The best Mobile apps of the week: Android, iOS, Windows Phone
One more week, we again give a review of the best mobile apps of the week, trying to discover the most curious, useful or novel of each of the current platforms apps. And what we have this week? A good deal of applications for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Let them.
We already recommended Sunlit in Unofficial and today they return to nominate one of the best mobile apps of the week. With a fabulous design, Sunlit can create stories using photos from your iPhone , with the extra power to create collaborative stories with your friends and the ability to pair it with different services like App.net.
Sunlit camera also has its own in-app , has 6 filters and very striking maps to locate your stories. What’s more, the app is free, so definitely worth trying.
Download: Sunlit (iOS) Free.
Cir.ca is a pretty popular news reader in iOS and last year gave its jump to the Google platform with excellent results. So much so that she was selected as one of the best applications for Android 2013.
Why? For its clean and clear design, and above all, for its distinctive factor: news builds different pieces of media . That is, a team of editors is responsible for creating a story from the same news told by various means. A concept very interesting and worth trying. Also, it’s free.
Download: Cir.ca (Android) Free.
Windows Phone: Blink:-
It still amazes me the amount of focus to photography that exist for Windows Phone applications and Blink is an example. While the application was born to do basically focused bursts of photos, the true value that makes Blink in one of the best mobile apps of the week is that these bursts can export in. gif. Enough said. If we also add that the quality of photos taken with the application we are more than decent and that the application is free, we obtain that Blink is an app that can not miss in your Windows Phone.
Download: Blink (Windows Phone) for free.