This week’s apps comprises one entry which may try to save your wedding from the miscommunication and the crabbiness that results. Either that, or it will aid you select better movies. So, we’ve compiled some overwhelming iOS apps this week to enhance the creativity of your mind.
May this app protect your wedding? Um, no, perhaps not, but the guys behind the BetterHalf Date Planning ($1) app for the iPhone promise it will aid smooth out some of rough spots by simply making it much easier for you and your spouse to plan outings. Both of you now can download this app, then sync your preferences as far as movies, restaurants, and other activities go. The new update is a little slight but helpful, modernizing the user interface to work with the Yelp’s display needs.
looking for a swift guideline to the world’s most~celebrated cities? The iTravelGo ($1) for iPhone gives the following for each of the thirty six cities on its schedule (and read it in the voice of the Robin Leach from the lives of the Famous and Rich): the best 12 attractions, the most 15 significant restaurants, 28 high~class hotels. Hetols can now be reserved through Booking.com, and this app comprises both language guides and maps to help you navigate local culture.
We can neither deny nor confirm that we sat in the dorm room in 1991 & tittered out way via early, boundary~breaking versions of naughty Leisure Suit Larry role~playing game. Now the Leisure Suit Larry ($5); reloaded game for iPad and iPhone has appeared, everybody’s favorite (?) cheap aging bachelor is back on the prowl. You should be 17 to download the app, and you should not be older than 20.
it is possible that some of the latest photo features of forthcoming iOS 7 will thrust some competitors from photo app space, but now it is still competitive. Get this app, a new app for the iPad and iPhone. (Mac version is also accessible). It allows you to store up to 5GB of images for the free in its cloud~based storage service. The whole library is prepared by the date; and now users can make edits or generate photo albums. Be careful, though; you will have to make an account at the Loom.com to use this nifty app; reservations are still confined.
This nifty app ($7) for iPad and iPhone has won awards & got other recognition~ and it keeps getting well. The new update comprises comprehensive 3D models of the international Space Station, the Hubble space telescope, and thirteen other artificial satellites. There is also a new kind of calendar button which has been made to keep you apprised of the interstellar events, as well as a new comprehensive map of the Mercury. Really awesome.
If you are pondering what that determined cough might signify, the MedWhat (free) app can aid you to make the diagnosis. It’s got a stripped~down, just~the ~facts~ma’am design which strains not to amaze but to inform. One bit of the gadget~mindedness is deceptive, though; this week’s update has changed the home page improve the use of app’s voice search function.
This is perhaps our loved boxing game not linking an 8~bit Mike Tyson; the real boxing game ($1) for the iPad and iPhone is challenging and fun. This week’s update comprises a latest animated opening scene, more tips and hints to aid your boxer succeed, improved fight statistics, and the bonus coins~that help you enhance skill ~ for updating game.
You mean the Twitterrific can get better? Yes. The new update to the Twitter ($3) client comprises an renovated visual look, + fixes like the sizing an image to the screen of your product and playing audio form in~app videos even when your sound is turned off. Other difficulties~comprising issues saving the tweets to storify~have been addressed.
Other apps of note
The Google Drive has been modified with the better integration with the Chrome browser for the iOS devices …. Salon.com (pictured) has enhanced a video section to its app ….. and VLC open~source video player has reverted to the AppStore.