As we welcome spring, we find ourselves with a lot of things to do. People end up hanging out with family and mates in the park, swimming in the sea, or better yet, just playing in the park. But for some who wish to just stay at home and find nothing to do, here are some interesting apps you wouldn’t dare miss. We’ve checked the top five hottest apps based on the star ratings. Here they are:
5: Best Burgers London: Do You Want Fries With That?
You can tell that true food lovers have created this app, seeing as every venue that it directs you to is given a detailed description and, more importantly, a good rundown of the burger that is supplied. You can rate each burger on a five-star system and navigate yourself around the town based on the ratings of other users.
4: Tastecard: The Ultimate London Restaurant Discount App
This app is absolutely essential when it comes to eating out in London City. It’s more of an app that accompanies the membership, but once you sign up to tastecard you’ll be able to use your tastecard app to claim discounts on any of the 6,000+ participating restaurants. You can search for any of the restaurants by using Google Maps and can even view photos of the eateries before you make a reservation; a cool feature is that tastecard members can leave reviews about the restaurants so that you have a guide to choose from.
3: OmniFocus: The Most Powerful Task Manager The iPhone Has to Offer
OmniFocus provides you with several different ways to sort your tasks. The first is by project. A project is where multiple tasks that all share the same goal are grouped together. For instance, if you were planning a trip to New York, and you had several things that needed to get done in order for this trip to happen, you could name the project ‘Trip to New York’. Then you add in all the relevant tasks, like ‘book airline tickets’, or ‘find a hotel’. Projects are great because at times when you have many tasks in your inbox, they allow you to focus on what’s important without any distractions.
If you get tired of searching the through old newspapers in order to find a Sudoku that you haven’t solved yet, then you can rejoice in the new Puzzler Sudoku app that brings you thousands of new puzzles direct to your iPhone.The app itself is set out in a very simple and easy to follow format, with an option to choose the difficulty level of the puzzle before you begin. You tap the screen to select the appropriate number and then touch the empty square that you want to put the number in, filling up all of the squares so that they each have the numbers 1-9 in.
1: Bloody Western: Take on Tombstone Style Slaughter with Your Friends
Hook yourself up with one of the hottest new ways to play games with your friends to hit the App Store. Bloody Western is a cowboy themed entry into the online simulation games genre from Mobicle, and it takes its basic structure from other social network games like Facebooks Vampires and Mafia Wars. But Bloodlines offers plenty more than the same old concept with a new skin—read along to find out how. The best thing about the Bloody Western is it is free to download.