In this week’s episode of our Apps of the Week roundup we have a video editor that enhances night shots, Spotify for learning and a massive update to a sharp sketch app. And as always, we’ve selected two great games for you to check out.
Shoot brighter and clearer night videos with the power of NeuralCam’s AI Video Engine. The app has 5 capture settings: Day, Dusk, Night, Night+ and Time-lapse. Other features include custom brightening, on-device processing and gentle lighting via the iPhone’s flash.
Knowable has been described as ‘Spotify for learning.’ It features a growing library of audible courses led by the world’s most trusted experts. In addition to the immersive audio instruction, each course also includes lesson summaries, curated tools, and a companion e-book.
Flow by Moleskin Studio
I loved the original version of this app for its sharp UI and accurate line detection, and V2 gets even better. The main feature of the update is real-time collaboration—yes, multiple people can work on the same document at the same time from separate devices, from anywhere.
Bouncy Flip is a simple yet challenging and addictive game. As the two-colored bouncy ball flips, match the floor’s color with the landing part of the ball. Every touch on ground will earn you a point. Version 2.0 was just released with iOS 14 support, an all-new design and more.
Here’s the latest in a range of mobile games attempting to capitalize on the popularity of Fall Guys—the hit obstacle-ridden, free running, race title. Let’s Jump is a little different, in that your goal is to collect jumpers on your way through the course and try to get across the finish line.
- Apple updates iMovie and GarageBand iOS apps with new features
- Be a space rock star in “Reigns: Beyond,” launching soon on Apple Arcade
- A remastered edition of the classic first-person shooter game “BioShock 2” hits the Mac
- Amazon launches early access to its new Luna game-streaming service on iOS and macOS
- “XCOM 2 Collection“ for iOS is now available to pre-order