Aura is an AI-backed mental health app that using machine learning technology to personalize its program. Unlike following a fixed mental health regimen found in a book or online, Aura creates a truly unique plan that is catered toward an individual’s growth.
In this edition of our Apps of the Week roundup, we have an intuitive habit-tracker, a real-time video editor, and a note-taking app for book-lovers. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
iMazing is a tool specifically designed to eliminate the headache of transferring data. Simplifying data management between your Mac, iPad and iPhone with the ability to drag and drop files, pictures and songs to your devices. It works wirelessly or with USB.
There’s a huge number of ways to improve your Mac experience, but you typically can’t afford to try them all out. The Mighty Mac Bundle is a good way to explore a variety of powerful add-ons that let you browse more efficiently.
Avoiding compatibility issues is crucial to enjoying your 4K, high frame rate and slow-motion footage across a myriad of devices. VideoProc can help with that. Rather than pile up a bunch of complex features you’ll never use, VideoProc is a focused app that’s very easy to use and includes a plethora of powerful features like hardware acceleration to ensure that your converted videos play back without a hiccup no matter the platform.
In this edition of our Apps of the Week roundup, we have an app for learning to code, a helpful meal-planning assistant and a digital insect-identifier. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.