Best APPS of the MONTH
It’s time to take a look back at the best apps that arrived in April.
Personalize the Home app
HomePaper for HomeKit brings a whole new level of ways to customize the Home app, using the app you can start by selecting an image from your photo library or take a photo with the app. This image can then be combined with a number of preset gradients or you can even make your own.
The weather at a glance
With The Simple Weather, you’ll always know what’s going on outside. In addition to the current temperature of your location, the home screen widget will also display what you should be wearing such as a coat or shorts.
Save all to read later
My Readings lets you save articles, stories, blogs, podcasts, and more for later reading. You can save links from most apps or even copy a link directly into the app. You will assign tags to keep the links organized. The application will automatically sync on the iPhone, iPad and Mac version.
A great alternative music player
Fully compatible with Apple Music and all songs stored locally on your iPhone, the app is beautiful and easy to use. One of the best features is the dynamic moving backgrounds on the main player that adapt to the artwork of the current song.
A great book management app
Leto is a great way to keep track of the books you read, would like to read, and have read before. You can create a collection of smart books on a wide variety of settings and note the progress of the current reading.
An Apple Watch app to help you focus
To get started, you’ll configure how often you want to be promoted and when prompts start and end. If notifications are turned on, you can display an alert asking if you were on the right track. In the historical view, you can see the performance of the last week.
Better manage your inbox
You can better tackle a deluge of emails with OnMail. You can accept or block a sender before they enter your inbox. There are also other cool features like a natural language search engine and features like Smart Reply.