The new week is just around the corner, but before then we look back on the last seven days. The iPhoned editors have listed the best iOS apps, games and updates from last week.
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The best iOS apps from last week
Every week, the Apple App Store works overtime. New apps, updates for existing applications and games are constantly appearing. You probably won’t notice this, because most of the programs are not worth downloading. iPhoned therefore separates the wheat from the chaff every Sunday. These are the best iOS apps, updates, and games from the past week.
1. Discovery Plus
Have you watched Netflix and do you find the offer on Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus disappointing? Then we may have good news for you, because the streaming landscape has gained one player since last week. Discovery, the home of TV shows like Gold Rush, Wheeler Dealers, and Deadliest Catch, has launched Discovery Plus.
With this streaming service you can watch all shows and series from Discovery Channel, TLC and Animal Planet, among others. They also produce their own unique productions, including Fitness Diaries. Dutch fit girls such as Famke Louise and Fajah Lourens are followed in this. Discovery Plus costs 3.99 euros per month, or 39.99 euros per year. You can try a week for free.
→ Try Discovery Plus (7 days free)
2. Mad Cars
Mad Cars is an entertaining racing game where the aim is to blast over the highway as fast as possible. However, there is a big plot twist. You do not drive one car, but a real column. It is up to you to guide this procession safely along the road and to avoid obstacles.
There are stones, holes and even complete sewers coming your way. So you will have to tactically sacrifice certain cars to get the rest of the retinue across the finish line. If you do this correctly you can unlock extras, such as new cars. Mad Cars is anything but a tour de force, but it is entertaining.
Are you or do you know a teacher who will be provisionally homeschooling? Then Overviewer may be an interesting app. The application turns your iPhone into a document scanner. That way you can show during online lectures how to do a certain calculation, make a drawing or make something visual.
It works very simply. You connect your iPhone to your computer and then start teaching online, for example via Zoom. You can now select your iPhone in the settings menu of this app. Once you do this, the students will see what you are filming with your iPhone. Extra cool is that you can switch between the wide-angle and ultra-wide angle lens of your device (if you have a recent model).
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