In this week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup we have a photo editor capable of giving your images and videos Inception-like effects, an AR app for learning piano chords and an app that helps you learn new skills. And as always, we’ve selected two new games for you to check out.
After announcing the bilingual Assistant earlier this week, Google has refreshed its Gboard keyboard on App Store with the ability to type in more than one language at a time without having to switch the keyboard language.
Twitterrific, the popular iOS/macOS alternative to the official Twitter app, has long supported theming. In addition to the default Light look, the app ships with two darker styles: Dark and Black. Here’s how to make the most of your iPhone X’s gorgeous OLED display by switching to Twitterrific’s pure black mode.
The mobile video-calling app Duo has been updated with the fully native interface on iPads and other tablets as its developer Google continues trying to popularize yet another communications platform on iOS and Android.
This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup includes an app for throwing and finding parties, a photo editor with an ink-resting twist, and an app for taking short, looping videos. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
While iOS is yet to adopt a true Dark Mode interface available system-wide like in macOS Mojave, many iOS apps have implemented black themes internally. Here’s how to make those late night Wikipedia sessions easier on the eyes by switching on the app’s dark look.