Make your Fantasy come true
This week’s roundup includes a look at the new role-playing game, plus new photo-editing apps, an offering that makes your movies for you, and apps to help you get in shape. Read on!
Final Fantasy XV
Attention gamers: Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire (freemium, iPhone and iPad) has arrived on iOS. You can fight battles, build an empire, join or create your own guilds, and do so in a universe populated by other Final Fantasy players from around the world. The makers say: “Will your magic grow or do you stand to be defeated?”
Affinity Photo ($20, iPad) bills itself as “the first fully featured, truly professional photo editing tool for iPad.” It has support for unlimited layers, layer groups, adjustment layers, and more; the ability to edit live filters, adjustments, effects, blend modes and masks; and a host of other professional image processing features and tools.
Priime RAW (free to download, $3 monthly subscription, iPad) is designed “for photographers who need high quality and fast performance editing for RAW and high-resolution photos.” It includes “professional-grade” photo filters, an A.I. that makes style recommendations, and an array of other editing tools.
Canary Mail ($5, iPhone) is full of cool features: It lets you encrypt your email, get notifications when your sent email is read, pin important emails to the top of your inbox, and more.
Dribbble (free, iPhone and iPad) is a social network connecting designers around the world. The app lets users share their creations, see what their smartest peers are doing, and maybe even get hired for a cool new gig. The app is also available for use on Apple TV.
Flo (free, iPhone and iPad) is a video-editing app that edits the video for you. Version 2.0 features a couple of nifty features, including a voice assistant that lets you speak instructions—“make a video about my day at the beach”—after which the app’s artificial intelligence takes your raw video, puts music to it, and edits it with a filter to give everything a unified look.
mPaceLine (free, $15 for full access, iPhone and Apple Watch) is built for people who like stationary bike-based exercise, and want to measure every aspect of the experience: The length and intensity of the workout, as well as your heart rate.
Nike+ Training Club
Nike+ Training Club (free, iPhone) has added yoga to its list of guided workouts. “Featuring our master yogis, these flows are built to guide you through essential poses to advance your practice.” Just Namaste!
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