Top 5 Android and iOS apps of the week

Top 5 Android and iOS apps of the week
Top 5 Android and iOS apps of the week

This top 5 is not like our selections of free applications that we offer you twice a week. Here, we install the applications on our own smartphones and test them. We check if there are not too many in-app purchases, ads and if the applications respect your personal data more or less.

We try to select useful applications, whether for productivity, personalization of your interface or digital well-being. And, our top 5 always includes at least one mobile game. Applications can be free or paid, with or without a subscription. But, it will always be indicated!

We take issues related to in-app purchases and advertisements seriously. This is why we mention them in the descriptions of the affected applications.


Earn to Die Rogue (Android and iOS)

If you’ve never played the other Earn to Die games, now is the time to start. Set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse, you drive through a dystopian environment where you face zombies and other gigantic bosses in an epic fight for survival.

You progress by looting buildings and getting upgrades, unlocking new cars and modifying them to crush the zombies that get in your way. There’s plenty of room to apply improvements in the game, and it doesn’t take too long to pick up the driving mechanics after immersing yourself for a few minutes.

Don’t take this title too seriously and you’ll be able to enjoy the game better. I particularly enjoyed the game’s physics and over-the-top zombie deaths which gave me quite a boost. If realism in a survival horror game is your priority, I suggest you don’t play it. If you like crazy games, dive into the game!

  • Price: Free / Advertising: Yes / In-app purchases: Yes (€1.99 – €19.99) / Account required: Yes

Rain (Android)

There’s not much to say about a weather forecast app. The goal of such an app is to inform you about the weather and, more importantly, the accuracy of its readings.

Whether you’re in the steppes of Mongolia or the trendy Gangnam district of Seoul, South Korea, you’ll always receive up-to-date forecasts every hour, every day and every week. This makes it easier to plan family trips, vacations and business meetings in advance. To configure Rain, simply rely on geolocation or enter the exact city you are in.

I love how the weather is represented in cute graphics that are sure to please everyone. Each location offers a treasure trove of information, including dew point, felt temperature, visibility, wind direction, precipitation, rain, humidity, cloud cover, air pressure and UV index, among others. Perfect for planners who don’t want to leave anything to chance!

  • Price: Free / Advertising: No / In-app purchases: No / Account required: No

Find out what the weather is like with this weather app with a beautiful user interface. / © nextpit

mymind (Android and iOS)

Life is hard enough these days. There is so much to manage that there are times when it becomes too difficult and you feel like giving up. If, like me, your mind is constantly processing a flood of information, it’s all too easy to forget things. mymind aims to prevent mental burnout by being a virtual bulletin board that keeps your thoughts safe.

In fact, mymind works as an advanced note-taking platform specially designed so that you can always save anything at any time. All it takes is a simple tap to save a note, or maybe you heard a clever quote you’d like to save for future reference, or a mental image of a haircut you’d like to sport at home. the future. In fact, it is a parking space for your thoughts.

There are no status updates or notifications to bother you, nor are you pushed to like, tag, or stay engaged in the app in any way.

  • Price: Free / Advertising: No / In-app purchases: Yes (€5.99-119) / Account required: Yes
Top 5 apps - mymind

Make room for your mental space with mymind. / © nextpit

SoundID (Android and iOS)

Have you ever wondered how to improve the audio performance of your smartphone or headphones? If you don’t feel like spending money to fix a particular problem, perhaps you can take a more refined approach, which would be to use an app and make adjustments from there.

That’s where SoundID comes in, which claims to offer a personalized sound profile just for you. Simply create your own SoundID and activate it every time you listen to your favorite music tracks or watch videos.

You will first need to choose a pair of headphones compatible with the SoundID: Drop THX Panda, Monolith by Monoprice M-TWE, grell TWS/1 or Drop TWS1X. It is also possible to use it with other non-SoundID compatible headphones, but the audio results are different. I wouldn’t say it’s better, but the sound is more reserved. For the full list of compatible devices, you can refer to this list.

Once you’ve finished customizing, you may want to sign in with an account if you haven’t already. The only benefit is saving your SoundID profile and settings, which makes sense considering how much time you’ve spent trying to tailor your device’s audio setup to best suit your listening experience. ‘listen.

  • Price: Free / Advertising: No / In-app purchases: No / Account required: No (but recommended)
Top 5 apps - SoundID

Get the best sound from your smartphone and headphones with SoundID. / © nextpit

YAZIO (Android and iOS)

The battle of the bulges. I am not referring to the great battle of World War II, but rather to the battle of the waistline. Exercising is always good for overall health and well-being, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other measures that can be used to help slim down. Counting calories is another scientific method, and that’s why apps like YAZIO exist.

Thanks to YAZIO, I was able to consult my food diary, track my activities and, hopefully, successfully lose my love handles. YAZIO allows you to create a personal plan to lose weight or build muscle, it really depends on what you want to do. There is a calorie table that contains information on over 2 million foods. The nutrition tracker and food diary works for all meals, and you can now keep tabs on your protein, fat, carbs, and calorie intake.

I like that the built-in barcode scanner makes it easy to find the calorie information for a particular food on the supermarket shelves. The weight tracking segment also makes it easier to see progress (or stagnation or worse, regression!). Generally speaking, I’ve always believed that what can be measured can be improved, and weight is one of them.

  • Price: Free / Advertising: None / In-app purchases: Yes (€23.99/quarter, €34.99/semester, €23.90/year) / Account required: Yes
Top 5 apps - YAZIO

Monitor your weight by counting calories with this app. / © nextpit

What do you think of the list of applications presented this week? Did you like any of our recommendations? Is there another app you’re dying to share with the rest of the world? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments!

-

-

PREV CD Projekt’s Abandoned Multiplayer Mode Is Resurrected by Players
NEXT With this addition, Chrome on Android looks a little more like Chrome on PC