in our phone screens. Well, if you don't look at the stars, why not put the stars in your smartphones?

Jan 04, 2018, 6:34 AM,  by Preslav Kateliev,  4 comments
This is the best widget for Android released in 2017

Not everyone uses widgets on their Android device, and for a reason: the regular user is either unaware that their phone can do that, or they simply don't care about these for one reason or another...

Nov 30, 2017, 7:35 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  6 comments
Tired of the $999 horns already? This iOS app hides the iPhone X notch

Yeah, you did drop a thousand dollars on that snazzy new iPhone, but chances are you have not grown to love that notch. It's the weirdest aspect of this new iPhone, marring its otherwise clean aesthetics like a zit on sophomore high-schooler's forehead...

Nov 09, 2017, 3:40 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  31 comments
Too many volume sliders? VolumeSync will let you link your notification, media, and alarm volumes

Android's always been a platform rich in options and choice for the its users. This is easily evident even in its volume slider... sliders, sorry. Yeah, Google's operating system has three different volume controls – ringtone, media, and alarm. Or, if you are on a Samsung phone, you have four to juggle with – ringtone, media, notifications, and system. Yeah, it's both kind of cool and kind of annoying — on one hand, you can fine-tune your notifications, alerts, and keyboard click sounds, on the other — that's a ton of micro-management just to get your phone's volume right.

Sep 15, 2017, 6:58 AM,  by Preslav Kateliev,  2 comments
Spotlight: Screens is one of the best multi-window managers for Android

With split-screen multi-tasking already a pretty big part of Android, it's no surprise that users and developers will explore ways to make this feature as convenient as possible. Today, we are about to show you a really neat app that allows you to create your own custom multi-window app setups. Dubbed Screens, the app allows you to choose any two multi-window-compatible apps and create a desktop shortcut that will launch them both in split-screen as soon as you tap on it...

Sep 04, 2017, 4:04 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  0 comments
Spotlight: Adapticons is an exceptional Android app that lets you customize your own icons

Customization geeks, here's a noteworthy app that will likely soothe the customization needs you didn't know you had...

Aug 29, 2017, 9:26 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  3 comments

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For guitar players with an iPhone: this app is great for chord editing, song learning

Our little smartphones and not-so-little tablets have grown a lot for the past years. They are not only amazing tools for communication, but also great at giving us access to information and giving us aid for specific tasks. Musicianship is one such task — the app stores are riddled with software that gives us the means to learn, compose, and even produce music.

Jul 27, 2017, 3:57 AM,  by Preslav Kateliev,  1 comment
Hades' Star is a mobile MMO strategy, which kind of reminds us of EVE Online

Hades' Star has been in soft launch for a while, but is finally available for the whole world to play. What is it? It's a space fleet management strategy type of game, which kind of reminds us of EVE Online. Of course, it's nowhere near as crazy and has been designed for the mobile game lifestyle — it lends itself to jump-in, jump-out type of play sessions.

Jul 25, 2017, 7:22 AM,  by Preslav Kateliev,  0 comments
BlackBerry Manager lets you download all of BlackBerry's major Android apps on your phone

BlackBerry is making a great comeback on the smartphone scene with the KEYone. It checks all the boxes: unique design, superb camera, and excellent battery life. Definitely a device that puts BlackBerry back on the map...

May 12, 2017, 5:12 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  9 comments
Spotlight: Ditty will make a catchy song out of anything you type, complete with a music video

The people have spoken: texting is so 2005. We're in the era of apps now, and that means we have infinite possibilities when it comes to digital communication, so why limit ourselves to just text?

May 04, 2017, 8:20 AM,  by Kaloyan C. ,  2 comments
Wire #SorryBro game will get you addicted and nerve-wrecked at the same time

Ketchapp has given us yet another very, very sly time void of a game that will certainly make you mad!

Apr 05, 2017, 8:19 AM,  by Simon K. ,  3 comments
The quickest reminders app is also the best one

On my personal search for the best reminders app for the iPhone, I tried a dozen of apps and none of them worked for me. But Apple's own Reminders app was the worst: with its tabs and lists of different types of reminders, I feel lost every time I open it...

Mar 28, 2017, 6:53 AM,  by Victor Hristov,  4 comments
Alphabear is the rare word game that is actually fun

Word games are kind of boring, with their gameplay usually only centered around a single mechanic – forming a word with the letters given, with little to no variation. There's little a developer can actually do to change up that formula, but there's a few rare cases, such as Alphabear, when a word game can be actually fun...

