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 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 in to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Based on the ancient principles of Tai Chi and mindfulness practice, PAUSE brings the act of focused attention to your mobile device. Using a patent-pending technique and a unique approach to modern technology, you can easily start the journey to relaxation – anywhere and anytime. By slowly and continuously moving your fingertip across the screen, PAUSE triggers the body’s ‘rest and digest’ response, quickly helping you regain focus and release stress within minutes.”
“At Medium, we are creating a network that enables people to make an impression on others. To make them think or change their minds. To teach them something or connect emotionally. Where the quality of the idea matters, not the author’s qualifications. A place where conversation pushes ideas forward and words still matter.”
“Assembly is the easiest most powerful design tool on the App Store. Create anything you can imagine like beautiful logos, characters, icons and illustrative scenes immediately. Professional level tools in a simple package that anyone can design with.”
“Pushbullet is ‘the app you never knew you needed’, according to CNET”.
“Primer is a fast, easy way to learn new marketing skills. We give you bite-sized lessons to do whenever you have 5 minutes free. Interactive activities will help you learn concepts quickly. And you can put your new knowledge to use right away with personalized, in-app next steps that are automatically saved for you.”
“Weather Timeline is a simple weather app that focuses on summarising the next hour, the next 48 hours and the next week so you don’t have to. It presents the forecast in a timeline to help you quickly glance and digest the information and has a strong focus on color to outline the weather conditions. “