You’ve probably seen the Talking Tom app if you have kids. My Talking Angela builds on that, in a way that is geared to young girls.
SurgeProtector gives you a little support when Uber’s prices surge, offering nearby areas you could walk that have lower pricing.
The Flavour app blends restaurant recommendations from critics, bloggers, experts and locals to help you find nearby favorites in several cities.
The TUN Student Discounts app lets students find the closest student discounts around – whether they’re at home or on the road somewhere.
The Odysee app uploads your photos and videos to a personal cloud, freeing up space on your phone.
Let’s not mince words: Beach Buggy Racing is a pretty generic racing game – but it gets a lot of little things right.
The Loose Leaf app lets you create and share your doodles.
It’s a little tricky to find a completely customizable weather app these days but BeWeather 2 may fit the bill.
The Skillshare app lets you watch or create short educational videos, teaching any number of things.
The Togethera app lets you create distinct social media circles, so you can connect with who you want, when you want.
You’re not expecting too serious of an experience in a game called Goat Simulator. And you’d be right – but it’s still fun.
Ever seen a moment on a TV show you wish you could forward to a friend? The Clippit app lets you do just that.
The Cleen app – as you might expect – helps to clean up your photo library, freeing up memory and eliminating bloat on your phone.
It’s a bit too expensive to hire your own sous chef, but the SideChef app can make cooking a little easier.
The Stringer app lets you customize your shuffles, hearing more from the artist or album that catches your ear.