Each weekend, we round up a few of our favorite new and updated apps. This week’s list includes an app to help you remember the people you meet, a study aid to make reading easier and an app to send animated doodles to friends.
Check out the gallery below to see our top picks. If you’re looking for more, take a look at our last roundup of can’t-miss apps.
Adobe Spark Post
The launch of a new web version of the service. Adobe Spark Post makes it easy to create expertly designed social media posts that combine images and text. The app’s smart automated design tools make it easy to create and optimize your designs for whichever social media platform you plan to share them on,
Pro-tip: You can lose the app’s watermark by sharing the app with a friend.
Lip syncing video app Dubsmash recently got a big update that added new messaging features to the app. Connect the app to your contacts list to see who else you know that uses the app and start a group conversation where you can begin swapping videos and chats.
Pro-tip: The update also adds a new feature called “profile dubs,” which lets you show off your favorite dub in your profile section of the app
Snap a photo, add a doodle and watch Madhat turn it into a shareable animation. You can share your creations to you social networks or send them to friends who can “remix” them and make them their own.
Pro-tip: Add multiple layers to your animations and drag the layers around to reorder them.
Remember aims to help you keep track of all the people you meet throughout your day. Add a name to the app, along with contact details and other relevant info and the app remembers where and when you met. Later, you can go back and add followup reminders or look for more info about them.
Pro-tip: If you record meeting someone at a particular location, the app will remind you who you met the next time you go there.
Summize is a clever study aid that analyzes the text you’re reading and provides a detailed breakdown of keywords and other concepts to make studying a bit easier. Take a photo of whatever you’re reading, wait for the app to scan and the app provides summaries around a handful of topics like keyword analysis and concept analysis.
Pro-tip: If you subscribe to the premium version of the app you get access to more types of summaries and can save your text for later.