Time for another round of apps that cover the spectrum of your beloved mobile device, be it iPhone, Android or Windows!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Frax is an art program that puts the “equations of nature” in the palm of your hand. Frax is powered by fractal geometry, the same principle that creates patterns of self-similarity in our natural world. From spiral galaxies to hurricanes, from tree limbs to branching blood vessels, the universe is filled with endless variation and staggering beauty. Frax visualizes this natural geometric code, so you can explore vast animating digital landscapes and make a masterpiece on your touchscreen.”
“Don’t settle for the conformity of your laptop or the office; design, ideate, iterate, and communicate — when and where you want.”
“Tip Yourself allows you to easily reward yourself for your moments of victory. The app enables you to transfer small dollar amounts from your checking account into your secure Tip Jar. “
“Is it real or simply an illusion? Drift into the dream of the machine and find the truth.”
“Lines icons are black outlined shapes of the most popular apps. Each black icon was hand crafted with simplicity in mind. the center of the outline is transparent, letting you show off your wallpaper beneath the icons.”
“ProtonMail is the world’s largest encrypted email service with over 1 million users. The ProtonMail secure email app for Android brings easy-to-use email encryption to your mobile device by seamlessly integrating PGP end-to-end encryption. ProtonMail also provides a modern user interface with a full set of innovative features such as customizable swipe gestures and the ability to send expiring emails.”