The 6 Best iPhone Apps to Supercharge Your MacBook or iMac

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One of the best accessories for your Mac is something you’ve probably never thought of: an iPhone or iPad. iOS offers tons of apps that can enhance your macOS experience. Here are six great apps that combine the power of your iPhone (or iPad) and Mac for a better experience during work and play. 1. Duet Display Using a dual-screen monitor setup can help you be more productive while working. But there’s no need to go out and make an expensive monitor purchase. With Duet Display, you can quickly and easily turn any iPhone or iPad into a second touchscreen…

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One of the best accessories for your Mac is something you’ve probably never thought of: an iPhone or iPad. iOS offers tons of apps that can enhance your macOS experience.

Here are six great apps that combine the power of your iPhone (or iPad) and Mac for a better experience during work and play.

1. Duet Display

Using a dual-screen monitor setup can help you be more productive while working. But there’s no need to go out and make an expensive monitor purchase. With Duet Display, you can quickly and easily turn any iPhone or iPad into a second touchscreen display for a Mac.

After downloading the companion app on your Mac, start the iOS app on your device and you’ll be ready to go. Unlike similar apps, you’ll need to connect your iPhone or iPad to the Mac with a Lightning cable. That will help provide the fastest and most stable connection possible.

You can interact with your Mac using gestures familiar to any iPhone user, including two-finger scrolling and pan/zoom. For even more control, you can add a Touch Bar-like interface to any iPad.

Duet offers two optional subscriptions to take advantage of. Artists should take a look at Duet Pro. Using an Apple Pencil and iPad Pro, the app offers pressure and tilt sensitivity, hover, and palm rejection for a true drawing tablet experience.

The other option, Duet Air, allows the use of the app without being attached to a Mac or even when you’re on a different wireless network.

Download: Duet Display for macOS (Free) | iOS ($10, subscription available)

2. Screens

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If you’re looking for a full-featured way to control and interact with your Mac from an iPhone or iPad, Screens should be on the top of your list.

The app allows you to securely to connect to a Mac anywhere in the world with an internet connection. Just download the free Mac app from the Screens site. Once connected, you can select from a touch or trackpad mode to remotely control your computer.

As another nice option, a shortcuts toolbar allows quick access to important keys. Thanks to support for multi-display setups, you can select one screen to work on or view everything at once.

You can even play tech support for friends and family. They can download a special app for their Mac, and you can connect to their computer using Screens on your iPhone or iPad to troubleshoot issues or even install software updates.

Optional in-app purchases can provide a dark mode for the app, plus a mobile trackpad mode. That will allow you to use an iPhone or iPad as a trackpad to control another iOS device using Screens.

Download: Screens for macOS (Free) | iOS ($20, in-app purchases available)

3. Chrome Remote Desktop

For a simple alternative to Screens, check out Chrome Remote Desktop. While it doesn’t offer as many features, the app is free and allows you to remotely connect to any Mac.

As you could probably tell by the name, you have to install Google Chrome on your Mac for the app to work. After installing a Chrome extension, you’ll be ready to go. Each computer you set up needs a PIN to connect. On your iOS device, you can sign into the remote computer using that PIN.

For quick and easy to access a Mac, this app is hard to beat. But if you need to interact with a Mac for longer remote sessions, or want to use a keyboard, definitely consider making the upgrade to Screens.

Download: Chrome Remote Desktop for Chrome | iOS (Free)

4. Keynote

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Using Keynote on your iPhone or iPad is a great way to build presentations. But the iOS app also has another notable feature for Mac users. Instead of needing an external remote to control slides, you can just use your iPhone or iPad.

You need to do a little work beforehand to get everything working. Start up the iOS app first. Then open up the Mac version and go to Preferences > Remotes to enable the feature and link with your iOS device.

This remote function offers a number of features. It’s easy to pull up presenter’s notes and see a combination of the current or next slide. You can even annotate the presentation using a number of colored pens. To complete the package, there’s even a virtual laser pointer to highlight important information.

If you want to up your presentation creation skills, follow our great tips and tricks for making the most of Keynote on Mac.

Download: Keynote for macOS | iOS (Free)

5. BTT Remote Control

BTT Remote Control allows you to control a Mac and its apps from your iPhone or iPad, as long as both use the same Wi-Fi network. Make sure to have BetterTouchTool installed and running on your Mac first.

One of the best features of the tool is the ability to trigger a keyboard shortcut or a predefined action on the Mac. For example, one touch on the app allows you to capture a screenshot or video of what’s happening on the Mac’s screen and start the editing process.

It’s also possible to assign an icon to each customized action for easy access on your iPhone or iPad. A built-in trackpad in the app (which also supports multi-touch gestures) allows you to easily interact with a Mac.

The integrated file browser and launcher make it simple to browse and select files. An in-app purchase unlocks all the features of the iOS app, while the Mac app offers a 45-day free trial before needing to buy a license.

Download: BetterTouchTool for macOS (Free trial, subscription required)
Download: BTT Remote Control for iOS (Free, premium version available)

6. iTunes Remote

The iTunes Remote app is useful for more than just controlling an Apple TV when you’ve lost your Siri Remote under the couch cushions. As long as iTunes is open on your Mac, and Home Sharing is active, you can use the app to interact with your library of music and even control the volume.

You can view music by artist and album and even search for a specific track. It’s also easy to edit and create new playlists from your iPhone or iPad. Apple Music subscribers can also access songs they’ve stored locally.

Beyond music, the More tab allows you access to other iTunes content like movies, TV shows, music videos, and podcasts.

Download: iTunes Remote for iOS (Free)

Working Better Together

With these apps, you can harness the power of your iPhone or iPad to work even better with your Mac in a wide variety of tasks.

And you don’t even need to download apps for your Apple devices to work in harmony. Make sure to take a look at handy ways to use your Mac and iPhone together.

