This week’s Apps of the Week roundup includes a full-featured, low-light camera app, a minimal notes/writing app, and a custom YouTube widget. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
BlackSight: Night mode camera
BlackSight is a computational photography app designed to take brighter photos with less noise in low light conditions—regardless of iPhone model. Works with the iPhone 6s and newer models, and it’s packed full of features.
Writer – Notes, Lists, Editor
As the infamous pop song says, oops I did it again. I fell for another minimal, sharp-looking text editor. Writer isn’t packed full of features, but it does have Markdown support, custom fonts, and cross-platform support with iCloud sync.
YouWidget – Widget for YouTube
If you run a YouTube channel, or are just a major fan, this widget is for you. It’s very customizable and you can view things like your video feed, channel stats, live video and more. If you like the widget, consider adding our iDB channel.
Fury of Dracula
Looking for something a little different to play this weekend? Check out Fury of Dracula. It’s the digital adaptation of the much-beloved board game. It’s a strategy game in which one side tries to secretly move Dracula across Europe, and the other tries to catch him.
Pumped BMX Flow
One of the better BMX games in recent memory is back, and completely redesigned. It offers infinite runs, daily runs, over 300 challenges and more. Plus it has unlockable track pieces, tricks, bikes and characters. It’s kind of like a rad BMX version of Alto’s Adventure.