Apps Review - September 2020

by BTM

Thu, 03 September 2020

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BTM brings you the low-down on the latest and greatest apps on the market.

Workouts++ features three different sections that you can switch between on-the-fly: Configure, Workouts and Stats. Changing the view that you’re in is easy and intuitive, and the app features a nice use of bright colours so that users can easily tell each type of workout apart from each other, as well as see stats clearly. Because the design is purposely minimal, the app is fast and responsive.

Remembering a unique password for every app and service you use is a nearly impossible task. 1Password›s mobile app syncs with the desktop app to help keep your accounts safe by creating and storing a different secure password for all the services you use. All you have to remember is one password.

In essence, Namoo is a beautifully-designed app that helps young students explore the basics of plant physiology through magnificent interactive graphics and descriptive text. The detail is fantastic, the illustrations are lush and the interactivity will mean kids won’t be bored by walls of text and diagrams. In each corner of the screen is an illustration of a different part of a plant: flower, leaf, root, and trunk; and this acts as a visual menu for navigating to the meat of the app.

The navigation app lets users connect with fellow motorists in the area and get real-time updates on traffic and road conditions. For instance, if a user reports jam at a certain intersection or road due to some reason, other users also get a notification about this. While Google Maps suggests the route with shortest travel time, Waze is a bit more specific and interactive.