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The 5 Best Apps for a Temporary Burner Phone Number

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We’ve all seen criminal types using burner phones on shows like The Wire and Breaking Bad. And most of us have secretly wanted to throw a phone away or break it in half at the end of a conversation. Unless you have reason to believe the NSA or FBI is interested in you, it’s probably not something you need. However, there are all sorts of non-criminal reasons to have a second phone number. While you may want to get a physical burner phone for emergencies, you could also just get a burner app on your existing phone. Why Use a…

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We’ve all seen criminal types using burner phones on shows like The Wire and Breaking Bad. And most of us have secretly wanted to throw a phone away or break it in half at the end of a conversation.

Unless you have reason to believe the NSA or FBI is interested in you, it’s probably not something you need. However, there are all sorts of non-criminal reasons to have a second phone number. While you may want to get a physical burner phone for emergencies, you could also just get a burner app on your existing phone.

Why Use a Burner App?

In case you’re not sure why you’d want a burner phone app:

  • Online dating is more popular than ever, but it does carry certain risks, particularly for women. Using a temporary number provides a valuable extra layer of privacy.
  • When buying or selling something on Craigslist, or placing an ad anywhere, a disposable number means you don’t have to deal with calls once your business is done.
  • If you’re job hunting, you may be expecting a lot of calls from unknown numbers. It’s good to know that these are related to your job search before you answer.
  • Perhaps you’re moving to a different area, or even a different country. In such cases, you might want to pick up a local number before you move.
  • If your job requires you to be on call or you run your own business, you’ll want a dedicated number that you know to answer professionally and can ignore when you’re off the clock, without having to carry two phones.
  • If someone is monitoring your calls and texts (like an abusive parent or partner), you can reach out for help using a number they don’t have access to.

Whatever the reason you need a second number, there are plenty of burner apps that can help. Here are some of the best burner phone apps.

1. Burner

Burner certainly has the best name, and it’s one of the best and most straightforward fake number apps available—as long as you live in the US or Canada.

It provides a real phone number (not a VoIP number like Google Voice) with a local area code that you can use for calls, text messages, and voicemail. The app gives you control over who can call you, and when you’re done with a number, you can just burn it at the press of a button.

You can connect Burner to apps like Dropbox, Evernote, Slack, and SoundCloud to share or store items. In addition, this app might appeal to online daters thanks to its GhostBot feature. This can can give automatic non-committal replies to certain contacts.

Burner gives you a seven-day trial with 20 minutes of talk time and 40 text messages. After that, you can pay for what you need or sign up for a premium subscription that gives you a permanent number with unlimited usage.

Download: Burner for Android | iOS (Free trial, subscription required)

2. Hushed

Hushed is much like Burner, but it has numbers for 40 countries and works from many more.

Unlike Burner, it uses VoIP. Thus it won’t eat into your minutes, but it will use your data allowance if you’re not on a Wi-Fi connection. If needed, you can set it up to route calls through your own carrier.

It’s free to use for three days, but only with American numbers. After that, it costs $5 per month for one number with unlimited calls and texts within North America. There are a variety of other payment options depending on your needs.

Numbers from countries other than the US and Canada are charged at different rates (from $3 to $13 per month); calls and texts are extra.

Download: Hushed for Android | iOS (Free trial, subscription required)

3. CoverMe

CoverMe puts an emphasis on privacy. As well as hiding your number, it allows you to make what it calls “military-grade encrypted phone calls” and store sensitive documents in its “impenetrable” private vault.

Many of its features, such as encryption of calls and texts and self-destructing messages, will only work if the other party also has the app. However, the app can still be useful for anyone wanting an extra layer of privacy. It has phone numbers from the US, Canada, UK, China, and Mexico.

The app is free to download. If you want to add regular minutes to your plan, you need to subscribe.

Download: CoverMe for Android | iOS (Free trial, subscription required)

4. Line2

Line2 is a business-oriented app that offers a second number on your existing phone and a host of other features such as conference calls, auto-attendant, and even toll-free numbers. You can add multiple lines for different departments as your business grows. It’s also suitable for individuals who want to keep their work and personal numbers separate.

It works as a temporary number, but is really geared towards professionals who want a permanent second number. Line2 has a desktop app so you can make calls and send texts from a Mac or PC as well.

There’s a seven-day free trial, after which you need to subscribe.

Download: Line2 for Android | iOS (Free trial, subscription required)

5. Sideline

Sideline’s big selling point is that it’s free. The basic app is ad-supported but still allows unlimited text messages and porting numbers to and from other services. You can choose to use your own carrier or Wi-Fi for calls. It’s a great fake number app.

A subscription of $3 per month will remove the ads. It has additional premium features such as international calling and team accounts that you can buy with in-app purchases.

Download: Sideline for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)

These Burner Apps Get the Job Done

All the apps in this list will give you a second number, but they’re each tweaked for a slightly different market. Which you use is largely up to personal preference.

If none of these work for you, there are other ways to get a free calls-and-texts phone number. You might also try buying a dumb phone as a burner phone.

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6 Ways to Send and Check SMS Messages on a PC

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Despite the onset of instant messaging, SMS still plays a critical role in your digital life for purposes like bank alerts. Unfortunately, for most phones, there’s no straightforward way to manage SMS conversations on a desktop. It’s usually not a good idea to delay checking SMS messages for too long, as it could end up hampering your workflow. Fortunately, there are ways you can attend to SMS conversations from your the comfort of your computer. Here are the best apps for checking your SMS messages on a computer. 1. iMessage (iOS, Mac) iOS users have it easy. Apple doesn’t allow…

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Despite the onset of instant messaging, SMS still plays a critical role in your digital life for purposes like bank alerts. Unfortunately, for most phones, there’s no straightforward way to manage SMS conversations on a desktop.

It’s usually not a good idea to delay checking SMS messages for too long, as it could end up hampering your workflow. Fortunately, there are ways you can attend to SMS conversations from your the comfort of your computer.

Here are the best apps for checking your SMS messages on a computer.

1. iMessage (iOS, Mac)

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iOS users have it easy. Apple doesn’t allow alternative SMS clients, so have to live with the preloaded Messaging app. While there are a few downsides to it, the default SMS app does come with a host of handy features. And one of those is cloud sync that allows you to read or reply to SMS messages from your Mac’s native Messaging app.

If you’re already using the Messaging app but are unable to view the conversations from a Mac, you’ll have to enable iCloud Sync on your phone. To do that, go into Settings > [Your name] > iCloud and there, turn on Messages.

