Tuesday, 9 September 2014

September 9th Edition

Today’s Great Free Apps: Boximize, Full, Flash Study and more

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iPhone & iPad:


Go To Bed – Reverse Alarm Clock ($0.99 → Free, 2.0 MB): Finally get into bed on time with the help of this utility app. Go To Bed reminds you to stop what you’re doing and get into bed at a reasonable hour via push notifications. It’s the ideal app for anyone that loses track of time in the evenings.

Go To Bed helps you stop pulling all-nighters in the easiest way possible. You’re able to choose your preferred bedtime and the app will send you a push notification when that time approaches. Activate the Dynamic Sleep mode to have your bedtime changed based on events in your calendar. The app also includes the ability to dismiss notifications for the night in case you have already packed it in.

Go To Bed – Reverse Alarm Clock is available for free today only (09/08). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 26 ratings.

Full ($0.99 → Free, 10.0 MB): Track, measure, and visualize what’s important in your life with Full. It allows you to add goals and set target counts, and then track how well you’re sticking to them. It’s perfect for anyone looking to improve their daily life one goal at a time.

Just released today, the all-new version of Full is not only prettier than ever before, but also more useful. You’re now able to track daily and weekly goals in addition to monthly goals, and set customized reminders for each one. But not everything has changed with Full, as you’re still able to see if you’re running behind with your goals via the stoplight-like colored indicators. The goal history view allows you to see what you’ve been successful at and what you need to improve upon.

Full is available for free today only (09/08). It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 55 ratings.

Boximize: Structured note taking app, personal database, form builder and organizer! ($4.99 → Free, 12.4 MB): Combine the simplicity of note taking with the customizability of personal databases and you get this wonderful productivity app. Consider Boximize if you need a better way to organize your information.

The main reason we’re recommending Boximize today is because of its universal appeal. All you need is some type, any type, of information that’s important to you, and Boximize will help you organize and recall it with ease. New collections of notes can be created by selecting from the 27 templates. Each template can be customized by adding or removing fields, or you can build your own from scratch. You’re able to enter up to 20 different pieces of information, including everything from date and time to sketches and voice notes. All of the information can be searched for, sorted, and protected with a passcode.

Boximize: Structured note taking app, personal database, form builder and organizer! is available for free today only (09/08). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 99 ratings.

ActMonitor ($0.99 → Free, 7.0 MB): Something needs to keep an eye on your iDevice’s memory usage, storage space, battery level, and wireless traffic because you sure aren’t able to. Let ActMonitor be that something. Check out this app if you’re constantly worrying about what your iDevice is up to.

There sure are a lot of system monitoring apps available in the App Store, but none compare to the visual style and ease of use of ActMonitor. It makes it remarkably easy to review all of the information listed above in addition to detailed device info like processor speed, introduction date, display specifications, dimensions, and weight.

ActMonitor is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 113 ratings.

Discovr – discover new music, play songs, listen to mp3s, and watch Youtube videos of your favorite bands and artists ($3.99 → Free, 5.3 MB): Discover new tunes to listen to based on what you already enjoy with Discovr. Check out Discovr today if your current album collection is looking a little stale.

We really enjoyed getting recommendations from Discovr thanks to the unique way they’re represented. Instead of just receiving one big list, you’re able to expand an ever-growing web of recommendations by tapping on different artists. If you double-tap on an artist you can view their bio, songs, videos, and other details. Artists can be marked as favorites as well, and you’re able to listen to previews before taking the plunge.

Discovr – discover new music, play songs, listen to mp3s, and watch Youtube videos of your favorite bands and artists is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1490 ratings.

Flash Study ($0.99 → Free, 1.5 MB): Study anytime, anywhere with your own set of digital flash cards with this educational app. It’s the perfect app for anyone looking to get a little studying in whenever they can.

What makes Flash Study a great educational tool is that it’s clean and easy to use. You won’t find a ton of unnecessary features to dig through here. Just create a deck and start adding cards with questions and answers. You’re able to create as many decks and cards as necessary. Then when it’s time to study, you’ll be shown the question and the answer can be accessed with a swipe. If you were correct, you can check it off your list. If not, you can leave it unchecked and come back to it.

Flash Study is available for free today only (09/08). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 11 ratings.

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