In this edition of our Apps of the Week roundup we have a voice auto-tuner, an easy-to-use animation tool, and an app for making a meditation playlist. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
Here’s a great app for bored and aspiring creatives. It’s call voix, and it promises to bring ‘professional vocal engineering to everyone.’ The app works like most audio/visual effects app you’ve tried. Just select the tone you want, press record and start singing. The filters actually sound great, but as you’d expect, much of the app is hampered by IAPs.
Fabula is another app that can help you scratch that creative itch. It’s an easy-to-use tool that lets you play around with different animation types and adjust things like delay, duration, damping, velocity, shape and more. You can then view the underlying code of your animation and share it. Supports multi-window, dark mode and even cursor on iPad.
Noise enables you to create personalized ambient sounds for relaxing meditation and better sleep. The app features a high quality sound library full of custom, looped sounds that you can mix and adjust to your liking. You can save your creations as Mixtapes and then play them in the background on your iOS device or on your favorite AirPlay device.
Missile command: Recharged
Missile Command: Recharged is a re-imaging of the beloved classic with fast-paced, arcade action where players must defend their bases by blasting an endless barrage of missiles hailing from the sky. Features include a new powerup system that takes points earned and allows them to be used for upgrades, a global online leaderboard, AR support, and more.
Puzzle Pieces Mania
The soothing music and charming visuals immediately stand out in the game Puzzle Pieces Mania. It offers over 150 hand-crafted levels with unique bonus levels, Game Center support, super simple controls (just tap and rotate), and a difficulty system designed to challenge you without getting overly frustrated.