Sadly, Windows users have no option for this if they own an iPhone.

2. Google Voice (Web)

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Google Voice subscribers have an option to view their messages through the official web app. You can compose new messages and it even supports media previews. On the same page, you also have access to your phone logs, voicemail, and more.

To use it, all you need to do is head over to the Google Voice website on your PC, sign in with your account, and you’re all set.

Unlike other solutions on the list, Google Voice’s web app doesn’t require a constant phone connection, since all your conversations are stored on Google’s servers. But unfortunately, it’s limited to the United States for now.

3. Android Messages (Android)

Google’s default SMS app for phones running stock Android, Android Messages, has a web client as well. It features a Material Design theme and a familiar two-column layout.

In addition, you can enable dark mode from the settings. There’s an option for receiving notifications from your browser too. You can even commence both private and group conversations from the web app itself.

To get started, open the Android Messages website. Once there, fire up the Messages app on your phone and under the three-dot menu, tap Messages for web. Follow the steps and you should be online in a few seconds.

In case you’d like to install Android Messages and you don’t have a compatible phone, try sideloading the latest APK file.

Download: Android Messages | Messages APK (Free)

4. Pushbullet (Android)

Apart from letting you quickly share files and mirror notifications from your phone to a PC, Pushbullet also has a dedicated SMS tab. You will find all your existing conversations there, and can view or reply with both text and media.

What’s more, you even have the ability to send a new text message to an existing contact or any phone number.

If you didn’t enable SMS mirroring during Pushbullet’s setup process, launch the app on your phone. Then, swipe out from the left edge to reveal the navigation drawer and choose SMS. Enable SMS sync and you’ll be asked to grant the necessary permissions. Once that’s over, you should all set.

On your computer, there are multiple ways you can view your messages. You can download the desktop apps or browser extensions, or sign in at the Pushbullet website. Note that you’re limited to 100 messages per month unless you pay for Pushbullet’s expensive Pro plan.

Download: Pushbullet Apps (Free, subscription available)

5. Pulse SMS (Android)

Pulse is a third-party SMS client that offers a multitude of advanced features. That includes a wide range of themes to choose from, password protection, Giphy integration, previews for web links, a ton of nifty shortcuts, and of course, the ability to manage SMS messages from your computer. The Pulse web app functions similar to Android Messages and comes with a modern, clean aesthetic with all the tools you need.

However, these supplementary features are not free. For syncing your SMS conversations across devices, Pulse charges a monthly fee of $1 or $6 for a year. Alternatively, you can pay a one-time fee of $11 for lifetime access.

Download: Pulse SMS (Free, subscription available)

6. MightyText (Android)

If you’re looking for a comprehensive platform and plan to an SMS app for business purposes, try MightyText. Along with letting you text from your computer, MightyText has a plethora of utilities like an SMS scheduler, a multi-window mode where you can attend to numerous chats at once, and more.

MightyText can do a lot of what Pushbullet offers, including notification mirroring. Because the free version has a monthly cap for how many SMS messages you can send, you will have to purchase the subscription for unlimited access. It’s available as a web app and an extension for nearly all browsers.

Download: MightyText (Free, subscription available)

Apps for Continuity Between Android and Mac

The majority of the apps we discussed are built for Android users since Apple doesn’t allow third-party SMS clients. Apple’s continuity features between iOS and macOS are usually enough to cover your multi-device needs.

Thankfully, Android’s wide ecosystem means you can easily replicate those. Here are some great apps for continuity between Android and a Mac.

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The 5 Best Free Calling Apps for Making Free Phone Calls

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International calls can be extremely expensive. Thankfully, there are many apps that let you create a free US number, then use it to make and receive calls via Wi-Fi or cellular data. Each of these apps assigns you a free phone number (in the US) that you can use to call or text any other American number, and it will behave like you are in the US. They will not use your cell minutes or SMS text messages. Here are the best free calling apps for Android and iOS. 1. Talkatone: The Best Free Calling App Talkatone has been around…

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International calls can be extremely expensive. Thankfully, there are many apps that let you create a free US number, then use it to make and receive calls via Wi-Fi or cellular data.

Each of these apps assigns you a free phone number (in the US) that you can use to call or text any other American number, and it will behave like you are in the US. They will not use your cell minutes or SMS text messages.

Here are the best free calling apps for Android and iOS.

1. Talkatone: The Best Free Calling App

Talkatone has been around for a while and is one of the most well-known real calling apps on this list. It’s gone through a lot of changes over the years, but now it offers unlimited free calls and texts to any number within the US and Canada. You can buy also credits to make international calls; those rates vary.

It’s packed full of features such as custom voicemail greetings, passcode protection (so no one else can access the app), and call blocking.

Talkatone handles the basics with ease, and the one-time $10 purchase to remove banner ads is inexpensive compared to some of the subscription models in this list. Its interface is straightforward, modern, and a breeze to navigate.

Ultimately, the app is a good place to start if you want to try calling to the US or Canada for free and aren’t really sure what options are available.

Download: Talkatone for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)

2. TextNow: The Top Free Phone Number App for Calling and Texting

TextNow also offers free calls and texts to the US and Canada, but with a slightly different design and much more customization. The app has a menu that slides in from the left side, and you can change the theme’s colors to match your needs.

It even lets you sync your texts with your computer; this is a huge bonus when compared to the other apps on this list.

TextNow used to operate on a subscription model: you had to pay $3 per month to retain your number and access features like voicemail and call forwarding. Today, that’s not the case. The app is free to use and lets you make free calls within the United States without restrictions. You can remove the ads if you’re willing to pay.

TextNow also lets you call internationally, though you will need to either complete in-app surveys or buy minutes to do this.

Download: TextNow for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)

3. FreeTone/TextMe Up/Text Me: Make Free Phone Calls to the US and Canada

FreeTone, TextMe Up, and Text Me are all the same app with different color schemes. FreeTone is a seafoam greenish-blue, TextMe Up is light blue, and Text Me is nearly royal blue. They all provide a free phone number for calling and texting.

