Golf isn’t a game for everyone, but it’s a global sport and this weekend it has its “championship” of sorts with the Masters. The tourney is already underway, and it is not easy to keep up with the field unless you’ve taken the weekend off. That’s where our mobile pick of the week comes in, as the Masters Golf Tournament app allows you to track your favorite players in real-time.
Facebook. Love it or hate it, the social service isn’t going away anytime soon, and they’ve spent a lot of time and money branching out into other areas. Virtual Reality is one of them, but staying ‘social’ is key to keeping their users happy. The Facebook Riff app doesn’t delve in VR, but it will allow you to create and collaborate on videos with your friends.
It seems like only yesterday that we only had one App store to peruse for Android devices. Over the years, several new ones have sprang up, but the Amazon Appstore has easily taken second place to Google Play. In fact, they are celebrating their fourth birthday today and they’re giving away over $100 in free Android games and apps to mark the celebration.
Regardless of where you reside on this big, beautiful world of ours, there’s a chance you’ve heard of the Divergent Series. The first film from the popular books was released last year, and ahead of the second film’s release we are getting an interesting app to promote the film. If you happened to own a Google Cardboard or other VR-based headset, you will definitely want to check out the Insurgent VR app.
If you own a smartphone, you probably have the YouTube app installed, and it’s one of the most used mobile applications on the planet. It isn’t always a good thing to have unlocked if you have kids, as there are plenty of videos not safe for children out there. If you keep your kids away from YouTube, you can now turn them loose thanks to the new YouTube Kids app.
Depending on what part of the word you reside in, marijuana may be illegal. Things are starting to loosen up a bit for folks in the United States, and as weed slowly becomes decriminalized, entrepreneurs are popping up in some unlikely areas. Mobile apps is one of those areas, and the new High There! App is bringing the world of online dating to stoners.
In today’s age of social media one thing is for certain, once you put it out there, it’s out there. Whether you tweet or post on Facebook, we’ve all said something we’ve wanted to take back, and the Xpire app can lend you a hand with that. It can’t take back your posts, but it can make them self-destruct…
If you are an artist that owns a computer, there’s a good chance you have an account on DeviantArt or DA as a lot of us call it. You also know that as awesome as the site is, they’ve never had a proper mobile app. That changed earlier this month and with that in mind, we’ve picked the new DeviantArt App for our top mobile app of the month.