Welcome back to another Apps of the Week roundup! This week we have some great picks for you including a delightful metronome, smart flash cards, and an app for highlighting text. And as always, we’ve selected a fun new game for you to check out.
For all of you musicians out there, Liminal is a metronome app that is both easy on the eyes and filled with features. With it you can create different bar types and edit their properties (signatures, BPMs and accents), add multiple BPMs across a single tempo-track, and easily export/import tracks.
Need to learn a language? Study for an exam? SparkCards can help. The flashcard app enables you to create and study flashcards offline, anytime. Features include an advanced study algorithm, paper flashcard import, iCloud Sync and more. It’s pricey, but given the small number of quality flash card apps, I felt this one was worth pointing out.
Highlighted: Book Highlights
Remember what you read! Highlighted makes it easy for you to scan, highlight, organize and revisit your favorite lines and paragraphs from physical books. It does this using best-in-class text recognition, smart sentence and paragraph detection, custom tags and notes, and bulk drag and drop highlighting (on iPad). It also offers a powerful search tool, ISBN scanning and a dark mode.
What do you get when you cross delightful, nostalgic graphics with the addictive, pong-like sport of tennis? Pixel Pro! The arcade game features unique and simple touch controls to get you playing tennis with the ‘Pros’ in no-time. It has both quick matches and an elaborate career mode with over 40 beautiful arenas and 250 opponents.