7 Must Have New & Updated Apps

7 Must Have New & Updated Apps

It can be difficult to keep pace with all the new apps that are released weekly. Different apps are coming out every week and it is important to be updated. Here is a list of 7 must have new and updated apps that you should be aware of.

1. Quickoffice

This week, Google made Quickoffice free of charge for Android and iOS. The app allows you to create as well edit Microsoft Office documents, presentations and spreadsheets on your mobile device. You can save your work in Google Drive.

2. Evernote

iOS 7 app of Evernote has a fresh home screen, bringing all your business and personal notes, tags, announcements, notebook and shortcuts onto the same page. Besides, it includes a fresh Quicknote feature as well as the ability to markup PDFs and images. Notes can be shared with others as well through the app by use of iOS 7’s new AirDrop aspect.

3. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2

PlayFirst together with Sony Pictures Consumer Products this week released this app, which is an addictive arcade game that features characters from the film. Finest illustrated as a cross between Bejeweled and Candy Crush, the game’s objective is to pick groups of three or more on the screen as quickly as you can. Every round of this game is 60 seconds long and is associated with its own unique difficulty.

4. The Netbook

Luxury retailer, Net-a-Porter, this week introduced a new way of discovering and shopping for products in its online directory with the release of The Netbook application for the iPad and iPhone. The app exhibits a real-time products’ feed that other users are favoriting and buying. You can follow the people whose style you admire, with just a click. You can also save products to your personal feed for other people to follow. This application is in invite-only style presently and has some twists to work out before it is ready for public consumption.

5. Madden 25

Madden 25 for Android also arrived this week. The game is optimized for Android tablets and it allows you to build your own team as well as compete in NFL-style football matches on your much loved Android device.

6. Chrome for iOS

Google renewed Chrome for the iPad and iPhone, adding a fresh design for iOS 7, plus improving the full screen thing on the iPad. The latest version of the app wraps the browser plus other Google apps on your mobile device. So if you are signed into Chrome, you have the ability to sign into other Google apps just by identifying which Google account you would want to sign in with, instead of entering your login information again. Besides, links in Chrome presently open directly in Gmail, Google Maps, Drive and YouTube.

7. Pandora for iPad

This week also saw Pandora launch a new edition of its iPhone application optimized for the iOS 7 and completely redesigned for the iPad. This app is optimized for larger screens, which makes it simple to add diversity to a station with artist propositions, helps you learn more regarding an album or artist on screen as you listen, and offers a detailed timeline personalized for every individual listener.

Tim is a tech blogger with an interest in software and app development, social media API’s and SEO. During the day he writes code for INX Software and their OHS and FIFO software.

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