e’re all aware that there are millions of
apps in the App Store, and we know that
means that tons of cool apps are bound
to slip below the radar. That’s why it’s
exciting when a new app we’ve never
heard of turns out to be fantastic. Here,
we’ll cover eight awesome, educational, and helpful apps,
all of which you’ve probably never heard of. Time to discover
This app lets you edit your iPhone photos like
you’ve never been able to before. You can apply
textures, light leaks, gradients, film grain, and
more to your pictures. Stack an infinite number of layers to
get the look you want, and edit specific details to your liking.
Mextures’ high-precision tools allow you to create your own
formulas that you can apply to photos again and again, allowing you to develop your own signature style. If you’re in a hurry, you can use one of the 200 formulas Mextures provides to
create a beautiful photo immediately.
Stephen Hawking’s Pocket Universe
Learn about the universe in this beautifully de-
signed educational app based on the scientific
theories of Stephen Hawking. Hawking said of
the app, “My goal is to highlight the excitement of new discov-
eries, and to offer an understanding of the new picture of real-
ity that is emerging as a result.” The app’s easy-to-understand
illustrations make learning complex theories fun and enjoyable.
Concepts that would be excruciating to learn from a book come
to life as you’ve never seen in this interactive walkthrough of
Want to jump-start a new fitness journey but
don’t have the funds to hire a trainer or the
know-how to create your own workout plan?
Take on the 12-week challenge with Runstastic Results. At ten
dollars a month, you’ll get a personalized bodyweight training
plan with a health and nutrition guide to make sure you see
results. You don’t need any equipment or access to a gym. The
app will give you a fitness assessment to begin, that way it can
customize your training plan to you. From there, video workouts
will help you build muscle and feel stronger. This is a great app
for getting out of old fitness ruts and unhealthy eating patterns.
Skiplagged gives you access to the flights travel
companies don’t want to show you. When you
book a flight from one place to another, most
airlines want to sell you a package deal that includes layover
stops. But with Skiplagged, you’re seeing flights from airports
to layover stops rather than final destinations. That means if
you’re going one-way from Chicago to Mexico, you’ll need to
book two flights: one from Chicago to a major airport like Dal-
las, Texas, and another flight from Dallas to Mexico. For long
distances, traveling this way can save you a lot of money!
Next time you’re booking a flight, check out Skiplagged and
by conner carey