Despite the summer, there were also in the last month of July a couple of very notable apps that I want to point again. The individual contributions to the applications can be found in the sub-headings, the download links, as usual, in the badges.
1. Rewind (iOS)
Rewind may be a little older, but I put the iOS application just last month here in the blog before. Basically, these are an automated timekeeping that works locally based. So you save a your work and Rewind keeps future determine at what time slot you find yourself at this location. The app simplified me completing my work time overview immensely, because I have to take care about nothing more and can still fill my working hours very simple.
2.BeFunky (web app and Chrome)
Web apps are becoming more flexible and come close to desktop counterparts. The image processing BeFunky is a good example, because it combines functionality with ease of use. Included are a whole lot of features that are usually found in most desktop applications. In addition to the web app there is also a Chrome app, however, represents only a link to said Web App.
3. People Carrier (Android)
Zen editors are not as common yet under Android far as iOS. With monospace an app in beta is now available, however, which brings a lot of potential. The appearance is minimalistic and focused on the text, Markdown syntax is also supported and export functions are also available. Of course, there is currently still one or the other problem, but these are likely to be fixed sooner or later.
4. Atmos (iOS)
In order for a weather app for me in the first place out of the question, they must get their data from Forecast.io relate. In Atmos this is the case. Added to this are a well designed interface and the ability to limit einzuspeichern many places make Atmos to one of the best weather application for iOS, I think.
Just as the above-mentioned BeFunky also launched Polarr as a browser app for Chrome. Some time ago, there was only an iOS app and now it has published the Android app. Operation is virtually the same and also the functionality is the iOS application in every way. The operating concept is very intuitive and this blend of ease of use and extensive features makes Polarr under Android to one of the best image editing.