Apps sa Month: Pebrero 2016

Apps of the Month: February 2016

Ang Observer ni apps reviewer nagsugyot 10 apps ug 10 mobile dula siya nadiskobrehan niini nga bulan, gikan sa Lonely Planet naggiya imong tindahan offline sa usa ka duwa nga nagtugot kaninyo sa pagdagan sa usa ka mantalaan

Powered sa nga artikulo nga giulohan og “Apps sa bulan: Pebrero 2016” gisulat sa Stuart dredge, alang sa Ang Observer sa Lunes 15th Pebrero 2016 08.00 UTC

Mamingawon Planeta

GIYA SA inusara nga planeta

Android / iOS

Ang pinaka-ulahing app alang sa mga magpapanaw nga gikan sa Mamingawon Planet, kini ang usa ka maayo - ug free! - Trabaho sa pagbalhin sa pipila sa mga giya sa siyudad gikan sa iyang mga libro ngadto sa gamay nga screen. Daghang sa mga siyudad anaa sa paglusad, uban sa mapa nga kamo makahimo sa tindahan sa offline - sa usa ka mapuslanon nga paghikap.

pinadala sa eroplano

pinadala sa eroplano


Daghang mga tiggamit Mac nahibalo mahitungod sa pinadala sa eroplano slick desktop email software alang sa usa ka samtang. Karon kini na ang usa ka maayo kaayo nga bersyon alang sa iPhone. Kini sa mga buhat uban sa daghan nga mga popular nga mga serbisyo sa email, adunay daghang mga bahin sa SPEED sa imong inbox pagdumala sa, ug bisan sa adunay usa ka neat Apple Watch app.



Android / iOS

This wonderful children’s app has been out for a while on iOS, but is new to Android. It’s an interactive alphabet designed for touchscreens, with animations illustrating words for children as they tap and swipe their way through the letters.

kickstarter app


Android / iOS

Another app belatedly making its way on to Android, this belongs to crowdfunding service Kickstarter. It’s a great way to browse new projects trying to raise money, as well as seeing what friends are backing.



Android / iOS

There are plenty of apps and gadgets – and often gadgets with apps – for tracking your steps and helping you get more active. Movesum is a smart twist, showing how many calories your walking has burned, and encouraging you to revise your daily goals.

Music Memos



A brand new music app from Apple, but for recording songs rather than listening to them. Aimed at songwriters of all levels, it helps you record songs or short ideas, add a virtual drummer and bassist; tag the clips to find them later; then export or share them.

once app


Android / iOS

Tinder isn’t the only app in town for dating. Once’s schtick is that it recommends you one match every day: you can only see one another, with the promise of human matchmakers rather than just algorithms helping out.

Playlist a Day


Android / iOS

“One a day” is clearly a theme this month. This app comes from Warner Music Group, delivering a new music playlist every 24 mga oras. You’ll need to be a paying Spotify subscriber to use it, and expect plenty of Warner’s artists to feature.

Millie Marotta’s Colouring Adventures



Look away now if the trend for adult colouring books gets your goat: this takes the idea to iPad. The pictures that you’re colouring are beautiful, bisan: nature images from the work of illustrator Millie’s popular books. Other apps do it, but this feels the most like real colouring.

Mimicker Alarm



It’s not all work at Microsoft: the tech giant’s experimental apps team has a new way for you to wake up. To turn off the app’s alarm clock, you have to “mimic” something: from pulling a certain face to saying a certain phrase. Silly? A bit, but it does wake you up.




Android / iOS

Its description as a “crafting RPG” may remind you of Minecraft, but Crashlands is a different beast. After crash-landing on an alien planet, you have to forage for tools, battle wildlife and build your base while uncovering a gripping story. A real treat.

Twofold Inc


Android / iOS

If you like puzzlers but are tiring of the match-three “Saga” formula, Twofold Inc is the antidote. It sees you tracing lines of coloured squares with your finger to fill up bars at the top of the screen, against increasingly tough “moves” limits. orihinal nga, and very addictive.

The Westport Independent


Android / iOS

Papers, Please remains one of the most thought-provoking mobile games, and this is cut from the same cloth. You edit a newspaper in a “postwar” country sliding into dictatorship, and have to swap headlines and censor stories as you see fit. O, if you’re brave, leave them alone …



Android / iOS

If you grew up in the era of the Spectrum home computer, Downwell’s retro graphics will bring pangs of nostalgia. But even if not, its simple but clever falling-down-a-well gameplay will soon cast a spell on you. Power-ups play a key role as you play, die and repeat.

Exploding Kittens



Exploding Kittens is a quirky card game that was funded to the tune of $8.8m on Kickstarter. That success has helped its creators turn it into a mobile game, which is just as fun. Be warned: you need two players with it installed on their iPhones to even play.

Adventures of Mana


Android / iOS

Fans of the Final Fantasy console RPGs have had plenty of chances to play older games in the series on their mobile devices. Adventures of Mana is the latest remake – of a game that more casual players may not know – and offers a colourful slice of RPG history.



Android / iOS

Plenty of people play Countdown on their sofas – by playing along in their heads with the TV game show. Now there’s an alternative: this official mobile game, with letters and numbers rounds as well as conundrums to solve. Kini nagabuhat sa maayo, including a two-players-on-one-device mode.

Pocket Mortys


Android / iOS

You’ll get most out of this game if you’re already familiar with Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty cartoon, but it’s fun for newcomers too. Unashamedly inspired by Pokemon, it’s packed with humour as you catch and train different versions of the Morty character.

Circa Infinity



Want a new twist on a platform game? This provides it: your tiny stick-character runs and leaps around a series of circles, working your way into the centre while avoiding enemies. It seems tough at first, but as you get used to the rhythm, it becomes a compelling challenge.



Android / iOS

An inventive new take on the city-building strategy that’s become a familiar genre on mobile. This game, from famous gaming brand Atari, celebrates the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) community, complete with Pride festivals as its centrepoints. © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010

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