It’s always nice to have some fresh new apps to check out, if apps are your thing, and although the list this week is a little more limited than before, these are still some decent mentions worth a look.
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Medium is not technically new since it was available as an android app prior to this week, but it during that time it was in beta and was not available for everyone. As of this week Medium happily the beta stage and is now available for anyone to download. Medium is an easy way for you to find and connect with the content you love, and you can share that content with others and get tailored setups of things you enjoy reading the most.
The official Curse app for android is definitely more of a target for gamers, but if you want an easy way to connect with and chat with your Curse friends while on the go the app is the best way to do so. It’s a cross-platform messaging system so even if you’re on your phone and your friends are on their PC or Mac, you can still chat with each other.
Luxe is a way for people to get Valet parking via an on-demand basis. Request to set up a valet to park your car for you at a designated location and then proceed to drive there. Once you arrive, you’ll be met with a valet to park your car for you. When you need the car again you can request it to be brought back. Definitely handy for those who live in supported areas.
Redub is all about video editing. You can take recorded videos from your device and mix it up to be just the way you like it, once you have everything in place you can add audio clips too. You can also select other videos and remix those into your own creations as well. The app provides users with a list of trending and latest videos, as well as a tab for videos created by the user so everything is organized.
Jumptuit is a pretty interesting little app for Android TV devices. It lets you access pictures, and all other types of media from within your various cloud services right on your smart TV. While it does work with numerous different cloud storage services, the app development team has a list of recommended ones which the app works best with, including Amazon Cloud Drive, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive etc.