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The finest android apps curated by humans

SimpleMind – the art of mind mapping

The mind is a curious place with thoughts on everything that makes us what we are. The idea of mind mapping is to note down important ones and keep adding related ideas, tasks, links and just about any material to it. Mastering mind maps is less of a science and more of an art that is built up over experience.

SimplyMind brings mind mapping to mobile phones. Nothing could be more convenient than capturing thoughts as they occur.


SimplyMind
Developer: ModelMaker Tools
Category: Productivity
Google Play Rating: 4.4
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Simply Piano – a music tutor that listens

Learning music is one of those rare skills which require a human tutor to master it. Technology has always been trying to help but complex setups like midi cables and computers have made it clumsy.

What if technology could just listen to our playing like a teacher and guide us through lessons. Enter Simply Piano, a personal piano tutor who listens to your playing and guides you through lessons.


Simply Piano
Developer: JoyTunes
Category: Music & Audio
Google Play Rating: 4.5
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Bose QC20 – The price of quiet in a noisy world

What if the world was a little bit quieter, would you be more productive?

If you are the kind of person who craves some quiet time for work or creativity, you would be disappointed with today’s open office plans and chatty work culture.

There is an answer, noise canceling or more precisely noise reduction technology has matured enough to be effective, compact and affordable, but more about affordability in a minute.


Bose QC20
Maker: Bose Corporation
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18 fresh & new android apps for February

We stumble across new apps every week. Many of them may not be chart-busters but noteworthy and interesting nevertheless. This month we showcase the best of the new and notable apps from the last 30 days. With no further delay, check the February list below:

The Blog: TheAppcurators.com
List Source: Brite.li – the curated web

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Do large screen phones mean more productivity?

We’ve been small screen fans for ages until one of us started commuting longer distances on public transport.

Though buses and trains take the traffic stress out of your life we are left with a small void of time to fill with something other than commute noise and radio chatter. Its the perfect time to reflect on the day and priorities, or take some time to chalk out  an outline for your next blog post.

If you happen to be serious enough you can also manage reviewing/reading documents, and even attend virtual meetings on the go. That’s what road warriors are all about.

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Hangman – re-imagined, hand-drawn and beautiful

Just when we though we knew everything about the classic word game from our childhood. Fusion Game Studios re-imagined it for for a phone. To keep up with the classic status the app uses beautiful hand-drawn illustrations, complete with a sketched up keyboard which is gorgeous to use. Available in 3 languages with many game modes. Guess those words before the hangman springs into action. Another good to have game on your phone.
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The Hangman
Developer: Fusion Game Studios
Category: Word
Google Play Rating: 4.5
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Vertigo racing on android

Drive vintage cars at break neck speeds as the surreal scenery rushes by. To help you cope with the whizzing speed, the car steers itself while the player has to brake and accelerate with just a touch. Jumps, skids, dashes are all part of the gameplay. Simple controls and beautiful graphics make this a must try game for the month.
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Vertigo Racing
Developer: CHILLINGO
Category: Racing
Google Play Rating: 4.5
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Is the OnePlus 3 the most pocket friendly flagship?

Continuing our hunt for the best flagship phone of 2016 we look at the OnePlus 3. If this is any indicator of what’s coming up, then we do feel excited about the mobile phone future. OnePlus managed to stuff in a humongous 6GB of RAM, powerful processing and pretty much every flagship feature at a pocket friendly price.

OnePlus 3
OnePlus 3
OxygenOS based on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820
5.5″ Quad HD 1080 x 1920 (401 ppi) AMOLED
6GB RAM, 64GB
No microSD support
Camera: 16MP
Battery Capacity: 3000 mAh,

One of the most loaded phones of 2016

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Unplugged: amazing music machines

Unplugged is a weekly column to unplug from the digital world. This week we feature Wintergatan a Swedish folktronica band from Göteborg. Their unique blend of machines and music makes such a splendid unplugged listening experience. We cant make up our mind about which one is more unbelievable the amazing machines or the beautiful music made from it.

>www.wintergatan.net    >Read more on Wikipedia   >Youtube playlist

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