What better way to start the week than with a nice smile? While I can’t say what would bring a smile to your face, I do have a handful of ideas (or suggestions): maybe an achievement in a game? Or a neat emoji? Possibly a reply, a reaction of a friend of yours to a message you sent? Could it be the dream you had last night? Or just a story you read in a newspaper? I tried to pick up a few apps that are well worth your attention this week. Here are this week’s top 5 apps to download:
Wonderland Saga – Multiplayer Fighting Game
Wonderland Saga is a casual side-ways fantasy MOBA sling-shot game you can play in real-time with players from all across the globe. Every hero has a unique outfit, and skills you will explore and master. If you love real-time multiplayer games, you’ll certainly enjoy this one, too! Download Wonderland Saga for free from the App Store.
Sometimes a great emoji can express what words can’t in messaging. Have you ever felt you didn’t have enough emojis to choose from? That may change with Mojemo, however. Although it costs $2.99, it brings you more than 4000 original emojis in two sizes: keyboard emojis and big stickers, including 500 animations. Download Mojemo ($2.99) from the App Store.
Relax & Sleep Well by Glenn Harrold: Relaxation, Self-Hypnosis, Mindfulness, Meditation
This has reached the #1 spot in Healthline’s list of the Best Insomnia Apps of 2015, and now helps more than 2.5 million people sleep well every night. And you know how important it is to have a good sleep. At night. So, if you are having difficulty getting rest at night, and you want to stop counting sheep and sleep instead, you might consider downloading the Relax & Sleep Well by Glenn Harrold app from the App Store.
The New Yorker Today
There is much more than just being able to read the news: It’s also important how you read it. The New Yorker Today, for example, gives you a very nice and simple interface that makes reading a pleasure, and I loved that. The app includes a selection of newyorker.com’s latest stories, blog posts and daily cartoons, a selection of recent and classic pieces from the weekly magazine, and more. Download The New Yorker Today for free from the App Store.