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 [email protected].
“Marsbot helps you discover new places by learning what you like and then sending you recommendations via text. Unlike a chatbot or personal assistant, Marsbot isn’t here to answer your questions or help you do your laundry; instead Marsbot pays attention to your habits and learns about the places you go. From there, Marsbot can send you suggestions about great places to eat and drink that are worth seeking out nearby.”
“Mathpix is the first app that lets you solve math by taking pictures of your handwriting. Simply snap a picture and get accurate plots and solutions.”
“MuseCam is a next generation image editor that makes it easier than ever to capture the perfect look for your photos. Shoot and edit your images using film emulating presets, professional grade tools, and advanced camera controls.”
“The official app of Noisli.com – The background noise and color generator for working and relaxing. High quality ambient sounds to help you focus while working and to boost your productivity.”
“SKRWT – the missing link in high-end smartphone photography – is the most powerful keystone- and lens-correction tool out there and has been selected for the App Store’s “Best Apps 2014″. Discover never-before-seen editing features and enhance your smartphone photography with just a few taps. All hail symmetry!”
“The concept behind “Short Notes” was we all need a place to keep track of our most important tasks, ideas, or events. With other notebooks, memo apps, and physical journals our notes get jumbled between every other distracting piece of data we jot down. Often we will place important reminders next to our notes about what ingredients to buy for dinner.”