Welcome again to the weekend all people, it’s time for an additional Apps of the Week roundup. This week now we have some nice picks for you, together with an easy-to-use psychological well being tracker, a stupendous Markdown note-keeper, and an AI music studio. And as at all times, we’ve chosen a enjoyable new sport for you to check out!
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MoodUp – Breeze Mental Health
I feel there’s a psychological well being or wellness app out there for everybody, and if you happen to haven’t discovered yours but, check out MoodUp. It’s a enjoyable and easy-to-use app that helps you monitor and enhance your psychological well being. It may help you study what makes your temper change or swing, and how issues like sleep, meals, and actions can have an effect on it. It additionally encourages coping expertise to take care of dangerous moods and behaviors, and tracks patterns in your temper adjustments over time. Some options are hidden behind a paywall, however you do get 50% off proper now with the launch low cost.
Bear – Markdown Notes
I’m unsure if we’ve talked about Bear in our AOW roundup earlier than, however on condition that it simply obtained a large 2.0 replace, I assumed it was value pointing to. You simply don’t see many new, well-designed notes apps launching lately like we used to in yr’s previous. Anyway, if you happen to haven’t tried Bear earlier than it’s stunning. It’s positively a notes app you’ll need to use, and it has all of the options you want like Markdown assist, tons of search instruments, in-app sketching, cross-platform, and rather more. Some of this stuff is hidden behind a paywall, but it surely’s nonetheless useable sufficient to check out.
SongBot AI Music
Finally, an AI app for closet creatives like me! SongBot AI Music is precisely what it seems to be like — an AI-infused app that can show you how to create your personal music. It may help with every little thing from writing lyrics to doing vocals, including in music, and even creating music movies. The app is designed like an early 2000s alt rock web site, and it seems to be like plenty of the options are hidden behind a subscription plan, however I can’t let you know how excited I’m to make some AI music this weekend. I’m pondering one thing like Who Let the Dogs Out: Part II.
Lost in Play
Lost in Play is a journey via childhood creativeness with thoughtfully crafted puzzles and colourful characters. Play as a brother and sister duo on an journey to discover their method again residence. Between actuality and fantasy, the siblings discover the enchanted forest of a horned beast, begin a revolt in a goblin village, and assist a group of frogs free a sword from a stone. Yeah, inform me this doesn’t sound like an superior weekend sport. There are 30+ distinctive puzzles and mini-games, derpy chickens, and no dialogue. Inspired by nostalgic TV reveals.