Each week, the App Store highlights some of the best new and updated apps. This week, take a look at Forsee, Bulb Boy, and apps to keep your brain sharp.
We start our look at new apps this week with Foresee, which helps you build your schedule based on the ideal times for each activity. Explore a full 3D model of the human body, and learn about its different parts, with Human Anatomy Atlas 2017. Zen is a new guided meditation app that hopes to help you reduce your stress. Finally, check out Kiwake, a new take on the alarm clock.
Foresee – $3.99 – Download NowHuman Anatomy Atlas 2017 – $24.99 – Download NowZen – Free – Download NowKiwake – $1.99 – Download Now
Our look at games this week starts with Bulb Boy, a horror-tinged puzzle title about a boy with a glowing head. Fight off monsters and save the world in Slash Mobs. Soundtrack Attack is a new rhythm runner set in the world of Steven Universe. You should also take a look at Dead Shell, a sci-fi-themed, dungeon-crawling RPG.
Bulb Boy – $2.99 – Download NowSlash Mobs – Free – Download NowSoundtrack Attack – Free – Download NowDead Shell – $2.99 – Download Now
This week, the App Store is highlighting apps and games meant to help keep your brain sharp. Apps like Elevate and Peak offer brain training exercises. Games like Human Resource Machine and Twelve a Dozen challenge your problem solving skills. And apps like Duolingo make sure you stay on top of your language lessons.
Elevate – Free – Download NowPeak – Free – Download NowHuman Resource Machine – $4.99 – Download NowTwelve a Dozen- $3.99 – Download NowDuolingo – Free – Download Now
Check back next week for more new apps and games from the App Store, and be sure to check out this week’s Free App of the Week.