Apps have become the tools for every single task, from flashlight to booking flight tickets. Be it Android apps or iPhone apps every app is useful in some sense or the other.
Sometimes the best apps are free, other times you will have to pay a little bit for them. Here we showcase the best available and offer up everything you need to know about the app and how much it will cost.
If you like the idea of editing home movies but find the thought daunting or lack time, try Quik- GoPro Video Editor. The app essentially automates the entire process, enabling you to create beautiful videos with a few taps.
All you need to do is select some videos and photos, and choose a style. Quik then edits them into a great-looking video you can share with friends and family. But if your inner Spielberg hankers for a little more control, you can adjust the style, music, format, and pace, along with trimming clips, reordering items, and adding titles.
We’ve seen quite a few apps that try to turn your photos into art, but none hit the spot quite like Prisma. The app is almost disarmingly simple to use: shoot or select a photo, crop your image, and choose an art style (options range from classic paintings through to comic book doodling).
The app within a few seconds then transforms your photo into a miniature Picasso or Munch.But if you find the effects a bit jarring, a slide of your finger can soften your chosen filter prior to sharing your masterpiece online.
In an age of diminishing attention spans, it’s perhaps no surprise some video services exist that demand extreme brevity, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take care when fashioning tiny videos. Vue is an app that responds to such requirements, giving you an amusing amount of control over six-second wannabe Hollywood flicks.
You can shoot into up to four slots with the app itself or use videos already on your iPhone. It’s then a case of arranging them, adding the odd effect, and fiddling with sliders to get the right look. It’s a pity the slots are always evenly sized and that this cannot be adjusted, but otherwise, this is a very smart app for creating tiny movies.
4. Inbox from Gmail
Get control of your Gmail account with Inbox by Gmail. The app organizes your mailbox based on the types of messages you receive, making it easy to quickly locate emails when you need them. You can view information like delivery order updates, pictures, flight statuses, and reservations details without even opening a message. The Snooze feature lets you tell Inbox to remind you about a particular email later on.
5. VSCO Cam
If you want to make your photos look better, one of VSCO’s dozens of retro film filters should do the trick. The app offers more extensive editing capabilities than Instagram, and each filter preset is designed to emulate the effect of an old-school film camera.
VSCO offers free cloud syncing and uploads to a personalized VSCO Grid account, which is essentially a hi-res, ultra-minimalist version of Instagram that has less of a focus on social networking and more of a focus on sharing pretty pictures.
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