If you download FreeTone and make an account, you’re given a number. If you then download TextMe Up, you’ll automatically be signed in with the same number. They’re all made by the same company, TextMe. We’re not sure why it chose to make three separate apps.

Alas, whichever app you end up downloading, they all work well. Calls and texts to the US and Canada are free, but you can purchase credits to call internationally (or earn credits by watching sponsored videos). There’s also a web messenger that you can log into on any device using the built-in QR code scanner.

Its ads are more integrated than the easily ignored banner ads of other apps, which is sneaky. It feels like the ads are too mixed in with the content. It costs $2 a month to remove them.

Download: FreeTone for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)
Download: TextMe Up for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)
Download: Text Me for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)

4. TextPlus: A Solid International Calling App

TextPlus offers free texts and free inbound calls, but not free outbound calls. Outbound calls within the US cost around $0.02 per minute, or you can watch videos to get free credits if you’d prefer.

The interface is separated into five tabs. The first tab provides your balance and lets you earn credits. Oddly, the second seems to closely replicate the first. The other three are your texts, calls, contacts, and settings. In the settings, you can easily change your number for a new one in any US area code.

Without free outbound calls to the US and Canada, we can’t see many reasons to choose TextPlus over any of the previous options unless they have cheaper calling rates to a particular country you need to call frequently.

Download: TextPlus for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)

5. Dingtone

For a long time, Dingtone looked dated, which was a shame. The app has some unique features but the interface turned people away. Thankfully, a recent redesign has remedied those problems. Today, it sports a sleek Material Design interface that’s easy to use and navigate.

And what about those unique features? We particularly like Callback; Dingtone can ring you and the other person then connect your calls, thus reducing fees. The app also supports adding a second and third number to your other devices. You can have one number for your phone, another for your tablet, and so on.

As you would expect, you can also set up voicemail, call forwarding, and call blocking. To make international calls to landlines and cell phones in more than 200 countries, you can earn free credits by watching videos.

Unfortunately, calling prices are obscured by the fact that Dingtine doesn’t charge by cents per minute, but instead by credits per minute. This can make it really easy to overspend.

Lastly, while the other apps only give you access to US numbers, Dingtone can provide you with a number in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, Belgium, and the Netherlands. As such, for non-US residents, it’s a solid choice.

Download: Dingtone for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)

Other Ways to Communicate for Free

Apps that let you make free phone calls to the US and Canada are just one of the many ways you can communicate for free using your smartphone. If they don’t meet your needs, why not check out some other options?

We’ve covered messaging apps you can use on both your phone and computer. Or for something different, have a look at weird free messaging apps.

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7 Top News Apps for Free: Google News, Flipboard, Feedly, and More

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For a lot of people, news consumption has shifted from websites and newspapers to aggregator apps on smartphones. But finding the right one is surprisingly still quite a challenging process. When picking the best news app, you need to look out for a lot of features, including smart algorithms, dark themes, offloading options, and more. We’ve rounded up the best seven news apps for Android and iPhone you should try. 1. Google News You’re probably already familiar with this one. Google News is a straightforward news reader that relies on several contextual frameworks to catch stories that tailor to your…

Read the full article: 7 Top News Apps for Free: Google News, Flipboard, Feedly, and More

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For a lot of people, news consumption has shifted from websites and newspapers to aggregator apps on smartphones. But finding the right one is surprisingly still quite a challenging process.

When picking the best news app, you need to look out for a lot of features, including smart algorithms, dark themes, offloading options, and more. We’ve rounded up the best seven news apps for Android and iPhone you should try.

1. Google News

You’re probably already familiar with this one. Google News is a straightforward news reader that relies on several contextual frameworks to catch stories that tailor to your interests.

You can specifically configure your preferences, or just use the app and Google News will figure out what you like on its own. In addition, Google News also allows you to read magazines and even sync your paid subscriptions.

What’s more, it has the ability to download articles for you to read later. There’s a dark mode as well; you can keep this enabled all the time or automatically trigger it when your phone goes into battery-saver mode.

Google News has a bunch of other tools you might find helpful. One is a section called Your Briefing that brings relevant stories for you to consume in the morning. Tap individual stories to read more on the original topic if you’re interested.

Download: Google News for Android | iOS (Free)

2. Microsoft News

Microsoft’s take on news aggregation is similar to Google News in a lot of ways. It too learns from your reading habits to pick up on your interests and what sources you like. You can, of course, manually customize these topics and even search for particular ones.

Plus, there’s a tab titled Local News where you can keep tabs on what’s happening in your area. Microsoft News has a dark mode and sections in the news feed for trending topics. The app functions in many local languages, including Hindi.

For more, have a look at the host of nifty Microsoft News features that are worth checking out.

Download: Microsoft News for Android | iOS (Free)

3. Flipboard

Flipboard takes a more visual approach and tries to emulate an authentic magazine experience. That means you have proper page flip animations in the news feed and everything is organized into large grids.

Furthermore, Flipboard has a range of human-curated editorial tabs like The Daily Edition and Flipboard Picks. You also have options to save posts for later and favorite them. The app allows you to follow specific topics and create personalized magazines, which you can make public for everyone else to read.

Unfortunately, Flipboard doesn’t have a dark theme yet.

Download: Flipboard for Android | iOS (Free)

4. News360

News360 is another news reader app. But instead of advanced features, this one focuses more on delivering stories in the most responsive way possible. The app features a design that’s not as overwhelming as some others, and lets you quickly read up articles from your top interests and sources.

In addition, you’ll find all the essential tools like the ability to change the text size, a dark theme, locally curated news, and more. News360 also constantly tweaks your news feed based on what you’ve been reading and skipping.

Download: News360 for Android | iOS (Free)

5. Feedly

Feedly is for people who depend on their own RSS list for news instead of an algorithm. The app comes with all the features you need to maintain and edit that list and view fresh content from it.

Feedly also has several discovery features if you’re looking to add new feeds. Plus, it offers a host of other tools like a save-for-later function, a ton of formatting settings, a dark theme, and more.

