In the air, our list of the main findings of the week for you. These are applications we are using and liking, not necessarily new options, but things that draw our attention positively. Here my four choices for today.
IA Writer is a "sweetheart" on my Macbook, and believe me, I didn't know there was an Android app. Best of all, the totally free smartphone version, different from MacOs. It actually has for iPad, iPhone, Android and Windows too. The problem is that each verse synchronizes notes with different servers, being iCloud on Apple and Gmail on Android.
It may not be the best option for those who enjoy cross-platform syncing, but iA Writer is focused on keeping our eye on the app during the time of writing. There is a mode called "focus" that excludes the entire application interface so we are free of distractions. It has theme listen too.
iA Writer: Note. Write. Edit
Guys, there would be no way to talk about Spark at this selection. The email client arrives on Android to rival Gmail and Outlook, which are currently the most popular and complete options available on Google Play. I like Spark for the efficiency of the smart box, which brings together the most important issues and rules out spam, as well as the many actions we can do with email, including manual trigger scheduling.
I confess that Spark's interface is a little behind, but as it is a recent release and has not received many updates to the store, so we can wait for improvements in some time. Download and try it too. You can download Spark on Google Play by clicking here.
Flipping is a game where you need to overcome obstacles and collect rewards along the way with simple gameplay, where you move the main character by tapping the corners of the screen. The graphics are very colorful and made in 8-bit with 3D modeling making it almost impossible to differentiate an enemy from a reward, but this game becomes special.
Rewards release new characters with different abilities. The full Flipping map and internal purchases exist, but they do not hinder game development.
Another app named Spark, but this one from Adobe and has no email function. Spark Post can be an interesting option for those who use a lot of social networks or work with it, and can make montages with text and vector images.
The app offers hundreds of predefined templates that can be customized according to the result the user needs. I already did some things for Instagram @ androidpit.br, Christmas cards and stuff. Spark is totally free and can be synced with your Adobe ID. You can download Adobe Spark Post from Google Play by clicking here.
And, are you going to try any of these indications on your Android? Comment below.
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