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].

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Listomatic

“Listomatic automatically helps you create and manage Twitter lists.”

listomatic

Slash Keyboard

“Slash is a free, super-charged keyboard that makes it easy to share anything!”

SlashKeyboard

Max Curve

“MaxCurve is a professional photo editor which has the most comprehensive curve edit function. MaxCurve achieves a great innovation with 20 curves. Most of them you have never seen on other apps, even Photoshop can’t achieve such an exquisite adjust performance. MaxCurve is able to edit every detail of your photos in maximum and recover your photography works perfectly. It’s essential for photographers and stand out as great assistant for artists.”

MaxCurve

FS File Explorer Pro

” Manage your files just like you do on your desktop or laptop using Multiple Select, Cut/Copy/Paste, Move, Create, Delete, Rename, Search, Share, Send, Hide, Create Shortcut, and Bookmark. All operations can be performed on local files (on your Android device) or even remotely (from your computer over a network).”

FileExplorerPro

Proton Icon Pack

“Proton – a mix of multicolored icons with a shadow for depth. I am not much of a fun of flat designs…I am always trying to make my sets according to my taste, and I will publish only those that I really enjoy having on my screen.”

IconPack

Cardboard Camera

“Cardboard Camera takes VR photos—moments in time you can relive in virtual reality. Hear the sounds as they happened, and look around to see the scene in every direction. VR photos are 3D, so near things look near and far things look far. Whether its a vacation getaway or a family get-together, VR photos bring you back to that moment.”

GoogleCardboard

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