Saka periscope lan Enlight kanggo Apple Music, Photos Google, YouTube Gaming lan pacemaker: paling iOS app anyar taun
Miturut tenan Analyst Forrester Riset, nduweni smartphone nglampahi 85% wektu ing iku piranti nggunakake app, nanging 84% wektu sing wis ngginakaken nggunakake mung limang apps sing padha ora wis arm ing piranti sing.
Makane iku supaya angel kanggo apps anyar kanggo dadi Tampilan utawa Candy tresna-ukuran hits: malah yen gawe sing bisa ngyakinake wong kanggo ngundhuh, njupuk menyang nggunakake mau ajeg tantangan liyane tanggung.
Isih, kathah nyoba, lan 2015 saw sawetara gagasan inventive miwiti ing App Store. Punika Roundup kita 25 paling account-anyar iOS app saka taun. Yen Android punika platform saka pilihan, ana iki dhaftar taun-mburi kapisah kanggo sing kene. Kangge, yen sampeyan lagi looking kanggo iOS game paling apik 2015, maca Roundup iki.
Apa kita wis ora kejawab sanadyan? Bagean komentar mbukak kanggo Rekomendasi kanggo apps iOS sing padha anyar (utawa malah mung anyar kanggo sampeyan) ing 2015.
25. star Walk 2
entuk manfaat utama sawetara app 'iku padha mbantu nglampahi wektu liyane ora looking ing layar, lan Star Walk 2 iku salah siji saka wong-wong mau. Ngarahke ing stargazers amateur, iku mbantu ngenali stars, Rasi lintang sing, planet lan komet ing langit ndhuwur, karo model 3D saka nebula kacathet lan mode wengi-wektu kanggo Cut layar-cahya kanggo minimal.
strictly ngandika, Grayout game, nanging aku key iku ing "fiction interaktif". Nanging sampeyan golongan iku, iki apik banget: a prequel kanggo pamikiran-provoking game censorship pangembang padha kang Blackbar. Setel ing rumah sakit, sumerep sampeyan rembugan "post-traumatik aphasia" kanggo golek dalan liwat crita.
Mindfulness akeh ing warta taun, karo Moodnotes siji saka apps wus bandha. Iku Jurnal swasana manah digital sing nemu sampeyan kanggo trek carane aran, nalika nyaranke sawetara tips for Nyingkiri "traps mikir" sing bisa mlebu sampeyan menyang pepeteng a. desain dipastekake proses tau chore.
Iku pitakonan sing padha kepengin weruh apa iki app kapisah lan ora mung fitur ing Instagram, nanging sing ora mungkasi Layout kang alat photo-kolase lunyu lan diakses. Pilih nembak, ngatur ing pigura multi-gambar, lan banjur nuduhake utawa nyimpen - Handy terakhir kanggo nuduhake ing non-Facebook jaringan sosial.
Sing bakal mbayar kanggo nonton video YouTubers ', diwenehi sing padha wis kasedhiya kanggo free ing YouTube? Prau ana njajal uga-dirancang kanggo mangerteni, aturan isi anyar saka sawetara lintang video online saderengipun mejet YouTube. dicampur saka music, vlogging lan komedi kanggo £ 2,29 sasi wis kathah mréntahaké.
20. Count MyHeart
ambisi Apple karo inisiatif HealthKit sawijining sawetara saka iku paling menarik babagan iOS sapunika, kalebu Usaha sawijining peneliti medical. Stanford University kang MyHeart counts app - kang nyabrang saka US UK ing 2015 - Ana conto sing apik: panggolekan data atimu kanggo nggunakake apik.
iPad-mung Electricomics ana nyoba paling anyar kanggo rethink komik lan novel-novel Graphic kanggo demek piranti. Lengkap karo komik saka Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, Leah Moore lan John Reppion, lan Peter Hogan, iku nuduhake carane ati (tinimbang gambar-offy) nggunakake sawênèh tenan bisa nambah kanggo medium.
More fiction interaktif karo novel ditulis dening penulis Iain Pears khusus kanggo medium iki. Sawijining ngepang dalane crito dilacak 10 tales bagéyan karakter ', lan nalika antarmuka meh tubemap-kaya ana banget pinter, kualitas nulis dipastekake iki tansah felt kaya novel, tinimbang gimmick digital.
17. Kantor Jarak
Yen wis tau ketemu dhewe njupuk foto saka scribbled-ing whiteboard dienggo mengko, Kantor Jarak uga worth dipikir. As good for scanning in documents as for turning business cards and receipts into digital notes for safe archiving, it’s become one of the most useful work-related apps since its launch in April.
