The Week in iOS Apps: More from Marvel

This week's roundup of apps includes a new "brawler" game featuring the greatest heroes in the Marvel universe. Plus: Games, photo apps, and more.

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More from Marvel

This week’s roundup of apps includes a new “brawler” game featuring the greatest heroes in the Marvel universe. Plus: Games, photo apps, and more.



Automatic improves your driving experience by taking data transmitted from a sensor installed in your vehicle and displaying it on your iPhone. Its latest update lets you use and collect the car’s data even if you don’t bring the phone with you; next time you do bring the phone, you’ll be able to download the distance, fuel efficiency, duration and more data. 



Choosic has been described as “Tinder for music.” The app presents you with songs: You swipe right to like new songs and left to dislike them. The app learns your preferences over time, helping you discover new music from across the Internet.



The $1 Filters app offers more than 800 ways to transform the photos on your iPhone, including hand-painted textured overlays, colored gel overlays, and light leak effects that can be used individually or combined to create the precise effect you’re looking for.


Fit in Minutes

Fit in Minutes lets you choose from 10,000 workout possibilities to create five-minute workouts that developers promise will “help you lose fat, look and feel younger, get a flat stomach, or generally get leaner and tighten up.”



Holyvent is a lot like its predecessors in the recent explosion of live-video apps—Meerkat and Periscope being the most famous—but with a big twist: Multiple users at the same event can generate a multi-cam live broadcast for other users to watch.


Marvel Mighty Heroes

Marvel Mighty Heroes is a freemium four-player co-op that lets you brawl with some of the brightest stars in the Marvel universe: Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Spider-Man, and more, along with villains like Venom and Loki. You can join real-time battles, or take on a new set of missions each week.


The Trace

The Trace is a $5 murder-mystery game—a whodunit for iOS. “Discover clues, find the leads and reveal the proof, become a detective, solve the mystery and unravel your next case! Was it an accident or was it murder?” Good sleuthing!


WWE Immortals

WWE Immortals takes heroes whose physiques and abilities have tested the bounds of science and placed them in a supernatural setting. What if The Rock really was made of stone? Now you can find out.


Others of note

Todoist updated to Version 10.0 … Google Drive now automatically backs up photos from your iOS device’s camera roll.

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