This guest blog is provided by Julissa Swoyer, a Kansas-based mobile communications expert and iPhone/Android tester.
With software developers releasing new Smartphone apps every week, it can be hard to keep up with the latest updates, games and programs. However, there are a few in particular that you may want to give a try:
Disney’s Story app takes videos and photos that you currently have stored on your phone and creates a storyboard of an event using both location and time information from the photos themselves. Users can create and share stories through videos and an audiobook player by adding captions, themes, layouts and pages of texts to their stories.
Part of the infamous “With Friends” series, Zynga’s new iPhone app takes players onto the streets of Spain where they are chased by bulls. Along the way, you must dodge police cars, bales of hay, barrels and, naturally, bulls. Users interact by swiping the screen in the direction in which you wish to turn, making it simple to play on both phones and tablets.
Marvel Unlimited by Marvel provides an interactive way for Android users to delve into over seven decades of the company’s greatest and most well-known comics. Users enjoy the digital subscription program as the feature allows fans to indulge in the comics using the app both online and offline.
Angry Birds has taken the world by storm, and Rovio intends to capitalize on its popularity by releasing an Angry Birds Friends app for Android users. Similar to traditional Angry Birds games, the app allows users to challenge their friends on Facebook to a round of the game while syncing the app to the users’ Facebook accounts.
Silver Dolphin Books is always working to create the most entertaining, and educational apps on the market today. While they’ve already released the Little Critter app, there are more coming soon in the works as well. Available directly from their site, or from iTunes as well.
Once you have caught up with the latest apps, keep your eyes open; new apps are being created and released every week.
From games and software to business tools and audiobooks, you will not want to miss what is yet to come.