Date: 2018-02-08 22:42
Money Dashboard is the UK budgeting app I’ve been waiting for for a while. In the US the king of the budgeting apps is Mint–but that isn’t available in the UK, and now it’s no longer needed. Money Dashboard has been around for a while and their app has always kind of sucked. But they just released a completely redesigned, overhauled version and it is amazing. Track your spending across accounts, see your money spend organized on beautiful charts, and set budgets to keep you in control. Money Dashboard is the best budgeting app on the UK App Store.
We’ve written about iTranslate before. It’s the app that allows you to type or speak phrases you want translated so you can communicate with foreign speakers. The company has just released a new update to the app with an awesome iOS keyboard extension. Now users can use the iTranslate keyboard in any app in iOS to translate in real time. Yes, that’s right: you can write in english and have a text conversation with someone who is writing in German and both your words will be translated in real time.
In addition, Love Sparks offers ideas for quickie encounters, fun locations, role playing fantasy scenarios, and much more. You can choose positions by complexity, intimacy, or strength. Best of all, you can password-protect the app to keep your intimate details totally private. Security is the new sexy.
CleanSpace is an app that allows you to see the air quality of the air you are breathing. But not only does it alert you to the air quality around you, it tells you what the air quality will be like on an upcoming journey and can even offer alternative routes with better air quality. CleanSpace also offers physical rewards for making clean travel choices and connects you to the growing community of people also helping to improve the air we breathe.
Later, Yo’s creators proved the app was much more than a joke when they opened it up to third-party developers who started connecting Yo to other services. Today, you can use Yo to turn on your lights, remember where you parked your car, or follow your favorite sports teams, publishers and Instagrammers. There’s also an Apple Watch app, perhaps one of the few apps that really makes sense to have on your wrist.
BBC Music is the company’s free music app that serves up a curated stream of exclusive live sessions, interviews and playlists from your favourite presenters, programmes and events based on what you tell the app you’re into. The app also offers videos of live performances and allows you to follow BBC playlists from your favourite shows, presenters and events.
The simple idea of slingshotting disgruntled avians towards teetering towers of bricks, stones and pigs was the perfect fit for touch controls. It was helped along by challenging yet easy-to-play levels that could be attempted — and re-attempted — in a minute. Adding to the challenge was each level’s star rating, meaning you could still perfect your score and beat your friends.
Dojo is a great “things to do in” London app. It’s got a beautiful layout and differs from most tourist apps in that it has an awesome selection of niche events and little known bars and cafes. If you’re in London, you’re sure to find something to do on Dojo. Think of it as kind of like Time Out London without the generic listings.
The app gets most of its revenue via ads and referrals (by directing users to services such as Apple Music or Spotify after identifying a song). While identifying songs remains the app’s main feature, it has since rolled out a discovery tool based on music you’ve previously Shazamed (the name was predestined to become a verb) and the ability to see what popular artists like Alicia Keys are Shazaming.
The Japanese game that’s taken the world by storm. Your job is to do up your garden to attract cats….and that’s about it. The more cats you attract, the more pictures of them you can collect. There’s not really a goal to the game save trying to attract all the rare cats.