The Daily App features one great app, every day.
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A fantastic app for stargazers and astronomy enthusiasts.
A fast and simple voice recorder app that syncs recordings between practically all your Apple devices. Dick Tracy would love it.
An iPhone app that applies Tai Chi principles to relax your mind and reduce mental stress levels using nothing but your finger and slow, steady movements on the screen.
An app that helps you put down your iPhone and focus on more important matters.
The Martian: Bring Him Home lets users play the role of a NASA Communications Specialist and Mark Watney’s single contact with Earth after he finds himself stranded on Mars.
Thumbtack is a must have app for Pinboard users on the Mac.
A new app from David Smith that uses Apple Watch’s motion-tracking capabilities to monitor how well you’re sleeping at night.
Audiobook Builder is one of the apps that I use about six times a year, but it’s easily worth the $4.99 purchase price. It allows you to combine audio file, create chapter stops, and then end up with a .m4b audiobook file. This is especially helpful if you have a collection of lectures or seminars that you want to listen to. With an easy drag and drop interface, you can take dozens of audio files and send them to iTunes as a single file.
Over at The Sweet Setup, App in the Air was chosen as the best flight tracking app.
If you ever find yourself in a situation where your Mac has malware, be sure to run this app to clean it up automatically.
Needing to check other time zones is either a problem you have or don’t. If you don’t communicate regularly with people in other time zones, you’ll have no need for this app. If you do, this app is near perfect.