Over the years of trying to keep the notes in one place for easy access, first there were note pads, then diaries and with the age of computers numerous note taking apps.
With so many options, I've been back and forth to the 'Notes' app by Apple, BUT, now I think it's about to change. I have just come across the app, that makes it much simpler – Agenda.
As the makers, Alexander Griekspoor, Drew McCormack, Marcello Luppi and Charles Parnot, created this date-fully organized app. They have filled the gap between notes and calendar. It's so easy, to create notes project by project, meeting by meeting, class by class, and whatever by whatever, all that with dates right there.
By winning the Apple Design Award, they have proved once again, that your gut feelings for what you believe in, can make a big impact or in this case you can create something useful not just for yourself, for others as well. Go and give this app Agenda a few taps and start making your note-taking life easier.
Some of you out-there love to share videos and some of you love to make them. I am not much of a video editing person but know how it's done. Video Editing is a time-consuming process that needs lot of patience along with creative ideas. There are professional that do video editing jobs to get you going but that's only if you've a good business to run. For those who are making things for themselves, can get-by with much cheaper and free apps floating around the app stores. Developers around the world are making so many of them that it's hard to find the right one or two.
Now, here I am sharing a list to make it easier for you to try the best of them.
Montage - Join Videos, Edit & Combine Clips into One Single Video
Try these apps and pick the best one that fits your style. Enjoy!
I am not a musician myself, but being a Music lover and having known a few talents in Music Industry, I can safely say these apps are must! More-over because I try different apps for their UI/UX designs to check how well they can be used, I recommend this set of apps for you to get going, if you're a music lover or someone who is serious about making a life with music.
Make your own Beats!
I came across this lovely app for playing with different types of beats Called Beat Maker Go. With this one you can create beats from scratch and become an EDM Star. There are 32 different pads +90 sound packs. It is an ultimate drum and pad controller or a drum machine you can say. Even if you are in a group of friends enjoying Antakshri, this could be an extremely useful app. Not to stop there AuxyStudio app and Medly app is also great with similar features. Try both and see which one fits you best!
Know your Music!
I am sure most of you know about this app already, Shazam! Extremely popular for knowing your songs. Exactly how they are advertising it, calling it feels like magic. And surely it does when you tap a button gnawing instantly you get to know the song and lyrics! This is good for knowing your music.
Listen to your Music
Like the Shazam app even Spotify is one of the popular ones, but what makes it in this list is for its ease of use and free-dom! Being able to listen to music for free, there are many apps Spotify makes it better with playlists and collections that you can share.
And if you are an Artist already, get Spotify for Artist to manage your music and connect with your fans. You can also try Pandora and Youtube music Apps for discovering music around the world.
Ryse-Up with your Music!
Ryse Up is a NEW app on the block! Which is redefining how the talent is found online for great opportunities. Get into it so you can be one of the emerging talents around the world. Although this app is only released in USA for now, you can try it by downloading it from US App Store! Many established artists are using this app to find unknown producers, singers, rappers, and songwriters to partner with.
Share your Music!
Now they last one which is one of the most important one! SoundCloud! Get this app for sharing the music you make. Other talented artists can listen. or download your music and leave reviews / comments.
Apps like Soundcloud pulse get to going on the go and Musi let's you stream music from youtube and share with your friends.
I am sure there are many apps there yet to be explored but till the time I try them and put a word out, give these apps a go. Or let me know if you know any apps better than the ones listed above. Always looking out for goos stuff! Stay Creative and Keep Enjoying!
May be you're into comics or you've dreamt of creating your own world of fantasy, full of super heroes/heroines and kickass powers. For that dream, here are a few apps that can get you started with ease.
Some of you don't have an artistic streak, but with ToonCamera you're in luck. You can turn the images into a cartoon strip, just with a few taps. No adroitness with a pencil or pen is required. Simply open the app n point your camera to capture something and immediately it will look like a drawing. Snap a pic (or use existing ones from your phone) and adding to that you can choose from various artistic styles to make your images to look as they would fit in any graphic novel. Just like that you are good to go with your comic strip.
Most of you have practiced your Kamehameha stance (from DragonBall-Z) that it's may be set in your muscle memory, but regardless of getting every movement right (along with the shout), you still haven't been able to gather an energy ball of ki in your palms - until now. With Anime Power FX not just that, you can also choose from a range of superpowers, from projecting nuclear energy blasts effects to summoning a 'comic sphere of power for wiping out an entire area'. You'll be able to make everyone before you tremble with fear - or at least, you'll have a lot of fun taking hilarious videos of yourself striking Dragon Ball-style poses and overlaying the effects. Or perhaps get have fun with your kids when they participate in comi-con fest. Get them their cool costumes and get creative with it.
Now if you love to drawing, and have art or notebooks filled with ideas for stories. Jump Paint is the app you can try. It contains a complex digital drawing tool with most of the effects that you may need to create your very own manga comic strip. You may learn from their in-app tutorials and with tips from manga greats, such a the creator of Ginatama, Hideaki Sorachi. There are many - you can be one of them using this app on the go. Specially when you are traveling light this app on your phone can keep you busy.
Hope you enjoy these apps as I did. Even-though, I cherish my legacy tools like photoshop and illustrator for most of my works, these may be recommended for quick on the go reference works. For more quality I would suggest editing on professional tools. Do share what you make of these, on my facebook page and get a chance to win Amazon Gift Voucher. :)
Have Fun and Stay Creative
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