This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features a disposable-themed camera app, meetups for movie-lovers, and a simple, focused task-manager. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
Here’s an interesting app. It’s called David’s Disposable, and it’s a modern take on the good ol’ disposable camera. The interface shrinks the preview window down to the size of a viewfinder, and any photo you take is essentially hidden until your film is “developed” the next day at 9am. The ads in this app are about as annoying as they get, but the disposable concept is fun and unique, and you can order physical prints directly within the app.
Cinemeet has been around for a while, but I don’t believe we’ve ever covered it here. It’s exactly what it sounds like: an app for meeting new people at the movies. The idea here is that movie outings make for faster, less awkward meetups, and of course give you something to talk about afterward.
In the mood for trying out a new productivity app? Check out Primalist. It’s a very simple, focused task-manager, that can only hold up to 7 tasks at one time. It supports iCloud sync between devices and Face ID Unlock, it also has a Today Widget and short-term reminders with snooze options. Plus there’s no monthly subscription fee or required IAPs here—all of the functionality is there for free.
Two Spies is a turn-based spy training program where you face off against a friend in Cold War Europe. Sneak to gain cover, control cities’ informants to capture areas of the map, deduce your target’s location—or trick them into revealing it—and strike to win the round. Features include board-game style maps, realtime turn-based gameplay, and no consumable in-app purchases.
Ghost’n Brothers is a fast-paced puzzle game dripping in nostalgic, pixelated artwork—even the icon looks like an old school Nintendo cartridge. There are 37 levels and 3 different game modes. Can you find the right path to free the two ghosts?