5 Exciting New Apps of June 2020
Nowadays there are apps for everything and more are released each month. It can be hard to keep up with app news and miss out on breakthrough apps. Hence, we bring you 5 best new Android apps of the month.
5 Exciting New Apps of June 2020
Staying at home could lead to increased smartphone use. Acture is designed to curb smartphone use. Other digital wellbeing apps serve the same purpose. So, what’s different about Acture? It lets you set curfew hours for your phone. If you use your phone during these hours then the app asks for reasons behind it. It then compiles all your reasons to tell you what causes increased use. So, it is digital self-policing in a nutshell. Acture is a simple, elegant and efficient app.
Adobe Photoshop Camera
Wine and cheese. Mustard and mayo. Adobe and photos. Some matches made in heaven. But, what if it could get even better? Forget all the creative Adobe apps, Adobe just launched a Camera app. Adobe Photoshop Camera app is an AI-powered intelligent camera app. You can test various exciting filters and effects before even clicking a photo. Now, that is game-changing! There are specific filters for selfies, food and scenery shots. The auto-tone and portrait control are quick-fix tools that fuse life to your photos. Adobe Photoshop Camera is two apps in one. Most of the effects and filters are free. Some can be bought via in-app purchases.
Cryptocurrency wallets can be complicated especially with the keys/passcodes/passwords. That is why the world needs an easy-to-use and secure wallet like Argent. Argent is an Ethereum wallet with next-gen security features. It employs the non-custodial model where it gives you possession of your keys. This safeguards your crypto assets from hackers. It also provides an easier way to recover your lost wallet keys. It also taps into DeFi projects to let you lend and borrow money, earn interest on crypto assets and trade assets with others. Argent is a crypto wallet worth checking out before it becomes big.
Microsoft Family Safety
The pandemic has led to increased screen time for kids. They have no choice. Classes, connecting with friends and games have all moved online. But, the internet can be a cruel place for the young. That is why you must download the Microsoft Family Safety app to safeguard your kids against the unsavoury elements of the web. You can set web and search filters on Microsoft Edge browser for a safe browsing experience. Xbox and Windows PCs use can also be limited using the app. The app also provides a daily summary of your kids’ phone, Xbox and Microsoft PC use. The app also notifies you if your kid tries to download inappropriate apps or games. It is easy to use and one of the best new apps of June 2020.
There are a few apps built around the Netflix concept. They give you access to unlimited games for a monthly fee. GameClub is a new entrant to that club. For $4.99 per month, you get unlimited access to some Android games. You enjoy seamless access to games without annoying ads or in-app purchases. It’s new so the game library is okayish but it could get some exciting titles soon. It does have some classics worth checking out. And, the best part is that the games can be played offline. Utilise the 30-day free trial before making up your mind.
Jim has a bachelor in Philosophy of Science from the University of Leeds. When he is not writing tech articles he enjoys photography 📷 and traveling 🚂.