In this week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup we have an ephemeral audio sharing platform, a new Twitter client, and a new app for talking with others about your interests. And as always, we’ve selected two new games for you to check out.
Here is a fun app that allows you to send and receive ephemeral voice messages that disappear after a single listen. PhoneTag features a great retro aesthetic, you can record your own mailbox greeting, and you can even add fun voice filters. Think Snapchat for audio.
Here’s something you don’t see much of anymore—a new Twitter client. It’s called Neptune, and it promises to offer a smooth, ad-free Twitter experience with features like a chronological home feed, support for multiple accounts, keyword filtering, bookmarking and more.
Campfire is an app where you go to talk about things you like. Share juicy first-date details in your private friends camp, see what’s going on in #Quarantined, or talk with fellow fans about the latest sports news. There are private and public rooms, channels and much more.
Worm Jazz is an award-winning puzzle game that blends game mechanics from classics such as Snake and Bomberman. Playing as earthworm Mr. Mark, you must wriggle your way through intricate, mind-bending mazes filled with mines, wormholes and power-ups.
Welcome to Gumslinger—a gummy candy world filled with intense shootouts, amazing skillshoits and crazy fun gunplay missions. Features include unlockable and customizable gumslingers and weapons, amazing soft-body physics, and online multiplayer tournaments.
Other app-related news
- Darkroom for iPhone and iPad gains video editing tools
- The best free Mac apps for creating outlines
- Spark now lets you change font size, supports TO/CC/BCC people in email templates
- New in Pixelmator for iOS: Files-based document browser and new image size presets
- eBay for iOS implements the private Sign in with Apple option, adds other new features