TOP 6 MOST RIDICULOUS APPS YOU’LL EVER SEE
Rewind: Music Time Travel
Music is nothing without the history that is associated with it. So all of the music from the 1960s 70s 80s is very significant and is very much a part of our lives today. So this next app will help you Re-discover or dive again head first into all of the different decades and all of the different music that came in those decades.
The name of the app is Rewind and it is labeled as a concept app that lets you time travel across different eras of Music. Starting for 2010 you can go back to the 1960s you can go back in time by tapping on the year and accessing the top albums top weekly charts artist interviews and all the songs that rock the world in that ear. There’s also their weekly Discover tab that shows you album anniversaries in the current week all the way from the 60s.
Next, you have a little game called Muse Request where you need to guess the name of an album by listening to a sample track and with a few hints there’s a new Quest every week. The only disadvantage of is this app is that you need to have a title subscription to listen to full songs and there is no support to use Spotify or any other app to listen to the music that you find in the app. However, you can bookmark the music within the app.
Data Monitor: Simple Net-Metre
Now even though 5G is a great thing with all of its caveats. The fact is that in terms of just using it regularly, we often forget the data caps that we have. And in order to help you manage that I have this app called Data Monitor. The app does exactly what it says it helps you measure your data usage and shows a weekly chart on the home page.
Further, it also shows you your data usage during the day with Wi-Fi or your mobile network. You can also set up a widget for the data Monitor and even set notifications when you cross the set limit you can also check the internet consumption on per per-app basis. And run Diagnostics if you find any problems with your internet connection and on top of all of this it comes with the material U interface which is always a good thing.
Artifact: Feed Your Curiosity
Next up we have an app that was created by the founders of Instagram and this app is related to news. The name of the app is the Artifact and it helps you get a more personalized experience out of your news reading habits. The Artifact uses AI and ml to understand your reading habits and provide you with a personalized news feed on the app. The Artifact app at startup lets you select 10 favorite topics and paid subscriptions if any.
Then you get a Sleek user interface that showcases articles from your interests an interesting feature is that it allows you to maintain a streak every day you use the app. There are also different reading levels and you start with beginner and then you move to other levels like learning them. You can also invite friends to artifact and see what’s trending in their reading space and not only do you understand your reading habits. But also help artifact understand the same and recommend better articles.
DINA: Personalised Weather
Now over the course of this year, the amount of times AI is mentioned across the internet has been increasing every day with chart GPT with Dali with stable diffusion with so many of the things that we see today. And AI will also be included in the discussion of whether every day when you open your weather app.
Because this next app is all about that. DINA Weather app claims to use artificial intelligence over the regular weather app functions. The app tells you what you need to wear or carry to tackle the weather that might come your way today. Based on the details that you enter while setting up the app you are suggested a few tips before you go on some of these including carrying Essentials like sunscreen an umbrella or a padded jacket.
You need to enter details like skin type height weight and even birth year since this app says that a few studies suggest that age plays a good role in how you feel in different conditions there’s a need interface to view the weather and it is as good as any reliable weather app. The app is completely free and comes without any ads.
Just Expense: Money Manager
Do you know the thing that takes the shortest amount of time from arriving at a place and then leaving it your salary in your bank account? That’s a problem that all of us go through and a little bit of expense tracking can help us loads in making sure that our savings are on track and we do not spend our salary in one go.
Today I have just the app for you the name of the app is just expenses the moment you open this app you find a list of areas where you spend your money on. In most money manager apps you need to enter a category where you spend the money on manually. Therefore this app was a refreshing change once you tap on a category it is quite easy to just log in and expense.
You also get a tab of an overview of all your monthly expenses further you also get to see statistics of the same. There are also features to set reminders for login expenses while most of the features are free some features are behind a paywall these include tracking expenses generating reports and advanced expense filtering.
Compress Image – MB to KB
Next up whenever we enter some offer information on a government application on a government side. One thing that keeps on coming up is that you need to reduce the size of the documents that you’re uploading as approved. That can be the most irritating thing but I have an app that will help you sort that. The name of the app is Compress Image the app does exactly what it says it simply compresses the images. it gives you a good amount of control over the compression.
You can either opt for a quick compress or choose among the options of low medium and high. Further you can also manually enter the file size that you want to achieve out of the compression. The app works extremely well and the good news is that all of the features are free to use but there will be some ads that will keep on coming up in the app and to remove that you can always get the premium version.