New apps are always fun to discover but it can be easy to miss them if you aren't actively looking to see what's popped up recently. If you enjoy checking out new apps that might be of use to you, we've rounded up some new apps that are worth looking into.
Neumob hails itself as an app accelerator, boasting the ability to speed up the performance of your apps while also having the ability to speed up your internet. Whether or not any of this actually works is up for debate, but the app does have potentially useful features. It's supposed to allow for the boosting of web browsing as well as encrypt stuff too. If this sounds like something you might use, give it a shot.
If you use your smartphone to shoot video and share it with friends and family, Upshot may be of use. It's a video editor app boasting features like quick and easy video edits, with the ability to add music and text to your edits and shoot straight from the app. It also has a collection of filters which can be added to your videos as well.
Polaar Photo Editor
If the name of the app didn't give this one away, it's a photo editor. It hosts a range of different features that aim to make your photo edits top notch, like a collection of different filters, the ability to created and save presets, add chromatic shift, as well as change the contrast and exposure.
Watch Faces For Smartwatch 3
This one is only useful for Smartwatch 3 owners. It's an official app from Sony that lets you customize the watch face of your Smartwatch 3 with different background styles, on screen widgets, and clock designs. At the moment it is a little more limited when it comes to face designs, but hopefully Sony will add more in later on.
Chromecast For Smartband Talk
This is another app from Sony but this time it's only for the Smartband Talk. If you own this device and you own a Chromecast, this app lets you control your Chromecast content from the display on the Smartband Talk. You can pause and resume playable content, and view the progress of the content that's streaming all from the display without having to touch your phone.
If you're a gamer, then YouTube Gaming is likely already on your radar. If it isn't, it's Google's competitor to Twitch that hosts broadcasts of live streaming video game content as well as recorded video game content all wrapped up in a nice little stylish material design interface that looks much like the regular YouTube app, but only with content about Games so you can find everything easily without the clutter of other stuff.