Download: Feedly for Android | iOS | Web (Free, subscription available)

6. Apple News (iOS Only)

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Apple News is the premier and exclusive news platform for iOS users. It’s been redesigned with a clean, modern aesthetic that’s perfect for catching up on the news. Further, the app lets you follow your favorite websites and manage subscriptions if you have any.

There are a bunch of handy functions here, like a Today section that compiles important stories and News Digests, which are curated by Apple’s editorial team. Apple News comes preloaded on iPhones and iPads running iOS 12, and you can re-download it if you’ve removed it.

Download: Apple News for iOS (Free)

7. SmartNews

SmartNews bills itself as a news reader app that intelligently brings you only the most high-quality, trusted content. And for the most part, that’s true. But compared to the likes of Google News and Apple News, which are already powered by a string of advanced machine learning frameworks, it’s difficult to imagine SmartNews as a worthy companion.

If you do decide to give it a shot, the app certainly won’t let you down. There’s also a unique tab manager through which you can quickly switch between various sections like Sports, Technology, and others. A Discovery tab is available if you’re tired of your usual destinations. Like others, SmartNews has standard features like an offline mode.

Download: SmartNews for Android | iOS (Free)

The Best Apps for Reading News on Your PC

Catching up on news and articles has never been easier thanks to the flurry of free news apps available for iOS and Android. And these top news apps let you get the updates you care about with little effort.

But there are times when you’d like to dive deeper and read a long article on a bigger screen. For those scenarios, we recommend taking a look at some of the best new RSS reader apps.

Read the full article: 7 Top News Apps for Free: Google News, Flipboard, Feedly, and More

6 Fun iPhone Party Games for Your Next Group Gathering

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Games are a great way to bring a big dose of fun to any gathering. But in most situations, you’ll need to have already purchased a board game or card game before the party gets started. However, there are a number of different iPhone games available that are perfect for parties, large or small. To help get you started, we’re highlighting some fun iPhone party games. 1. Heads Up! From talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, Heads Up! is one of the most popular iPhone party games available. Perfect for all ages, the game’s appeal is in large part thanks to…

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Games are a great way to bring a big dose of fun to any gathering. But in most situations, you’ll need to have already purchased a board game or card game before the party gets started.

However, there are a number of different iPhone games available that are perfect for parties, large or small. To help get you started, we’re highlighting some fun iPhone party games.

1. Heads Up!

From talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, Heads Up! is one of the most popular iPhone party games available. Perfect for all ages, the game’s appeal is in large part thanks to its simplicity and the fact that it can be played with anywhere between two people to a huge group.

You’ll hold up an iPhone to your forehead, and the phone screen then displays a word from a diverse number of different categories. It’s up to everyone else to give clues so you can correctly guess the right answer. If you guess correctly, tilt the phone screen down to draw a new card. Tilting up will pass the word and also show a new clue.

Some of the fun deck categories include celebrities, movies, animals, accents, and more. So you’ll always find something new to play with. At the end of the round, you can see exactly how well you did. As a hilarious touch, you can even use the iPhone’s front-facing camera to record and then playback videos of everyone trying to give clues.

And if you’re looking to have more age-appropriate fun without an iPhone, take a look at these great family board games you’ve never heard of.

Download: Heads Up! ($0.99, in-app purchases available)

2. Evil Apples: Dirty as ____.

Make sure to hide the kids when playing Evil Apples: Dirty as ____. A digital take on the popular card game Cards Against Humanity, prepare to laugh.

To start, a question card is shown to all players. Each player then selects an answer card to fill in the blank. The selected judge will then pick their favorite answer card. The first player to win seven rounds is declared the victor. The question and answer combinations can range from merely funny to downright hysterical.

There are more than 4,000 answer cards and 800 questions cards to always keep things interesting. You can play with nearby friends at a gathering or even at other times through texts, Twitter, or Facebook. A random blitz mode will even allow you to play immediately with strangers.

Download: Evil Apples: Dirty as ____. (Free, in-app purchases available)

3. Just Dance Now

Dancing is a great way to turn up the fun at any party. And Just Dance Now brings that excitement to almost anywhere without needing a games console. Your iPhone acts as the controller while any internet-connected screen like an Apple TV, iPad, computer, or Chromecast device will show all of the action.

After a few minutes of set up, it’s time to dance. While the larger screen shows the dance and moves, your iPhone will act as a motion tracker. There are more than 400 different songs available to dance to. You can even create your own playlist for a party or anytime else. All of your calories burned while dancing will also appear in Apple’s Health app.

The free version of the game allows limited access to songs, but you can unlock the entire catalog through an in-app purchase or subscription.

Download: Just Dance Now (Free, in-app purchases and subscription available)

4. The Truth Comes Out

DeGeneres makes the list again with another great party game. The Truth Comes Out takes some inspiration from Cards Against Humanity but adds a more personal touch focusing on you and your friends. You’ll need at least three people to play a game.

Everyone will answer questions like “What’s the last thing Maria Googled?” or “What is the biggest secret that Laura is keeping?” Players will then vote for their favorite answers. You’ll score points when friends choose your answers. The player with the most points at the end of the game is victorious.

A paid monthly subscription will unlock access to hundreds of more adult-oriented questions.

Download: The Truth Comes Out (Free, subscription available)

5. What Would You Choose? Rather

A great app to start a conversation, What You Choose has a simple premise.

The app has hundreds of different would you rather questions. For example, would you rather be a professional athlete or a professional actor? You can vote on your favorite options and then see real-time results from players all around the world. There are no inappropriate questions, meaning this game is suitable for kids.

Download: What Would You Choose? Rather (Free)

6. Triple Agent!

Get ready for deception in Triple Agent! A party game for between five and seven players, all you need is a single iPhone. Each round lasts around 10 minutes and features 12 different operations to create a different experience each time.

To begin, each player is assigned a role: a secret agent or a VIRUS double agent.

You’ll continue to pass around the device to learn more information about all of the players. At the end of the round, players will vote who to imprison. If a double agent is chosen, the service members win. If not, VIRUS is victorious.

The paid expansion pack will bring support for up to nine players and mode that will also unlock a special mode where abilities are randomly assigned.

