September has arrived, and for many of us, that means back to school or work. But it's not all bad. We're here again with a cracking selection of apps that are sure to distract you from your post-vacation blues.
Keep reading for come great new download recommendations.
Tagroo lets users who love street art upload images of truly unique street art they find along with the GPS location, so you can go to the location where the image was found. Taggroo is incredibly easy to use, with intuitive buttons and a minimalist UI, sporting a great-design.
Focusing on helping your favorite shots stand out or pop, A Color Story lets you edit your shot, adding effects like side angle zooms as well as over 100 photo filters, several of which can be purchased or downloaded for free. You can also custom crop your images manually or use 4x3, 3x4, and other frames, and adjust the RGB levels, brightness, saturation, and contrast in your shots.
Blendle combines the best journalism that is out there on stories that you actually care about. You'll get shorter articles that get to the point fast, and short stories from the best publications, without having to sign into different places.
FairFly saves you money on booking fees and other miscellaneous charges after you've already booked. It continually tracks any flight to see if you are worthy of a refund. The absolute best part of this app is that if you don't have anything to do, you can just leave this one alone. It constantly works for you, but it doesn't bother you.
Designed for kids aged 3 to 5, your child will be helping PBS Kids characters practice early math concepts. In Measure Up! your child will be traveling to an island that hosts Treetop City, Magma Peak, and Crystal Waves. This game features on-screen controls to start one of 19 available mini games, like filling up sand molds to make sand castles and more including videos.