Top 5 best apps of the Week for iPad and iPhone

Top 5 best apps of the Week for iPad and iPhone


Apps to discover podcasts, translate words and offline scan documents. See these and other tips on our list:

  1. Aurora Discovery Podcast
    Podcast is a nice platform, but it’s hard to explore new options. The Aurora tries to solve this by facilitating the search for new podcasts. Besides being a player, he has personal recommendations (based on your taste) and service publishers.Download: Aurora Discovery Podcast (free)
  2. Linguee
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    The Linguee is a dictionary that supports multiple languages. The cool thing is that it in addition to providing translation, it usually brings the context of sentences in which the term in question is used. The app also works without connection, but loses this context resource. Still, it remains a good option for those traveling abroad and do not want to buy a foreign chip.Download: Linguee (free)
  3. Calendars 5

    The Calendars 5 is not a new app, but it’s free in the App Store for a limited time. It synchronizes tasks and appointments with Google Calendar. As a differential, it has a stylish, colorful interface and the ability to use natural language to create appointments, such as “play tennis every Tuesday and Thursday.”Download: Calendars 5 (free, but for a limited time)
  4. FineScanner
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    It is an app to scan documents. After taking a picture, you can still make a custom cut. Further, it makes the image as if it had been scanned. You can save the files locally or in various cloud services like Box, Dropbox and Google Drive.The download is free and only allows single scan. In the paid version, which costs $ 4.99 monthly or $ 19.99 yearly, there is text recognition (OCR), intelligent way to scan books and function to protect scanned files in PDF format and include password.Download: FineScanner (free)
  5. Facebook Messenger
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    Facebook Messenger went through an update this week that allows voice conversations in a group with up to 50 people – which, face it, should be a big mess. The feature can be good for those who have no patience for Skype and already have the app installed on your smartphone.

    Download: Facebook Messenger (Free)

Do you have any suggestions? Leave your tip in the comments!

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