Ing 2014, Pacemaker was a slick DJing app for iPad that tapped Spotify for its music. Ing 2015, sanadyan, it became something even more interesting: an iPhone app with its own artificial-intelligence helper (called Mållgan) that will construct mixes for you – complete with the ability for you to tweak them at will.
For frequent travellers who often find themselves hunting down internet access that won’t shred their mobile bill, WifiMapper is invaluable. It provides a map of Wi-Fi hotspots (both free and paid) with data on how decent their connections are, and the locations they’re at.
14. Apple News
There are lots of questions around what Apple News becoming a gatekeeper to news means for publishers, but judged strictly as an app, it made a strong start. It pulls in news from a wide range of sources, displays them neatly, and in just a few months has shown a decent ability to tune its feed to your preferences.
13. YouTube Gaming
Alongside music and children’s videos, games has become one of YouTube’s three main pillars of content. Accordingly, this year it got its own standalone app, providing quick access to the latest Let’s Play videos, reviews, developer uploads and – an area of increasing focus for YouTube – Twitch-esque live streams.
Already a hit on Android, Camera51 has been just as impressive on iOS as an alternative to the built-in camera software. Its emphasis is on helping you with your framing and composition, whether you’re snapping objects, landscapes or people (selfies included, kang iki 2015).
11. MixRadio Music
MixRadio was once Nokia’s music-streaming service, before being sold to Microsoft, and then sold again to Japanese social network Line. Under its new owner, it came to iOS for the first time with a polished personal-radio app. Tap in a few artists to whip up a channel, or dig deep into its impressive collection of themed playlists.
10. Apple Music
What to say about Apple Music that hasn’t already been said at length – not least in our in-depth review? The Spotify rival wasn’t as bad as its harsher critics claimed, nor was it as groundbreaking as its creators suggested. But excellent playlists, a very-listenable live radio station and a smart recommendation engine made a decent enough start.
For those of us who swear by Mailbox, 2015 ended with the disappointing news that Dropbox is canning that email app. For Gmail users, Inbox may be the answer in 2016. Having learned from Mailbox’s user interface, it adds in features like bundling similar messages together, and separating out reminders from emails.
The problem with inventive calendar apps is that they’re often likely to get bought and shut down by a bigger fish: as Sunrise did this year. At least that won’t happen with Google Calendar, but the app had plenty to recommend it as an alternative to the default iOS calendar, with a simple interface and handy reminders.
If you’re interested in how virtual reality (VR) can be about more than gaming, Vrse is well worth a homescreen slot on your iPhone. It provides access to the growing number of short VR films being produced by interactive filmmaker Chris Milk’s Vrse startup – from Syrian refugees to U2 music videos.
6. Eve by Glow
Apple thankfully remembered that women have needs beyond discovering music this year, lan added period-tracking to its Health app. But Eve (formerly called Ruby) is worth a look as an alternative for tracking everything from periods and stress to sex, with a wider community to tap for advice.
A fine daytime complement to Star Walk 2’s night-time stargazing, Detour is an app for on-foot wanderers. It offers a selection of audio tours, starting with San Francisco but now with London, Paris, Berlin and Barcelona among other cities. From Backstage Westminster to Radical Clerkenwell, it could shed new light on London for Londoners, not just tourists.
Strictly speaking this was released right at the end of 2014, but it was in 2015 that lip-sync app Dubsmash became a bona-fide mobile craze – leapfrogging tech early-adopters to go straight to the mainstream. Which is why your friends and family members were regularly sliding in to your social feeds mouthing along to music hits or movie dialogue.
The re-energised Flickr remains a force to be reckoned with when it comes to storing and sharing mobile photography, but Google Photos provided some stiff competition this year. It’s easy to use, offers unlimited storage for standard-resolution shots, and has some helpful editing and sharing tools built in.
One of 2015’s most impressive apps in both its iPhone and iPad incarnations, Enlight was the latest attempt to improve photo-editing on mobile devices. At its basic level, it’s really easy to use, but the more you explore its creative features, the better your resulting shots will be.
Live-streaming video often doesn’t make sense … until some live video turns up that does – from breaking news events to celebrities chatting to fans. Acquired by Twitter before its launch in March on iOS then May on Android, Periscope is quietly becoming a very interesting addition to the media: as our piece on how Bild reporter Paul Ronzheimer used it to cover the Syrian refugees story nuduhake.
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