Apps: The Hidden Gems

Hello Readers, in this world where our world revolves a magical box that can find us dates, call us taxis, get us goods in minimum time, show us virtual places, and even control our apps utilization, there are still some gems which are not popular like Twitter, WhatsApp or Ola.

Top Apps Worldwide for Q2 2019 by Downloads

The Google Play store contains more than 2.9 million apps. Some are masterpieces and others vary. This article is about those lesser known but great apps.

  1. SleepBot:

It may be possible that you are not getting enough quality sleep. This sleep cycle tracker and smart alarm by the team at SleepBot utilizes motion and sound tracking software to provide an in-depth analysis of your sleep cycle—average sleep time, sleep debt, long term trends, etc.—and compiles detailed reports to help you get the rest you need. Or, if you’re actually being possessed by demons while you sleep, as you suspect, this app will confirm it.

  1. Tunity:

This App allows your phone to act as a temporary TV tuner for any TV. So, let’s say you’re at the bar watching the game, and everyone is being loud and obnoxious while all you want to hear is the commentary. Open Tunity, point it at the TV, and Tunity will use a scanned image to locate the program and then stream the audio directly to your phone. You can be social and antisocial at the exact same time.

  1. Ablo:

Ablo allows one to connect with other social butterflies from around the world. Sign up and you’ll be connected with a new friend from somewhere else in the world. Ablo’s automatic translations whips away any language barriers, translating text and video calls live. It’s free to download, there are no restrictions on the number of chats you can have, and there are even in-app challenges.

  1. Robinhood:

Robinhood is an app that is made for people who are beginners when it comes to stock trading. It allows users to invest in publicly traded companies and exchange-traded funds without paying a trading fee. It’s sleek, modern, easy to understand, and 100 percent free. It links directly and securely to your bank account, keeps track of your portfolio, and also sends push notifications to let you know how your portfolio is performing.

  1. Peak:

Peak is an app designed to train several areas of the brain, including memory, focus, problem solving, agility and language. It includes 21 games and creates personalized brain workouts and goals for users. Peak provides analytical feedback and graphs for tracking performance, and gets very high reviews from users. Peak is available on iOS, and is free to use. Unlimited access and more in-depth tools are available in the pro version for $4.99 per month.

This is all for today guys. Probably later on, I will continue writing a sequel for this series as the with the increasing number of smartphones, the “apps” are also getting smarter, innovative and bringing a novel sense of belief.