It’s time for another round of apps that cover the spectrum of your beloved mobile device(s)!

The Weekly App Smack is the best of new or updated design and productivity apps (and maybe a couple of fun ones, too) for the busy design or engineering professional and this week we have a list sure to make you more efficient.

Do you have an app suggestion that has made your life easier or changed up your workflow? Let us know in the comments below or send it into [email protected].

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Enlight Photofox (iOS — Free)

With Photofox photo editor, you’ll turn the ideas in your head into brilliant art from your phone, without the price tag of complicated desktop software. Unleash your creativity and start transforming photos into artistic masterpieces

TextGrabber (iOS – $4.99)

ABBYY TextGrabber easily and quickly digitizes fragments of printed text, reads QR codes and turnes the recognized result into actions: call, write, translate into 100+ languages, search in the Internet or on maps, create events on the calendar, edit, voice and share in any convenient way.

Verst Mobile (iOS — Free)

Verst is the powerful website and blog platform with everything you need to build an incredible brand. Design a beautiful site, publish compelling content, earn subscription revenue, and grow your email list with built-in optimization and analytics tools.

Any.do Calendar (Android — Free)

Over 15 Million people rely on Any.do to keep life under control and get things done. With to do list, calendar, reminders, lists and notes in one app, you’d be able to accomplish more than ever before.

Knots 3D (Android — $1.99)

Used by arborists, fishermen, firefighters, climbers, military and boy scouts the world over, Knots 3D will quickly teach you how to tie even the most difficult knot. With more than 120 knots, Knots 3D will be your go-to reference! Grab some rope and have fun!

Telegram (Android — Free)

Built to deliver your messages in the minimum bytes possible, Telegram is the most reliable messaging system ever made. It works even on the weakest mobile connections.

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