Download: Triple Agent! (Free, in-app purchases available)

Turn Up the Fun With iPhone Party Apps

Instead of needing to plan ahead, these options can help get your friends in a great mood no matter where you are. Have fun talking and laughing as everyone plays these fun iPhone party games.

Another quick way to bring fun to any party is to add some music. So definitely make sure to take a look at these great wireless outdoor speakers to pump up the volume at your next get-together.

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Netflix launches ‘smart downloads’ feature on iOS to automate offline viewing

Netflix today is launching a new feature on iOS devices that will help make it easier to watch its shows when you’re offline. The “smart downloads” feature, as it’s called, will automatically delete a downloaded episode after you’ve finished watching, then download the next one – but only when you’re connected to Wi-Fi. The idea […]

Netflix today is launching a new feature on iOS devices that will help make it easier to watch its shows when you’re offline. The “smart downloads” feature, as it’s called, will automatically delete a downloaded episode after you’ve finished watching, then download the next one – but only when you’re connected to Wi-Fi.

The idea is that users will no longer have to go through the tedious work of managing their downloads – deleting those they’ve watched or downloading new titles, for example. Instead, the app can manage the downloads for you, so people can spend more time watching Netflix shows.

Smart downloads makes sense for those who plan for intermittent connectivity – like commuters who take underground trains, for instance, or those who travel through dead spots where wireless coverage drops. It also makes sense for those on limited data plans, who are carefully about not using streaming video apps unless they’re on Wi-Fi.

Offline features like this are key to attracting and retaining users in emerging markets where connectivity concerns are the norm. That’s likely why Netflix prioritized Android over iOS, for the initial launch of smart downloads.

The feature had first arrived on Android last summer. It’s now offered across platforms, including iOS and in the Windows 10 Netflix app, the company says.

Offline access is only one area where Netflix is focusing on the needs of those in developing markets. The company late last year also began testing a more affordable, mobile-only subscription.

Non-U.S. users accounted for 7.31 million of the 8.8 million new subscribers Netflix added in the last quarter, as the U.S. market has become more saturated.

To use smart downloads on iOS, you can toggle the option in the Netflix app settings. It then turns itself on when you’re connected to Wi-Fi, to ensure your data plan won’t be used and your device storage won’t fill up as you watch offline. The feature will alert you when the episode in question has been downloaded.

“The faster our members can get to the next episode of their favorite stories, the better. Now, fans on the Netflix iOS app can get in on the fun and convenience of Smart Downloads, spending less time managing their downloads and more time watching,” said a Netflix spokesperson, in a statement about the launch. “The feature is one more way we’re making it easier for Netflix fans to take the stories they love wherever they go,” they added.

The 5 Best Valentine’s Day Apps for a Romantic Date Night

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February 14 is coming up and you better have something romantic planned for your partner. But just in case you don’t, these free apps offer great date night ideas for Valentine’s Day. There’s something for everyone here. You can turn your relationship into a quiz, assign tasks and rewards for your significant other, or test how right you are for each other. And as always, there’s some romantic music to go with it. All these apps are for people who already have a special someone in their lives. If you’re single, we have you covered with free dating sites to…

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February 14 is coming up and you better have something romantic planned for your partner. But just in case you don’t, these free apps offer great date night ideas for Valentine’s Day.

There’s something for everyone here. You can turn your relationship into a quiz, assign tasks and rewards for your significant other, or test how right you are for each other. And as always, there’s some romantic music to go with it.

All these apps are for people who already have a special someone in their lives. If you’re single, we have you covered with free dating sites to help you find love.

1. 36 Questions in Love (Web): What Every Relationship Needs to Ask

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In a famous study, psychologists Arthur and Elaine Aron (yes, they’re a married couple) investigated what makes people fall head over heels for each other. They distilled their research to 36 questions for the couple, which you can discuss this Valentine’s Day.

The theory of the questions is that for an old couple, a new exercise like this can rekindle the kind of intense excitement you felt when you first fell in love. And for a new couple (or a pair on the verge of becoming one), the questions end up drawing you closer or proving you don’t belong together.

Either way, the 36 questions are an intimate activity for a romantic time. The questions get really personal and make you think about yourself and your partner. It takes about an hour or two to get through the list; every couple needs to go through them.

2. Happy Couple (Web, Android, iOS, Windows): Quiz Each Other, See if Answers Match

How in sync are you and your partner? To find out, try this cool app that sends you a short quiz daily. The more your answers match, the more points you earn to “level up” your relationship status.

Each day, the app asks five questions. Three are the same as your partner’s, and two are random. Pick from the multiple-choice answers, or add a custom note. Once both you and your partner have answered the same questions, you’ll see if you matched or not. If you didn’t, you can see the responses and comment on them.

It’s a fun little app and one of those cool Valentine’s Day games couples should play. Plus, even after V-Day, you’ll still get daily checks to discover more about each other. And that’s the best part of a relationship, isn’t it?

Download: Happy Couple for Android | iOS | Windows (Free, in-app purchases available)

3. Spark Now (Android, iOS): Tasks and Rewards for Couples

In any relationship, the question you hear most often is “Whose turn is it?” Spark Now puts a fun twist on doing activities for each other or together by attaching rewards.

Let’s say you want your significant other to plan date night for Valentine’s Day, or do a series of other tasks on that day. Launch Spark Now, set it as a task for them, and add a reward. The tasks can be in different categories (date night, cooking, cleaning, intimacy), set to repeat on schedule, and your partner will even get notifications for reminders.

Used creatively, Spark Now can make chores a bit more fun given that you get rewards. And don’t stick to chores alone…

Download: Spark Now for Android | iOS (Free)

4. Kindu (Android, iOS): Find Secret Desires Without Embarrassment

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There are activities you might fantasize about doing with your partner but are too shy to bring up. Kindu is an embarrassment-free way to find out which of each other’s desires overlap and keep the rest secret.

Here’s how it works: both you and your partner install the app and add each other. Go through the free Starter Pack of Kindu cards that contains fantasies like cooking a romantic dinner or giving a sensuous massage. If you like, you can make a custom card of your own too. Obviously, a lot of the ideas are more adult in nature, which is why the secrecy is important.

