Top 5 Apps of the Week: Get These iOS and Android Apps

What’s exciting this week for iOS and Android in the Google Play Store and Apple AppStore? Let’s explain together in this article, in which we have selected five applications for you.

Every week I try to catch mobile apps and games from the internet for you on the weekends. And as you know, these apps should not contain any data trap or force you into crazy micro-transactions. From mobile games to Android/iOS apps for everyday use, here are five tips from this week. And if you like, you can also look at the five apps from the previous week again.

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AirNotes (Android)

With this app, you can transfer photos from your Android smartphone to your Windows PC or Mac. Once you have the app installed on your smartphone and PC, you can take pictures with your phone or choose from your gallery, which will then be transferred in real time to your PC in a folder of your choice.

AirNotes also offers a one-handed mode to make the interface more comfortable, as well as an extension for Word that allows you to insert an image directly into an existing Word document. The connection is very fast and fairly stable. The app contains no ads, no in-app purchases, and does not require an account.

  • Price: Free / Ad: No / In-app purchases: No / Account: Not required / German: No

You can connect the computer manually via WLAN or with the QR code / © NextPit

Physics! Fun – Sandbox Game (Android)

This is a game I would call it more of a wellness app because it has the same effects as an anti-stress ball. Basically, it is a simulator that allows you to create shapes and other geometric elements that have physics. In other words, they are interactive and interact according to the laws of physics.

So you can place cubes, circles, triangles, but also particles and even jumping cranes or a dummy. Once your items are created in the play area, you can trigger events like explosions or attractions and make all the items rotate in all directions.

It’s like stepping on a balloon and blowing up the TV with a baseball bat. You can unleash the violence of explosions and drops. On the other hand, you also have the recurring aspect associated with the insufficiency of the elements, which always ends with “falling to the ground”.

I know I confused you with my explanations. I am writing this article on Friday night and my mind is already reeling. Alternatively, watch the game’s trailer below and you’ll quickly understand the principle.

  • Price: Free / Ad: Yes / In-app purchases: Yes / Account: Not required / German: No

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Recreate the wonderful wildlife with prehistoric creatures!

Turn on Save Videos, Watch Later (iOS)

This is a bookmarking app for your YouTube videos or other clips. Just copy the URL to add a video to your watch list. You can also add videos by drag and drop and sync your saved videos across all your Apple devices via iCloud.

The app also offers a widget for your home screen, as well as a Safari extension that lets you quickly add videos from your browser. Play Save Videos Later is ad-free and contains no in-app purchases. However, it costs a one-time fee of 1.99 euros.

  • Price: €1.99 / Ad: No / In-app purchases: No / Calculation: Not required / German: No
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It would be better to add a video directly to the queue without having to copy the URL. / © NextPit

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Pushcuts is an app that you can use to improve your automation. Do you work a lot with HomeKit and create a lot of routines in your smart home? Then, you can use the shortcuts to create custom shortcuts with different mechanisms to launch these shortcuts and triggers as well as notifications.

The idea behind this is for you private Remember routines and get them Certain positions or after Certain trigger action. Personally, I didn’t go deep enough into the Apple ecosystem to understand everything. And while I’m fond of implementing productivity, automation is a guilty pleasure that I haven’t really risked yet.

The app is ad-free, but you have to pay €2.99 per month or €24.49 per year to get the full version.

  • Price: Free / Ad: No / In-app purchases: Yes (€2.99 per month or €24.49 per year) / Account: Required / German language: Yes
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With Pushcuts, you’ll never forget to automate your tasks again / © NextPit

Zoo 2: Zoo – your animals, your success, your zoo game
Play for free in browser and mobile

None Launcher

As a regular reader of NextPit, you know that nothing, start-up Carl Pei, will soon launch his first smartphone. Nothing Phone (1) hasn’t been launched yet, but you can really get a taste of the user interface with this Nothing Launcher.

This is actually the official manufacturer’s launcher. But it is of course very limited because it is – at least for the time being – a purely marketing tool. One can spot the slightly creepy wallpaper, which is reminiscent of hand pressing on frosted glass. There are also three clock and weather widgets, as well as app icons that can be zoomed in.

  • Price: Free / Ad: No / In-app purchases: No / Account: Not required / German: No
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Launcher Nothing is nothing special… / © NextPit

What do you think of our picks for this week? Have you already tried some of the recommendations? What will be your recommendations for this week?

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