This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features a unique new weather client, an AI-backed voice journal and an app that turns your spare change into cryptocurrency. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
You can now edit movies in iMovie on your iPhone X without those distracting black borders at the top and bottom. Apple has also switched to using Metal for faster graphics and video processing in iMovie.
Disney’s first ever direct-to-consumer video streaming service launched today with 10,000 live sporting events, 180+ MLB and NHL games, thousands of college sports events, built-in DVR functionality and other perks, all in exchange for five bucks per month.
Yes, Facebook-owned Instagram appears to be testing another feature ripped off from Snapchat: Snapcodes. Called Nametags, it’s based on various color options and a custom pattern of emoji or an augmented-reality based selfie. Other people will be able to follow you simply by scanning your Nametag in Instagram, no typing required.
Want to take bokeh images or shoot depth of field video using the Instagram camera? Now you can with Instagram’s new focus mode that leaves the person in the foreground sharp and clear while the background gets blurred.
This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features a powerful audio recording and note-taking app, a flash card-maker for learning languages, and an official client for the popular Unsplash service. And as usual, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
Apple permits developers to obtain visual face maps and track more than 50 facial muscle in real time via the TrueDepth camera, and now Snapchat has finally rolled out cool new iPhone X-powered lenses in its mobile app that it promised months ago last September.