Mar 28, 2017, 5:14 AM,  by Kaloyan C. ,  0 comments
Chicken Scream is a game where you make a chicken run by shouting at your phone

Chicken Scream takes an annoying gimmick and distills it to its very essence. You can't play this game without making a fool of yourself, and we can't imagine anyone playing it in the company of others, much less at a public place. Still, we'd totally get it if you are morbidly curious about Chicken Scream and want to check it out...

Mar 27, 2017, 4:23 AM,  by Milen Yanachkov,  1 comment
Wonderwall is my new favorite Android wallpaper app

The one key feature that Wonderwall does right where others fall short is focus: all of the image in this app are well... wallpapers. They are optimized to be shown on a portrait oriented smartphone display...

Mar 16, 2017, 10:45 AM,  by Victor Hristov,  12 comments
Up to 48 million Twitter accounts could be bots, report says

According to a new study from the University of Southern California and Indiana University, 4.8m Twitter accounts are bots. Too bad :(

Mar 14, 2017, 7:13 AM,  by Simon K. ,  1 comment
This iPhone camera app works sort of like the Google Pixel HDR+

HDR+ is Google's own take on HDR, active on its Nexus phones and its newest Pixel devices. It's a highly-praised technology for taking photos — instead of taking a few shots at different exposures and stitching different parts of them together (how regular HDR works), Google's phones take up to 10 stills at a constant, low exposure, and then stack them on top of each other. The point? Dark areas get lit up, with more visible detail and less grain or noise.

Mar 02, 2017, 4:20 AM,  by Preslav Kateliev,  4 comments
Spotlight: Hidden Folks is the most joyous game on iOS right now

It's not every day you see a new video game come out and immediately challenge everyday conventions with such success as Hidden Folks has. Few would expect these words to be said in regards to a hidden object game, and yet here we are – Hidden Folks is, hands down, the best new iOS game you can get right now...

Feb 21, 2017, 6:20 AM,  by Kaloyan C. ,  0 comments
Spotlight: Reverb turns your iPhone and iPad into a portable Amazon Echo

Reverb, a free iOS app from Rain Interactive, lets anyone use Amazon Alexa from wherever they want, no Echo required. It has almost all the functionality an Alexa-enabled device does, including timers, alarms, listening to audiobooks, and more...

Feb 20, 2017, 5:43 AM,  by Kaloyan C. ,  1 comment
Spotlight: Email by EasilyDo is an exceptional alternative to Gmail, Inbox, and Outlook

Android surely has a large selection of neat email apps. Gmail, Inbox, Outlook, K-9 Mail, or BlueMail — chances are you are using one of those as your daily email driver. There's always room for a new entrant on that scene, especially if we are talking an app with exceptional origins...

Feb 17, 2017, 3:49 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  4 comments
Add technicolor destruction to your photos with Glitchr

The process of creating a glitched-out picture is a heavily involved one, prompting the creation of Glitchr, an app providing a variety of algorithms to effortlessly turn your regular photos into a beautiful, broken mess...

Feb 15, 2017, 7:09 AM,  by Kaloyan C. ,  0 comments
Relive the glory days of adventure gaming with ScummVM

For those of us who grew up in the digital era, there’s few things as satisfying as revisiting a well-forgotten classic and seeing how it holds up today. Enter ScummVM, an app that lets you easily play all your favorite point-and-click classics on your phone...

Feb 13, 2017, 2:31 AM,  by Kaloyan C. ,  0 comments
Create your own executive orders, using this Android app

Are you following the Trump Draws Twitter account? If not, you should be. However, in case you have a better idea for an executive order, but your lack of video editing skills is stopping you from realizing them, look no further than this app...

Feb 03, 2017, 4:00 AM,  by Damian M. ,  3 comments
Spotlight: Tiles lets you add custom toggles to Android Nougat's Quick Settings

If that's the case, then you already meet the single requirement to make full use of Tiles, a neat app for Android that allows you to further customize the Quick Settings toggles of your device. True, you can already rearrange said tiles to your heartfelt content, but how would you react if we told you that you can put custom ones up there?...

Jan 31, 2017, 3:57 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  4 comments
Spotlight: Peek Launcher is a lightweight, no-frills Android launcher

We love custom launchers. We even have a neat selection of the very best ones you can get on Android. And yet, we are always on the prowl for an exciting new take on that launcher business...

Jan 30, 2017, 3:41 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  11 comments
Vantage Calendar is a new, darker and Star Wars titles-inspired take on phone calendars

Most calendar apps these days get the basics right: they have got you covered whether you prefer a view of your day, week, or month, some come with useful color codes and graphics, and most can also add custom repeat for events and have some sort of language recognition...

