Top 5 Apps of the week – July 2016
From interactive learning of classics to interesting apps for children, this week’s selection of the best apps has it all.
With just 2.29 pounds to download, the Infinity Arcade app lets your little geniuses make and design games as they wish. From simple bat and ball games to fighting and ladder games, your kid can do it all with this versatile and simple app. It is compatible with iOS 7.0 or later.
Part of a set of 39 separate apps, this one allows for a detailed understanding of one of the Bard’s most famous and complex plays. People like Ian McKellan perform the Arden edition of the texts to help you understand better, and it also features a ton of notes and historical facts.
Hear – Advanced ListeningThis app will help you deal with all of the unnecessary noise, stress and anxiety of your everyday life. Basically you can use any of the seven different available filters and put on your headphones to control what you are hearing, and even listen to your own music at the same time.
This new app allows you to download and watch almost any of the shows that are featured on the BBC’s iPlayer catch up TV service. But it’s not just that, you can ever discover new shows similar to the ones you like. It is perfectly compatible with iOS 8.0 or later.
Using this mobile app, you can video chat with a bunch of people in your circle all at the same time, as well as listen to some streaming music at the same time and watch videos. It is completely free to download and requires iOS 8.0 or later.