Applications are the reason why we love our smartphones so much; it’s like having tons of top smartphone apps at your beck and call. So why not recruit some new ones to get you through the week! Here’s our top smartphone apps for June 21st-27th!
BOSS Tuner (Android and iOS)
Guitar tuners are plentiful on the iOS and Play Stores, but there’s few that have visual appeal like the BOSS Tuner. Using the company’s world-renowned chromatic tuning technology, it’s essentially a software emulation of the popular TU-3 pedal tuner. Using the built-in microphone of your Android or iOS device, you’ll be able to tune anything from guitar to cello, without the need to carry around a hefty guitar pedal.
Walli (Android only)
Walli is a background application ran by a diverse community of top artists. Wallpapers can be chosen for your specific device and allows community members reward and recognition for their pieces. This element makes the application a great monetisation tool for any budding graphic designers out there who are looking to make a bit of spare cash, while also giving a great community vibe in the process.
Prisma (Android and iOS)
Photo editing applications usually focus on the same format, an collection of editing tools and not much else. Prisma is something else entirely, allowing you to turn pictures into works of art popularised by some of the worlds most famous artists. Fancy turning that group shot into a Picasso painting? It’s easily possible with Prisma, which uses a combination of advanced neural networks and virtual reality.
Yubl (Android and iOS)
Yubl is a messenger application with a twist, as it tries to bring together rich social elements that you typically wouldn’t find in something like say, WhatsApp. A message bubble can be used much like a canvas, with the ability to pin several stickers and interactive buttons inside. This gives the ability to create truly personalised chats that are much more than just conventional text.
Safeture (Android and iOS)
Global Warning Systems have long being a staple of businesses and government departments, warning employees of potential threats when travelling or in a foreign country. With Safeture, this technology has now come to the general public, with a handy application that gives features such as family location and emergency alerts for terrorist attacks or natural disasters. You and your family will be able to check-in on the app, letting everyone know you’re safe and sound.
That’s our top smartphone apps for June 21st-27th! Got any suggestions? Let us know in the comments below. For more on apps, visit What Mobile’s dedicated apps page.