August 29, 2015
Are you trying to get pregnant, already pregnant, or trying not to get pregnant? There is an app for that. Do you take your iPhone to the toilet to avoid being bored? There is an app for that! You love gaming? There is a great new game you definitely need to try. In this week’s roundup, I gathered apps from a wide variety of categories, ranging from gaming, through fertility calculator, to gaming.
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Conceived by well-known pregnancy and fertility expert and OB/GYN Amos Grunebaum, BabyMed is one of the Internet’s most popular independent pregnancy and fertility websites. Now, you don’t have to visit the website, you have the iOS app and the Apple Watch companion app to get access to information, so you will be able to take a Glance at your wrist to know whether or not the time is right. After an easy setup process, BabyMed is at your command with useful features such as fertility calculator with daily reminders, which uses red, yellow, and green traffic lights to help you know when you’re most and least fertile. If you are pregnant, Babymed is for you, because it includes a due-date calculator and much, much more, just like baby kick counter, BMI calculator, etc. Download Babymed from the App Store [download link]
Kosmo is an endless hopper that will challenge you with carefully crafted levels on the way to the stars. The app was recently updated with 10 new characters. It is fun and challenging, and will keep you glued to your iPhone’s screen. Download Kosmo from the App Store [download link]
Some of you may be tempted to take your iPhone to the toilet. Pooductive is designed for you: It’s a social network, created for those who get bored during that time, which aims to connect people in the same position. You can choose to have a one-on-one or group chat with people nearby. The app itself won’t allow too much other than sharing some thoughts with other people, but the idea is awesome. Download Productive from the App Store [download link]
Lara Croft Go
Lara Croft Go was released just the other day, on August 27. I had been waiting for the launch, because it has an absolutely stunning soundtrack. While it isn’t a free puzzle game (it costs $4.99), it captures the gamer with great visuals, providing a classic Tomb Raider experience peppered with adventure and mystery – you’ll explore the ruins of an ancient civilization, discover secrets, and face deadly challenges. Download Lara Croft Go from the App Store [$4.99, download link]
As the app’s name suggests, it is for gamers only. Designed by Google, YouTube Gaming brings you the YouTube experience, but focusing only on games: It connects you to the games and players, with live streams and chat included, video reviews, trailers, and much more. Currently, there are more than 25,000 games featured within the app, but I think this is just the beginning, as the number of games is growing rapidly every day. Download YouTube Gaming from the App Store [download link]
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