Every week, we select a few apps that catch our eye. These apps can be from the App Store, web apps, or jailbreak apps.
This week, we have three awesome App Store apps. Hope you enjoy this week’s picks!
Email It Later
Have you ever wished you could schedule your email to be sent at a certain time? Email It Later allows you do exactly that. When you compose a message in-app, Email It Later will let you postpone your email’s delivery to a later time.
There are plenty of instances where you may need to send an email at a certain time, and saving your message to drafts can result in you either forgetting or sending the message late. Email It Later gives you peace of mind by making sure your email gets sent when it’s supposed to be sent.
The app is available for $0.99 in the App Store.
If you play video games on the popular Steam service by Valve, you’ll love My Steam. The app allows you to view your personal information, stats, friend’s profiles, servers, and news articles from the Steam network.
Avid Steam gamers should love the ability to keep tabs on their info with the My Steam app. One of the biggest downsides to the app is that it doesn’t allow you to send messages to your friends on Steam, and that is due to “technical limitations by Valve.”
The Cartographer is the ultimate map app for the world traveler. The goal of the app is to bring beauty back to mapping, and it’ll help you have fun navigating your next quest. (Whether it be around the world or around town.)
The Cartographer’s design is stunning, and it makes you feel like a pirate looking through his treasure chest of expensive maps. The app syncs with Google Maps to let you edit and create your own custom maps. This app is perfect for discovering new places, or revisiting a location you previously explored.
With a treasure trove of features, The Cartographer is worth its $3.99 price tag in the App Store for any serious traveler.
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Have you used any of these mentioned apps? What cool apps have you found recently?