It’s time for another episode of our Apps of the Week roundup. This week we have some great picks for you, including a digital scorekeeper, a cat-guided meditation app and a powerful coding client. And as always, we’ve selected a fun new game to check out.
Ready to bring your board game score-keeping into the 21st century? Check out Scores. Whether you’re playing scrabble or cards, this app has a sheet for you. You can add as many players or teams as you want, and it even auto-calculates each player’s final score.
Here’s a neat little app. It’s called RonRon, which apparently is purr in French, and it’s a cat-guided meditation app. Yeah, you heard that right. The app mimics a cat purring, through both audio and haptics, so you get the calming benefits of a cat without the mess. There are several cats available and more to come.
King’s Path Solitaire
Looking for a relaxing game to play this weekend? Meet King’s Path Solitaire. This fresh take on the solitaire genre allows for quick game play sessions, but still demands plenty of strategy. In KPS, all of the cards are laid out on the table and you must find the descending paths to solve the puzzle, starting with each King.
App-related news from this week
- Visualize your carrier’s 5G coverage with Speedtest maps on your iPhone
- Photoshop for iPad picks up AI-powered background removal and content-aware fill
- WhatsApp is rewriting its Electron-powered Mac app from scratch in Catalyst
- Apex Legends Mobile brings its battle royale shenanigans to iOS and Android on May 17