Best new Android and iPhone apps (mid June, 2017)

June 18, 2017
Hey there, appaholics! Yup, we’re off to another week, and we are starting it off with yet another pick of the best or most popular apps from the past 7 days. As you know, we are pretty open to suggestions, so don’t hesitate to drop a comment if you happen to know of a cool new app that we missed!

We’ve got a public speaker’s training app, a new video intro maker for vloggers, a new launcher and icon pack for Android, and more fun stuff. Check them out below and, as always, if you know of a cool new app that we missed — namedrop it in the comments!

Best new Android and iPhone apps (mid June, 2017)

New for iOS

New apps for iPhone and iPad

ClippyCam

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ClippyCam

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Price: free

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ClippyCam lets you take photos or videos with both cameras enabled, so your intended recipients will not only get to see what you are looking at, but also get your reaction and comments straight from the selfie camera.

ClippyCam
Pubspek

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Price: free

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An interesting app to help you with public speaking. It works in two stages — first, it will analyze your text and give you tips about which words may sound confusing or off-rhythm; second, it analyzes your expression as you practice into the phone’s camera and gives you tips on how to look better on stage.

Pubspek
Budget Bytes

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Price: $2.99

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A cooking app, focused on recipes on a budget. You can filter results by price range and adjust serving sizes, get how-to videos, and keep a list of your favorites. Yes, the irony of a cookbook app aimed at the budget-conscious that actually costs $3 has not escaped us, but hey – it’s a solid app!

Budget Bytes
Noctacam

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Price: $0.99

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The LED flash on the iPhone may be super-special and dual-tone and whatnot, but it still doesn’t do exactly a perfect job in every scenario. Sometimes you get burnt-out objects, sometimes it’s still a bit too dark. Noctacam gives you wider control over the LED flash, so you can get a better night shot.

Noctacam
Intro Maker

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Price: $0.99

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A small app that lets you quickly create a cool intro or stinger out of a few different templates. Cool for vlog episodes or random social media videos.

Intro Maker
7 Days of Mindfulness

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Price: $2.99

Download

Want to get into that whole “mindfulness” and “meditation” deal? This app includes a guided program for your first 7 days in the realm of mind presence.

7 Days of Mindfulness
NotePlan

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Price: $14.99

Download

A 15-dollar to-do list app? Yup — NotePlan is a mix of calendar, notes, and to-do and is a very, very solid app. With easy task movement, a very elaborate calendar, reminders, markdown, and a “sticky notes” page. It’s cool, but it it worth the asking price?

NotePlan
Groovebox

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Price: free

Download

An awesome musician app that holds beats and synth in one place. With a few taps, you can build a groove that’ll make even Bieber jealous! We kid, he has an iPhone too, he’s probably downloading this app as we speak.

Groovebox
Ripplemaker

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Price: $8.99

Download

An advanced modular synth, with options to get lost in. You’ve got your oscillator, slope generator, mathematical modulators, and tons of patch cable connections to fiddle around with.

Ripplemaker

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New apps for iPhone and iPad

Price: free

Download

ClippyCam lets you take photos or videos with both cameras enabled, so your intended recipients will not only get to see what you are looking at, but also get your reaction and comments straight from the selfie camera.

New apps for iPhone and iPad

1. ClippyCam

Price: free

Download

ClippyCam lets you take photos or videos with both cameras enabled, so your intended recipients will not only get to see what you are looking at, but also get your reaction and comments straight from the selfie camera.

ClippyCam

2. Pubspek

Price: free

Download

An interesting app to help you with public speaking. It works in two stages — first, it will analyze your text and give you tips about which words may sound confusing or off-rhythm; second, it analyzes your expression as you practice into the phone’s camera and gives you tips on how to look better on stage.

Pubspek

3. Budget Bytes

Price: $2.99

Download

A cooking app, focused on recipes on a budget. You can filter results by price range and adjust serving sizes, get how-to videos, and keep a list of your favorites. Yes, the irony of a cookbook app aimed at the budget-conscious that actually costs $3 has not escaped us, but hey – it’s a solid app!

