Our best new apps of the month include a great way to better visualize data on your iOS device, a new take on an email client, and a great for parents and younger kids to play together.
Better Visualize Data
Any data source that offers support for Shortcuts can be used with Charty. That opens up a wide variety of different options. If you’re a beginner, the app also offers some great ways to help. There is a video tutorial showing how to create a simple plotting shortcut. You can also take a look at 27 examples with descriptions and preview images.
The game is a modern take on the classic hide-and-seek. Parents can start by hiding their iPhone running the app face down in a secret location. Everyone will start calling out for the kitty and then listen for where the meows are coming from to help find the location. When you pick up the iPhone, it will show how long you searched.
Combining Email, Notes, and Collaboration
Ginger Labs, the team behind the popular Notability note-taking app, is looking to shake up email with the new app Twobird. The app is designed to help you tackle all of the day’s work in a in a single place bringing notes, reminders, and collaboration with your usual email deluge.
Help Determine the Best Time to Train
Training Today uses information from an Apple Watch to help determine the best time for you to train. It provides a readiness to train score each day and throughout the day. You can also add a complication to see the score at a glance.
A Different Type of To-Do App
The app is designed to allow users to quickly enter and interact with their tasks.
The World of Insects
With the app, you can view 20 species of insects in 3D or using augmented reality technology.
Help Remember Preventative Maintenance
The app helps remind you to do tasks like test smoke detectors, change your air filter, and more.
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