Seene is an app that aims to let users share unique 3D photos, videos, or GIF images by combining image, depth, and movement. It claims to work in under a second so creating shareable 3D photos should be fast and easy. You can also tweak things with your own little creative flare by tapping to refocus and blur your photos, and adding creative filters. It even works with Google Cardboard so users can view the 3D photos in VR.
BLINQ is an app that seeks to give you more information about the people you communicate with by pulling current information and updates from various networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and others and allowing you access to it via an in-app pop up right from the messaging app you use. When you have BLINQ turned on, it’ll appear as a chat heads style white dot in you messaging threads where you can tap it to display a popup panel with all the current info you could ever need. It’s almost like Googling someone without having to actually do the work.
Sharing links between your phone and your computer browser can be done a number of different ways, but CaastMe aims to be quicker about it than any other app or process you might use to do so. If you find a link you want to share with your desktop browser, simply hit the share button from your browser menu, select CaastMe, and the QR scanning function will open up allowing you to scan the QR code that has popped up on your computer screen. Once you scan the QR code, the link immediately opens up on your desktop. Simple and quick.
Doorman aims to make having packages shipped to you a little less painless if you happen to always be away from home when packages normally show up at your front door. You can set up a Doorman account and set your Doorman shipping address, and when you shop for stuff online, have the items sent to your Doorman address and from there it’s as easy as scheduling a package delivery. Doorman notifies you when packages arrive at their shipping depot and you can schedule your packages to be delivered on demand all the way up till midnight.
theScore has been a longstanding app for sports scores and information about your favorite sports teams, and now they’ve expanded that popularity into the world of eSports for anyone who is a fanatic for eSports competitions like League of Legends, Dota 2, Starcraft 2, Counter Strike GO, Hearthstone and other popular competitive eSports games. For League of Legends it covers the NA LCS, EU LCS, LCK and LPL regions, and you get real-time coverage of the other games. It also delivers push alerts on the biggest games so you don’t miss a beat.
Peak – Brain Training
Peak is all about helping you train your memory. It’s designed to help you reach your optimum brain skill level with a combination of 15 games and personalized workouts and challenges for your brain, and it even gives you in-depth performance reviews with Brain Maps so you can see how you’re doing and adjust to improve even further.
Keeping things organized can seemingly be a whole lot easier with FileThis. It helps you manage , track, and organize bills, invoices, statements, and other files, and you can forward things to Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote and other cloud services so you can easily back them up. You can easily find files and share them in an instant, and it features bank level security with a 256-bit encryption so you can feel secure.
Sling Television lets you stream and watch live TV through your internet connected device without having to subscribe to cable TV. Keep up on the latest sitcoms and stream content from ESPN, TNT, The Food network, and many other networks. It is currently a U.S. only app and streaming requires a monthly sub fee starting at just $20. You can even fast forward, rewind and pause most channels anytime you need.
With so many different cloud storage options out there, if you have photos uploaded to multiple places digging through to find what you need can possibly be a little time consuming especially if you’ve forgotten which photos are where. Cloudex aims to help consolidate your photos and videos stored in the cloud and feed them to you in one spot. It connects to Facebook, Flickr, Google Drive and Dropbox accounts and lays them all out inside of Cloudex as thumbnails so you can sift through and find what you need from all of those locations from one app. You need an HTC device to use this app.
Shyp is almost like Doorman, except instead of letting schedule packages for on demand delivery, it lets you schedule on demand pickups for packages to be shipped out. If you don’t have the time to box up and seal your package and then drive it down to the shipping service to send it off, Shyp will let you schedule a pickup, and they’ll box it for you professionally, compare the best prices from UPS, USPS, FedEx and DHL, and then ship your packages through the preferred service of your choice. They even insure items up to $1,000(but will do more upon request)and they’re open 7 days a week from 8 am to 8 pm.