This video player supports almost all the primary video and audio file formats. It packs a lot of features including editing of subtitle timeframes, fast forwarding and volume control gestures, gestures for zooming in and out of a video, on-screen kid lock and many more.
Copy Me That
A quality homemade meal is one of life’s greatest comforts, so whip up a tasty dish using Copy Me That. This multipurpose tool lets you copy, organise and manage recipes that you find online or input yourself. Customise your recipe collection with photos of your choosing, and organise them in whatever categories you want. The app is great for cutting through long-winded websites to get concise recipes, and it even provides a meal planner and shopping list to make cooking a cinch.
You might know Fitbit from its popular fitness trackers, but the app that powers those devices works well on its own, too. Using just your smartphone, this fitness app can count steps and log activities to help you achieve daily goals. There are also social features, so you can compete against your friends. It›s a must-have for Fitbit users, but also a smart choice for anyone looking to be more active.
If you want to record your own podcast, Anchor is likely one of the easiest ways to do it. This app lets you record by yourself or with friends and build out entire podcast episodes entirely from your phone. Anchor even implements some basic audio editing tools for perfecting each clip in the app. Recently, the service announced a monetisation programme for creators on the platform.