For each Kindu idea card, tap love, hate, or maybe. If you and your partner’s taps match, you’ll both see it. If they don’t match, the idea card is kept secret and discarded. So even if you have a Princess Leia gold bikini fantasy, your partner won’t ever know if they’re not into it.

Download: Kindu for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)

5. YouTube’s Romantic Playlist (Web): 18 Most Popular Valentine’s Day Songs

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What’s a romantic evening without some mushy music in the background? Billboard has listed 18 songs on YouTube that surge in traffic on every Valentine’s Day. From the dulcet tones of Elton John to the Barry White’s inimitable deep vocals, it’s quite the playlist.

The good news is that you don’t need to go hunting on YouTube for these. We’ve got your back with a no-signup playlist on Cue YouTube. Fire it up in a desktop or mobile web browser and start playing.

Of course, it’s always more romantic to make your own playlist. And for that, we have a suggestion of love songs to stream on Valentine’s Day.

Get in the Mood for Valentine’s Day

With these sites and apps, you’re guaranteed a romantic evening with your significant other. Whether it’s an endless steam of love songs or an app to find out each other’s hidden desires, you’ll have a great Valentine’s Day.

But don’t feel left out if you’re alone for the big day. You can enjoy some great movies on Valentine’s Day for singles.

Image Credit: DimaGavrish/Depositphotos

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The 6 Best Weight Loss Apps for 2019

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Your phone acts as a valuable companion in nearly every facet of your life. It lets you stay in touch with loved ones, wakes you up in the morning, entertains you, and more. With the right apps, your phone can even act as a fitness coach and assist in your goal of shedding a few pounds. Have a look at the six best weight loss apps for Android and iOS. 1. Lose It! Lose It! is a straightforward app that comes with all the features you need to keep tabs on your weight. You can easily log your daily readings…

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Your phone acts as a valuable companion in nearly every facet of your life. It lets you stay in touch with loved ones, wakes you up in the morning, entertains you, and more.

With the right apps, your phone can even act as a fitness coach and assist in your goal of shedding a few pounds. Have a look at the six best weight loss apps for Android and iOS.

1. Lose It!

Lose It! is a straightforward app that comes with all the features you need to keep tabs on your weight. You can easily log your daily readings and track what you’ve eaten. In addition, Lose It! fetches the calorie count automatically for the items you input and lets you view everything in a clear, modern design.

You’ll also find a host of other handy tools in the app, such as the ability to easily scan barcodes for adding food entries. Lose It! also produces detailed charts based on your activities, and even lets you take up challenges for competing with friends. There are diet plans and goals to look into if you’d like to follow a specific regimen.

Lastly, Lose It! has an experimental image recognition feature that eliminates the entire manual process of adding food items. So for instance, you can simply take a picture of a banana and it will automatically append to your journal.

Download: Lose It! for Android | iOS (Free, subscription available)

2. SparkPeople

While SparkPeople’s feature set is largely similar to Lose It! and includes every essential option for tracking weight, its primary highlight is the community integration.

SparkPeople offers a rich community platform where you can ask questions, learn from experts, find motivation, or share your achievements. Plus, the app shows a vast range of articles and health tips to help you better understand your diet and shed weight more efficiently.

You can also email coaches and even enroll in starter programs right from the app. Apart from that, SparkPeople comes with the major tools you would require, like calorie tracking, a meal planner, and more.

Download: SparkPeople for Android | iOS (Free, subscription available)

3. MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal is ideal for those who rely on other apps for purposes like step tracking. You can plug the app into various other services and sync all the data in one place. It supports many popular platforms like MapMyFitness, Runkeeper, Strava, Runtastic, Misfit, Withings, HealthKit, and more.

This app also features a clean, clutter-free interface that allows you to quickly update data without going through hoops. It houses health-oriented recipes and meals too. Aside from these, you have all the standard tools like a community tab, challenges, charts and summaries for sharing on social media, tips, and the like.

Download: MyFitnessPal for Android | iOS (Free, subscription available)

4. HealthifyMe

HealthifyMe, along with letting you document your weight, is a minimal app that helps you understand what you’re eating and what you need to do to reach your goals. It does so by developing and showing you insights on the food you’ve consumed.

Thus, for instance, you’ll be able to check the levels of protein, fiber, and more out in your regular diet. HealthifyMe also nudges you to drink more water and exercise through tips and reminders. The app has health plans as well, if you’re looking to follow strategies that have a proven record.

Rounding out the app, you’ll find leaderboards and profile levels to compete for.

Download: HealthifyMe for Android | iOS (Free, subscription available)

5. WeightFit

WeightFit is a data-centric app for tracking weight designed for people who are in interested in every little detail. It has a no-frills aesthetic that puts all the information you’d want to read right at the forefront.

You have comprehensive charts and statistics which evaluate factors such as average change, BMI, and much more. WeightFit also lets you instantly add new entries, and can be synced with Google Fit.

Download: WeightFit for Android | iOS (Free)

6. Google Fit / Apple Health

As it turns out, you might already have a competent weight loss app installed on your phone. On Android, you have Google Fit (or another similar app preloaded by your vendor, like Samsung Health). And all iPhones have Apple’s Health app.

These apps are deeply integrated with your operating system and offer the majority of features other third-party health-tracking apps do. What’s more, they’re also entirely free and come with a streamlined design language that matches the themes you’re used to.

They can also keep track of how much you’ve walked and calories burned, plus feature challenges you can take up with your friends. Moreover, most of them have session tracking for activities like cycling and sleep—this tracking doesn’t need any special hardware.

Apps like Apple Health and Samsung Health have a wide range of other nifty tools like the ability to record your nutritional intake. In addition, they can assist you in relaxing by letting you enroll in quick meditative activities. If you’re having trouble figuring it out, check out how to make sense of Health on iOS.

Download: Google Fit for Android (Free)
Download: Samsung Health for Android (Free)

Take It Up a Notch With Health Gadgets

Taking the first step towards becoming healthier can be a difficult process. But surely with these apps, you’ll have an easier time keeping track of everything, at minimum. Some of them, like Lose It!, even have image recognition so you don’t have to add the food manually yourself.

When you’re ready to move to the next stage, you should also consider investing in a fitness tracker that monitors your heart rate.