Budget Bytes

4. Noctacam

Price: $0.99

Download

The LED flash on the iPhone may be super-special and dual-tone and whatnot, but it still doesn’t do exactly a perfect job in every scenario. Sometimes you get burnt-out objects, sometimes it’s still a bit too dark. Noctacam gives you wider control over the LED flash, so you can get a better night shot.

Noctacam

5. Intro Maker

Price: $0.99

Download

A small app that lets you quickly create a cool intro or stinger out of a few different templates. Cool for vlog episodes or random social media videos.

Intro Maker

6. 7 Days of Mindfulness

Price: $2.99

Download

Want to get into that whole “mindfulness” and “meditation” deal? This app includes a guided program for your first 7 days in the realm of mind presence.

7 Days of Mindfulness

7. NotePlan

Price: $14.99

Download

A 15-dollar to-do list app? Yup — NotePlan is a mix of calendar, notes, and to-do and is a very, very solid app. With easy task movement, a very elaborate calendar, reminders, markdown, and a “sticky notes” page. It’s cool, but it it worth the asking price?

NotePlan

8. Groovebox

Price: free

Download

An awesome musician app that holds beats and synth in one place. With a few taps, you can build a groove that’ll make even Bieber jealous! We kid, he has an iPhone too, he’s probably downloading this app as we speak.

Groovebox

9. Ripplemaker

Price: $8.99

Download

An advanced modular synth, with options to get lost in. You’ve got your oscillator, slope generator, mathematical modulators, and tons of patch cable connections to fiddle around with.

Ripplemaker

Best new Android and iPhone apps (mid June, 2017)

New for Android

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Shabaam

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Price: free

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This app lets you pick a funny GIF from a library, then add voice narration on top of it, and send it off.

Shabaam
N Launcher

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Price: free

Download

A Nougat-inspired launcher, which supports app icon packs and its own themes.

N Launcher
Pixel Icon Pack

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Price: $1.49

Download

We wouldn’t say these icons look very Pixel-like, but that doesn’t make them bad. On the contrary, they are fresh as Kanye.

Pixel Icon Pack
Volume Control for Assistant

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Price: $1.49

Download

This utility app for Android will let you set your Google Assistant’s voice volume separately from the phone’s system volume. So, if you want the Assistant to shut up permanently, or if you want to have your phone muted, but the Assistant to speak — you can use that.

Volume Control for Assistant
UltraWeather

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Price: free

Download

A pretty-looking, flat and simplistic, yet informative weather app — you’ve got an hourly and 10-day forecast, real feel, precipitation chance, and the times of sunrise and sunset.

UltraWeather
Ace File Manager

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Price: free

Download

An advanced File Manager with all the bells and whistles, junk file detection and cleanup included.

Ace File Manager
CineTrak

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Price: free

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A cool app to help you discover and track the movies you want to watch. Read reviews, check ratings, and even read staff picks from the app publisher!

CineTrak

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New apps for Android

Price: free

Download

This app lets you pick a funny GIF from a library, then add voice narration on top of it, and send it off.

New apps for Android

1. Shabaam

Price: free

Download

This app lets you pick a funny GIF from a library, then add voice narration on top of it, and send it off.

Shabaam

2. N Launcher

Price: free

Download

A Nougat-inspired launcher, which supports app icon packs and its own themes.

N Launcher

3. Pixel Icon Pack

Price: $1.49

Download

We wouldn’t say these icons look very Pixel-like, but that doesn’t make them bad. On the contrary, they are fresh as Kanye.

Pixel Icon Pack

4. Volume Control for Assistant

Price: $1.49

Download

This utility app for Android will let you set your Google Assistant’s voice volume separately from the phone’s system volume. So, if you want the Assistant to shut up permanently, or if you want to have your phone muted, but the Assistant to speak — you can use that.

Volume Control for Assistant

5. UltraWeather

Price: free

Download

A pretty-looking, flat and simplistic, yet informative weather app — you’ve got an hourly and 10-day forecast, real feel, precipitation chance, and the times of sunrise and sunset.

6. Ace File Manager

Price: free

Download

An advanced File Manager with all the bells and whistles, junk file detection and cleanup included.

Ace File Manager

7. CineTrak

Price: free

Download

A cool app to help you discover and track the movies you want to watch. Read reviews, check ratings, and even read staff picks from the app publisher!

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