Best Android iOS and Windows Apps Of The Week

The best apps of the week are, once again, back in In this quick guide to best apps i have 7 major apps that i felt are worth trying so in this edition i have selected seven applications for major platforms: iOS, Android, OS X and Windows. Hope you guys find these apps worth trying and entertaining. With no more delay here they are.

1.Steve-The jumping dinosaur game (IOS)

screen322x572 Remember the simple but fun game that appears in Google Chrome when it is impossible to load a page full? Steve is precisely a version of the same game for iOS. Lives in our widget (facilitating access), and soon will add support full-screen.

2.Yeti (IOS)

2369612_larger If you are looking for a simple notes manager and, at the same time versatile iOS Yeti is one of the best alternatives you can be found. Under a seemingly simple interface, various modes of entry (voice, picture, text, etc.) and real-time synchronization with Google Drive hide, keeping safe all our annotations.

3.ChetaSheet (OS X)

43222This small utility will be of great help for advanced computer or old school. ChetaSheet offers, by constantly pressing a key, a small table with all keyboard shortcuts that allow the application in which we live. A very similar mechanism to which Apple has already introduced iOS.

4.Hocus Focus (OS X)

Screen-Shot-2015-02-01-at-04.43.40This utility for OS X tries to reduce the number of possible distractions while working. To do this, Hocus Focus minimizes all windows we have in the background to avoid distractions and increase the level of concentration on what we are doing on the main screen. A simple utility whose effects can be extraordinary.

5.MailTime (iOS, Android)

MailTime-Email-App-1 In this wave of attempts to revolutionize email, MailTime is postulated as one of the most solvent applications. Its main focus is to convert all email conversations in a chat messaging, simplifying and enlivening email.

6.Palabre (Android)

unnamedIf you are looking for a manager RSS news (through Feedly), Palabre is one of the most complete solutions we can find in the store. In addition to offering various integrations with services like Pocket, Palabre displays the contents in a very pleasant and modern interface. Impossible not to include it in this selection of best apps of the week.

7.Trakter (Windows)

Trakter windows appTo manage multiple episodes of the series we follow, there is no application that exceeds Trakter in Windows. As its name suggests, it is synchronized with the service, and also is one of the few universal applications (PC and mobile) of your niche.