August is coming to a close, and many of us heading back to work after our summer vacation. Hmph. Still, it's not all bad news. Here at Appszoom, we have another fab compilation of the best apps we've seen of late.
Keep reading and discover some great new additions to your phone.
Aiming to help keep track of your family members as well as keeping your battery life low, GeoZilla provides a free and effective GPS location tracker. It allows you to set alerts when a known contact arrives at home, work, school, or any other location of your choosing. GeoZilla also keeps a history of where your contacts have been for later viewing.
Rhapsody VR allows you to watch concerts with 360 degree views of the show. You get to be in control of how you look, so you can focus on specific things or just feel like you are there. This is also just a really good tool to find new artists: there is a lot of content on here, a majority of it from smaller artists, and it's constantly updated with new performances.
BYJU'S is an app that will help you get ahead in your classes and work. You can use it to study for exams or just check up on what you have learned using lessons, videos, and samples. Easy to understand and well thought out, the lesson planning in BYJU's in commendable.
There are two ways to enjoy music with Mr Radio: from the get-go, this app tells you that you can either choose what kind of music you’re in the mood to listen, or like most other music streamers, by the kind of music you enjoy listening to. You’ll find top genres like rap, hip-hop, country, dance, along with other personal favorites like classical and sophisticated, old-timey music.
The AMC app allows you to watch through their catalogue of shows after the air date. This allows you to binge or catch up on shows without having to worry about commercials. Out of all of the cable apps, AMC seems to have the highest quality audio and visual content. The shows are close to what they are on TV without any cropping or cutting.