Before the new week starts, we look back one more time on the past days. The iPhoneeditors have listed this week’s best iPhone apps, games, and updates for you.
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The best iPhone apps and games from last week
The App Store works overtime every week. New apps, updates for existing programs and all kinds of games are popping up on the go-to bank. You will most likely not notice this, because most of it is not worth downloading. That’s why iPhoned separates the wheat from the chaff every Sunday. These are the best iPhone apps, updates, and games from last week.
DoMarks is a bookmark storage app with one major twist. You can link actions to the things you save. When writing down a website address, you can, for example, indicate that you want to listen to a specific Spotify album or make a rumor once.
In the same way, you can create viewing tips for yourself or indicate that you are going to read a long article at a later time. So, DoMarks is actually a cross between a bookmarks app (à la Pocket) and Apple’s Calendar app. It works on all Apple devices and your data is synced in the background. Your to-do list / bookmark list is therefore always up to date. DoMarks is free but some features require you to pull your wallet.
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2. Slashy Camp
Are you crazy about slasher films from the 80s and Crossy Roads, the iconic game in which you have to let a chicken cross the road? Then Slashy Camp is the game you’ve been waiting for. In this game you take the role of SkullFace, a villain who targets defenseless visitors to a summer camp.
It is up to you to hunt your prey as quickly as possible, because when you dawdle you are done. The game world is gradually shifting as in Crossy Roads. While hunting victims, you gain experience points that you can use to purchase better weapons. Slashy Camp is a free game but does offer in-app purchases.
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In our opinion, Flitsmeister is one of the best navigation apps for CarPlay, Apple’s platform for behind the wheel. The navigation app has been updated last week and therefore has trip registration. This allows you to keep track of which rides you make private, and which rides have to be put on the case.
This option is particularly useful for people who still have to travel for work and, for example, declare a mileage allowance from their employer. After enabling the function, you can indicate per trip whether it was private or business. You can then share this overview with your employer. Flitsmeister does charge money for the possibility to keep track of rides: it costs 4.49 euros per month.
4. Queen: Rock Tour
Queen has its own iPhone game since last week. In Queen: Rock Tour, you relive the band’s turbulent history and re-enact the greatest and most iconic concerts. Rock Tour is a rhythm game, as you might know from the Rock Band games.
While the band is playing, musical notes fall on the different tracks. It is up to you to touch the screen with both thumbs at exactly the right moment, or to hold the display for a moment. Extra nice is that the colors correspond with the different band members. For example, if you miss a green note, then Freddy Mercury pauses for a moment. The full game costs $ 3.49, but you can try it for free.
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