It seems that applications are invented for each of our steps: we wake up with them, eat, have fun, meet, and play sports.
- Infant Crying Translator
With an accuracy of 92%, the Infant Crying Translator application defines 4 reasons why newborn babies cry: from hunger, from pain, because they want to sleep, or because their diapers are wet. Over time, the accuracy decreases, but even at 4 months, it is 77%. For the development of the application, the creators analyzed 200,000 records with the cries of newborns.
- YouCam Makeup
YouCam Makeup offers several options for instant makeup, if you need to take a selfie but have no makeup. The program easily recognizes facial features, adjusts to them, corrects minor skin imperfections, applies tone, and tints eyes and lips.
The Movesum application will mercilessly transform every cake we eat into the number of steps that we need to take to get rid of the calories these cakes gave us. On the other hand, measuring miles in cookies is quite funny. In the pedometer, you can also set a goal to walk a certain number of steps per day.
- The Streaks
The Streaks app helps you form good habits and get rid of bad ones. Some of them, such as “drinking more water” or “spending time in the fresh air” are already in the app. Just add your own ones, for example, “to learn Japanese.”
- Augmented reality can be used not only when chasing Pokémons but also for much more practical purposes. The IKEA application allows you to place the furniture in your virtual apartment.
- The Eat This Much – Meal Planner app will successfully replace your personal nutritionist. It will offer a daily, weekly, or monthly meal plan depending on your personal parameters, and the number of calories you want to consume and will suggest specific recipes. The service allows you to adjust your food preferences. For example, if you do not like a product, like eggs, mark it, and the application will no longer offer you egg dishes.
- Surprisingly, today there is no need to leave the house to learn more about the world, learn a new language, or go to lectures at the most famous universities in the world. The Khan Academy app, noted by Bill Gates himself, allows you to listen to 3000 lectures about everything from taxes to cellular breathing.
SoundHound can instantly recognize melodies that sound around us. To identify the song and read the text, you need to press just one button. The music does not have to sound professional; you can sing the motive yourself.
Funny application RunPee will help not to miss the important moments of the film if you suddenly need to go to the toilet. Or buy popcorn. Or call urgently. The program is synchronized with the beginning of the session, and the vibration signals when you can safely go and do your business, as nothing important will happen in these few minutes anyway.
- The Signal application
It is unlikely that special services are interested in you at the moment, but it is not very pleasant to realize that your private correspondence can be read at any time without much effort. The Signal application is used by politicians and businessmen; it is recommended by special agent Edward Snowden and Time magazine.
- Metal detector
Thanks to the magnetometer in the smartphone, this application turns it into a rather sensitive metal detector. It can only detect magnetic metals, for example, iron, steel, and cast iron.
Probably, everyone has already heard about Pure. The mission of the application is to satisfy this world sexually. The app shows those who are in close proximity. Pure entered the top 5 most unusual dating applications. If a person has not posted own photos or has cheated in some other way, they will block access to the service.
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