Apps of the week

In this edition of our Apps of the Week roundup, we take a look at a digital dashboard for your life, a completely rebuilt to-do list manager and an audio curation app for news and entertainment. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.

LifeViewer

LifeViewer is a sharp-looking app that aims to help you keep things on track. It includes a personal calendar, a to-do list manager, and a ‘My Day’ screen that essentially helps you visualize everything you have going on in life. Doctor’s appointments, yoga classes, grocery lists, thoughts for the day—you name it, and you can probably jot it down in LifeViewer.

Download for free

Planny 3

If you’re looking for something little more refined, check out Planny 3. The popular to-do list app has been rebuilt from the ground up for version 3, and it packs a slew of features including support for Siri, Apple Watch, Dark Mode and iCloud sync. It also has a habit-tracker, deadlines and smart reminders, notes, and much, much more.

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Spkr.

Spkr is an always on audio network that simplifies listening. The best content—organized, curated, and delivered to you with easy-t-list, live audio feeds. Think of it as a blend between podcasts and satellite radio. There are 9 content channels with categories like True Crime and Pop Culture, and you can choose to listen to full episodes or just the highlights.

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Vertical Adventure

Vertical Adventure is a minimalistic arcade game with a simple goal: collect all targets and avoid all enemies. There are 80 levels to play through here, distributed over 4 chapters. Additionally, there are reference times to beat at each level and speerun modes for each chapter, 5 new skins to unlock, and more.

Download for free

Bright Memory Mobile

Want something more intense? Check out Bright Memory. It’s a first-person shooter in which you follow Shelia of the Natural Science Research Organization. A newly-discovered material with world-changing implications has been taken from the NSRO headquarters, and you must help them get it back and find out the truth about its origins.

Download for $4

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