AirBuddy, Pen2Bow, Outlook and other amazing apps of the week
This week we use AirBuddy to carry iOS-like AirPod integrations to the Mac, we play the amazing Synth One on our iPhones, and use the Apple Pencil to play track. And that’s simply the starting of this week’s amazing app roundup.
If you’ve got AirPods, and a Mac, then you wish to have AirBuddy. Once arrange, it runs invisibly, and makes the use of AirPods together with your Mac as simple as the use of them together with your iPhone or iPad. Open the case and see the battery standing, for instance, and hook up with the AirPods with a mouse click on. You too can view the AirPods’ battery standing in he Mac’s Notification Center.
Price: Name your worth
Download: AirBuddy from the App Store (iOS)
GoodReader five provides split-screen view to this long-lived iOS PDF reader, in addition to report encryption to give protection to your PDFs if you happen to don’t trouble to passcode your iPad. GoodReader additionally opens a wide variety of other audio, video, and symbol recordsdata, no longer simply PDFs.
Download: GoodReader from the App Store (iOS)
Outlook, Microsoft’s mixed electronic mail and calendar app, has now rolled out its fancy redesign to all customers. It now offers delicate colour cues whilst you swipe round for your inbox, and gives “recognizable” avatars. It’s nice that Microsoft is making an investment effort into making issues glance and paintings higher on iOS. Shame it may well’t do the identical for Skype.
Also: nonetheless no fortify for IMAP accounts.
Download: Microsoft Outlook from the App Store (iOS)
Pen2Bow is a track app that allows you to use the Apple Pencil to play track. You can bow a violin, for instance, or keep an eye on a synthesizer. And now it’s been transformed as an Audio Unit, this means that you’ll be able to use it inside of apps like GarageBand to keep an eye on tools proper there.
Download: Pen2Bow from the App Store (iOS)
AudioPackage Synth One Synthesizer
Synth One is one of the absolute best synthesizer apps on the iPad, and now it’s on the iPhone. Synth One is an open-source app, however don’t let that put you off. The design is implausible — it’s simple to make use of and seems to be nice. It additionally sounds nice, and now that it suits for your pocket, you’ll be able to use it any place
Download: AudioPackage Synth One Synthesizer from the App Store (iOS)
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