Jan 25, 2017, 4:23 AM,  by Victor Hristov,  1 comment
TinType by Hipstamatic will magically transform your portrait to look as if it was taken decades ago

[img right [[273542]] /]You have all seen those old pictures of your grandma or grandpa, all well prepared and posing for a rare picture, expression a bit too formal as if after a special event. Indeed, a photograph was a special event just a few decades ago and it came with a special look, or rather style that everyone can instantly recognize...

Jan 24, 2017, 5:49 AM,  by Victor Hristov,  0 comments
App spotlight: Socratic will do your homework for you

High schoolers these days are often bombarded with homework: from maths to the sciences, history and English, it can be tough to even get your homework ready in time...

Jan 23, 2017, 2:54 AM,  by Victor Hristov,  3 comments
Spotlight: SystemPanel 2 is a pleasingly comprehensive system monitor for your Android device

Are you a power user that likes tinkering with anything you can lay your grubby paws on, including those shiny Android devices we use on a daily basis? If the answer to that question is a resounding "Yes!", then we have an app that might of great interest to you...

Jan 19, 2017, 7:46 AM,  by Peter Kostadinov,  4 comments
WLPPR is a no-bullshit, high-quality-wallpaper-only app for iPhone and iPad

We don't know about you, but many people around at our office are on a constant look-out for the best wallpaper out there. Sure, you can argue that such a thing as a 'best' wallpaper does not even exist, but fact is that there is something magical, something soothing about having a high-quality wallpaper on your phone...

Jan 16, 2017, 8:47 AM,  by Victor Hristov,  15 comments
OpenSignal app lets you check whether Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile has the best 4G LTE coverage in your area

Choosing the right carrier could be a difficult task: you've probably all seen the alluring new offers by T-Mobile, and Sprint has also been improving its network a lot lately, but will these two carriers provide adequate coverage in your area?...

Dec 21, 2016, 7:51 AM,  by Victor H.,  10 comments
Raw+ gives you full manual camera controls and RAW capture

Do you want to take full control over your iPhone camera? You can: Apple's iOS provides access to all the functions that an enthusiast photographer might want, including ISO, shutter speeds, white balance...

Dec 20, 2016, 7:32 AM,  by Victor H.,  1 comment
Spotlight: Lenka is a dead-simple but exceptional black and white camera app for iOS & Android

Photography apps for either iOS and Android are not exactly a deficit commodity - a quick look over at Google Play or the App Store will show you tons of different camera apps, some better than others, and that's a fact. What's actually really hard to come by is a camera app that's both different and good enough to warrant keeping it on your phone. And Lenka is exactly such an app...

Dec 20, 2016, 5:24 AM,  by Peter K.,  1 comment
Spotlight: CamScanner is a great iOS/Android app that scans documents and creates PDFs

Ever needed to scan lots of notebooks or handwritten notes? We all have, and thankfully, our smartphones have been around to provide some much-needed help...

Dec 16, 2016, 9:06 AM,  by Peter K.,  6 comments
Bear is a great new notes app with support for formatting, sync and more

Bear is a new note-taking app for iOS devices and Mac computers that features a simple, intuitive design with some neat formatting options and a beautiful, clean design...

Dec 15, 2016, 3:46 AM,  by Victor H.,  1 comment
Carrot Weather is a great new iOS weather app, especially if you have an Apple Watch

Looking for the best weather app for your iPhone and Apple Watch probably sounds like a trivial task: after all the stock weather app is pretty good...

Dec 07, 2016, 9:39 AM,  by Victor H.,  0 comments
Spotlight: MacroDroid is a super-powerful automation app for Android that rivals Tasker and IFTTT

Have you been spending countless hours automating your Android device with the difficult-to-grasp Tasker or the less powerful IF? That's good because we are just about to introduce you to yet another great automation app that will further waste a few hours of your time for all the good reasons!...

Dec 05, 2016, 8:33 AM,  by Peter K.,  3 comments
Spotlight: Parallel Space lets you run multiple accounts of one and the same app simultaneously

Ever felt the need to have two Facebook Messenger accounts running side-by-side on your Android device? Or Viber, or WhatsApp, or even Clash Royale for that matter? We feel you. There are just a handful of devices that let you do this, with the most notable example being Xiaomi's latest MIUI 8-running troopers, which come with the Second Space feature and let you have two accounts for a bunch of messaging apps on your device...

Dec 01, 2016, 9:29 AM,  by Peter K.,  2 comments
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