February, the last month of winter, is over. Ahead are spring, new experiences and new hopes. You can find out what mobile applications were the most popular this month in our selection. So, the top 5 best mobile applications of February!
Universal email client Airmail appeared in the App Store on February 1. It supports 3D Touch, fast document previewing, high-quality PDF creation, and integration with more than 25 third-party services. The settings section contains a huge number of options, which allows to make using the application as convenient as possible for each individual user.
2. Music Memos
Music Memos provides musicians and songwriters with a convenient and easy tool for recording audio and developing musical ideas. The main tool is the microphone - record acoustic guitar, piano, voice, or playing any musical instrument into a high quality uncompressed audio file. Tags and even ratings are included for easy arrangement of excerpts. In addition, you can add basic notation and display performed chords.
3. Khan Academy
Khan Academy - a free tool for students, teachers, and absolutely all knowledge-hungry people. Using the app, you can view more than 4,300 video lessons on a variety of topics - math, history, health and medicine, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, economics, cosmology, organic chemistry, basic American citizenship, art history, macro and microeconomics, and computer science. The lessons are accurate, easy to understand, and very varied, making Khan Academy a good resource for all ages.
Inquire by Tamper (Curiosity) - one of the best apps for travelers. It's the easiest way to learn more about the world around you. Using your location Inquire by Tamper will show you the most interesting places nearby and provide actual articles from a reliable source of knowledge - the extensive Wikipedia. The perfect app for those who want to know more - explore the world around you and learn something new.
And, of course, we couldn't miss what is probably the most popular app today. MSQRD. MSQRD analogues simply do not exist yet - everything that was even slightly similar remains far behind. The application is able to change the user's appearance in real time in photos and videos, and literally explodes the tops of the App Store around the world! You do not need to look for analog MSQRD for Android either, just wait a little - Belarusian developers promise to release the Android version of the MSQRD application soon. Be patient! At the moment MSQRD is the best among all available versions of applications with similar functionality.