In this week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup we have a music app curated by real artists, a new minimal RSS reader, and a full-screen browser with support for streaming gaming services. And as always, we’ve selected some new games for you to check out.
This is an interesting idea: Station Rotation is a curated music station with tracks selected and updated by a roster of artists. It’s a nice alternative to algorithm-driven music, and everyone hears the same songs at the same time like real radio. Downside: it only supports Spotify right now.
Mockup – Sketch UI & UX
Now I know this is a very niche-specific app, but it was too cool not to share. Have you ever had an app idea you wanted to sketch out on a real iPhone outline? Mockup makes it super easy to do this, whether you are using an iPhone, iPad or even Mac.
Den for RSS
Here’s something you don’t see much anymore: a new RSS feed reader. Features include a very content-focused, minimal interface, support for RSS, Atom and JSON-Feed formats, dark mode, Mac and iOS apps, and I especially like that it doesn’t require an additional account or subscription.
Stadium Full Screen Browser
Stadium is not itself a game, but you can use it to play them. Since it’s a full-screen browser with user agent support, you can use it to play games on web-based streaming services like Google’s Stadia and Amazon Luna. It even supports controllers. Fingers crossed Apple doesn’t pull this one.
In this mixed-reality mystery game, you play as Carmen, a junior architect and new hire at an elusive firm. In this near-future social media world, you’re charged with photographing the inside of an opulent building: —but beware: the house is getting to know you too, perhaps better than you know yourself.
- How to use the Memoji app on Apple Watch to make fun characters
- Deliveries 9.0 offers a fresh new look, subscriptions, and a bevy of new features
- Facebook announces its new Messenger experience on Instagram is now rolling out
- Sticky Widgets lets you place Mac-like sticky notes on your iOS 14 home screen
- Twitter expands voice tweets on iOS, transcription functionality in the works