Interesting New Apps for Android and IOS
There are so many new apps launching every day. It gets hard to keep track of which ones failed their purpose and which are actually nice.
We’ve created a small list of recent app launches that we think are amazing.
You’ll be presented with an example, followed by a partially finished piece of code. When starting out, you’ll be able to pick from blocks containing elements of code to finish the full piece.
2. Google Tasks
Whilst Google Task is basically a simple task manager app, it is extremely useful for those who use Gmail or Google Calendar as it synchronises with G Suite. Google Tasks works with easy-to-understand cards, including subtasks, due dates, and additional notes.
However, as mentioned before, Google Tasks’ power is derived from the synchronisation with G Suite apps. If a due date is created in a Google Task card, it will automatically be added to your Google Calendar.
Google Tasks is also integrated with your Gmail, so it can be used on your desktop. It can be found on your right-hand sidebar. Rearranging tasks is done by simply dragging them into a different position.
Google Tasks is still a very simple app, with few multifaceted functionalities. For example, the app does not allow you to share cards with others or to make tasks recurring. Nevertheless, the app is useful and it is likely to grow into something that can be used at company levels.
3. Do Not Disturb Companion
Do Not Disturb Companion is consistent with both a Mac and iPhone app that will help you check whether your laptop is still closed and disconnected. The app is useful if you find yourself leaving your MacBook unaccompanied at times.
If your laptop gets opened, the iPhone app will show a notification. After such a notification, you are able to activate your MacBook’s camera to see who is active on your laptop.
Additionally, you can set up the MacBook app in such a way that it logs all activities on the laptop while it is deemed ‘unaccompanied’. Also, via the iPhone app, you can shut down the MacBook, and activate possible disk encryption to secure your data.
The app is developed by Digita Security, a company owned by former NSA employee Patrick Wardle. You can try the app for free for one week, after that it will cost $0.99 monthly or $9.99 annually.
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