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10 Apple Watch Games You Can Play on Your Wrist

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The Apple Watch might not sound like the most likely gaming platform, but many game developers have used it to great effect. From interactive fiction to brainteasers, and RPGs to arcade classics, it’s amazing how much fun you can have staring at your wrist. It should come as no surprise that these games are primarily aimed at short bursts of gameplay. Some of them require an Apple Watch, while you can play others on both the wearable and iPhone. Let’s take a look. 1. Pocket Bandit Pocket Bandit is a solid time-waster that makes excellent use of the Digital Crown….

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The Apple Watch might not sound like the most likely gaming platform, but many game developers have used it to great effect. From interactive fiction to brainteasers, and RPGs to arcade classics, it’s amazing how much fun you can have staring at your wrist.

It should come as no surprise that these games are primarily aimed at short bursts of gameplay. Some of them require an Apple Watch, while you can play others on both the wearable and iPhone. Let’s take a look.

1. Pocket Bandit

Pocket Bandit is a solid time-waster that makes excellent use of the Digital Crown. In it, you take on the role of a safe-cracking thief. The game uses haptic feedback to let you know when you’re close to cracking the code, at which point you tap on the screen and do it all over again.

You’ll have to work quickly against the clock if you don’t want to be caught. As you move from level to level, you’ll encounter difficulty spikes. If you’re caught you’ll lose some of your ill-gotten gains, so stay out of trouble if you want to set a new high score.

Download: Pocket Bandit ($1)

2. Trivia Crack

Trivia Crack needs no introduction. Just like Trivial Pursuit, the game fires questions at you from a range of categories, which you must answer using multiple-choice answers. Trivia Crack for Apple Watch simply puts the action on your wrist, so you can play anywhere at any time.

Spin the wheel, read the question, and answer directly on your Apple Watch.

Download: Trivia Crack (Free, in-app purchases available)

3. Elevate

Elevate is a brain training program for iPhone, with an Apple Watch companion app. Shortlisted for App of the Year by Apple in 2018, Elevate works on both devices. However, it feels right at home on the Watch whenever you want to waste a few minutes and test your wits.

It features over 35 different brain teasers designed to tax your focus, memory, number skills, comprehension, and more. If you fall in love with Elevate, you can subscribe to the premium plan for $5 per month, or grab a year’s subscription for $40.

Download: Elevate (Free, subscription available)

4. Runeblade

An entire RPG on your wrist may sound unlikely, but that’s exactly what Runeblade goes for. The free-to-play fantasy adventure only works on Apple’s wearable, and was tailor-made for the platform by developer Everywear Games.

Gameplay starts out simple, but develops more depth over the 2,000 or so included levels. Use spells, runes, and magical artifacts on your quest. It’s a casual role-playing experience with the optional in-app purchases we’ve come to expect from similar freemium titles.

Download: Runeblade (Free, in-app purchases available)

5. Twisty Color

Twisty Color introduces another interesting way of putting the Digital Crown to use. The game requires you to collect as many balls as possible by turning the Twister to match the corresponding color.

If it sounds straightforward, that’s because it is. It’s proof that you don’t need a complex concept to create a fun and addictive game. This is the sort that’s perfect for a five-minute blast while waiting for your train.

Download: Twisty Color ($1)

6. Letterpad

If you love word games, Letterpad is the Apple Watch companion for you. The game provides you with nine letters from which you must find words related to the current topic. It’s an easy concept that will have you scratching your head in no time.

You can work through more than 200 puzzles, all of which are free for your enjoyment. Its only in-app purchases are hints to help you clear stubborn levels and move on with the game.

Download: Letterpad (Free, in-app purchases available)

7. KOMRAD

KOMRAD isn’t just an Apple Watch game, since you can also play it on your iPhone. Fortunately, this example of interactive fiction works particularly well on the Apple Watch. It provides not only a good example of Apple Watch gaming, but also one of the best text adventure experiences on iOS.

The game has you talking to a Soviet AI from 1985 that hasn’t been informed that the Cold War is over. The computer has been training in the dark for 30 years, and may be connected to deadly nuclear missiles. You’ll decide the fate of the world by responding to KOMRAD from your wrist.

Download: KOMRAD ($1)

8. Tiny Armies

Tiny Armies is both an Apple Watch and iPhone game. The wearable version lets you undertake epic (if simplified) battles from the comfort of your wrist, as you swipe the screen to conquer enemies, navigate lakes, and traverse mountains and forests.

You can play solo or jump on iMessage to challenge your friends. It’s a tactical game that’s perfect for short bursts of gameplay, and is a bargain.

Download: Tiny Armies ($1)

9. A Tiny Game of Pong

Who doesn’t want to play Pong on their wrist? Turn the Digital Crown into the most precise paddle controller with this wrist-sized version of the original home console classic.

There’s really not much to say here. It’s Pong, on your wrist. However, it only works on the Apple Watch; there’s no iPhone version included.

Download: A Tiny Game of Pong ($2, in-app purchase available)

10. Lateres

Lateres is Breakout for your Apple Watch. Just like Pong, Lateres allows you to use the Digital Crown to control the paddle for precise brick breaking action. Unlike Pong, however, Lateres also works on your iPhone. This provides you with two ways to play.

The game is a nice little value, providing 20 levels for a dollar.

Download: Lateres ($1)

Don’t Forget Pokémon GO

You can’t technically play Pokémon GO using your watch, but you can use the companion app to help you catch ’em all. Receive full-screen notifications, hatch eggs, and record your session as a workout simply by launching the app on your wrist.

The Pokémon GO Watch app allows you to spin Pokéstops when you’re in range. You’ll even receive a notification first so you don’t miss out. Plus, you can use your watch to spot any Pokémon that happen to be in range, allowing you to hand off to your phone to do the actual capturing.

Download: Pokémon GO (Free, in-app purchases available)

More Must-Have Apple Watch Apps

With all these unique experiences available for Apple’s wearable, you’d be forgiven for forgetting that it’s also a timepiece. If you’ve had your fill of wrist-based gaming for now, don’t forget to check our full list of must-have Apple Watch apps too.

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