Kiwi is a browser done in similar style to Google Chrome. It’s no surprise, as Kiwi’s developers based it on Chromium. Thanks to it being lightweight and fast responding, Kiwi is ideal for reading news or watching videos.
AutoPick is a simple scanner. With this app, you can scan paper documents, save them on your device, and edit them later. The whole process consists of three steps: highlight the text, scan it with your camera, and paste it in a text file.
Notes by Firefox
Notes is a lightweight notepad from Firefox. With simple and easy to navigate design, this app allows to synchronize the notes between your device and your PC. In order to so, you’d need to sign in your Firefox account and install Notes browser extension.
This RTS game is new but has already managed to get praises and high scores in stores. Castle Burn gameplay revolves around PvP matches where two sides try to destroy each other’s castles. The warfare tools are plenty: you can summon knights, wizards and dragons, call for heroes, construct towers or conjure spells. Mana, the only in-game resource, is gathered from temples that the enemy would want to take, so you’d need to construct appropriate defenses. This app is free and translated for various localizations, and if you enjoy RTS mobile games, we suggest to give this one a try.
IFTTT, or If This Then That, is an app that connects all your other services. IFTTT creates applets for various triggers. For instance, you can make it share or store photos or sync your posts in social media and blogs. IFTTT supports over 600 apps, including Twitter, Telegram, Google Drive, Twitch, Weather Underground, Instagram, Gmail, and smart-home devices like Amazon Alexa or Google Home.
Animatix brings your static photos to life by adding animation. This new app comes with 24 animation styles that can help you add cartoon, comic or art elements to your photos.
Non will make your meditation more deep and relaxing. It creates sounds note by note while you listen to it, so every session is unique. It’s important to point out that does not use pre-recorded songs. The last update added new sound generators and fixed day and night cycles for different countries (Non does that too).
App in the Air
If you fly often, you will find this app useful. App in the Air will not only notify when your flight is delayed or canceled, but also comes with a map that you can check on during flight to see your exact location. The last update fixed map issues and updated world clocks.