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It is powered by ad revenue, with an optional monthly fee required to remove commercials and unlock the ability to skip and replay tunes as often as you like.
A day trial lets you take the Pandora Plus subscription for a test drive before deciding whether you want to buy it. The cream of the crop when it comes to iOS podcast players is Overcast.
Overcast makes downloading, subscribing, and listening to your favorites a breeze. With full CarPlay support and a robust feature set, this app is a must-have for anyone interested in listening to podcasts on-the-go.
Overcast Premium can be purchased at a yearly fee, which removes all advertisements. National Public Radio features the latest news from the U.
The NPR One app helps you create a customized flow of news and stories that cater to your specific interests, including noteworthy events from your local area.
The app and everything within it is ad-driven and free. Lengthy car trips can be tough, even more so with fidgety children growing bored in the back seat.
The Radio Disney app features music, interviews, and other content from kid-friendly artists. Most are accompanied by videos that can be viewed on an iPhone or tablet connected to CarPlay.
You aren't limited to those AM and FM radio stations within your signal range with the iHeartRadio app, which streams call letters from around the world.
Want to listen to sports radio on the other side of the country? Missing that classic rock station that provided the soundtrack for your last vacation?
You can also create personalized stations or listen to podcasts through the app, all available at no charge.
Paid subscriptions allow more flexibility, lifting the song skip limit, and letting you save and replay songs heard on the radio. By default, you get an Instagram-friendly square composition, but a button lets you cycle through a range of alternatives.
Quite a few of the animation styles result in questionable legibility. But work with some of the subtler options — and the rather nice backgrounds — and you can end up with a visually arresting video to share online.
Splice sits in a space between traditional movie-making software and quick-fix video editors. As with products geared towards quickly fashioning something for social networking, Splice is keen to get you started.
Select some videos or stills from your iPhone, drag to arrange the thumbnails, select an aspect ratio, and you essentially have an edit.
However, the app gives you plenty of options for taking things further. You can add titles, effects, text overlays, and audio. Individual clips can be trimmed, cropped, and have filters added to them.
Naturally, in-progress projects are saved so you can return to them later. Enlight Pixaloop enables you to animate your photos. Tap the play button and you get something akin to a cinemagraph — only based on a single still image, rather than dozens of shots or a video.
Some of those features work better than others, but the entire package is a great way to bring your photos to life.
It enables you to add custom soundtracks to videos — and all you need is a single finger. You can perform rehearsals using the viewfinder or with an existing video loaded from your Camera Roll.
Just messing about with the audio alone is fun, but it all properly comes together when making a video. Vue is a video editor whose initial incarnation was an odd mix of intriguing and ridiculous.
In short, it was designed to give you six seconds of fame by snapping an ultra-short video comprising three shots. Fortunately, Vue is relaxed a bit now — and all the better for it.
The app still prefers brevity, but will allow movies of up to three minutes in length and can load existing videos from your iPhone, too.
Clips is a video-editing app geared towards making content for sharing on social media. To that end, it eschews convention widescreen, standard titles, typical editing tracks and attempts to infuse plenty of fun into a streamlined, straightforward editing process.
You can record directly in the app or import existing videos. The former unlocks historical statistic graphics, head-to-head records against non-Swing users and unlimited analysis graphs for each session, while the Pro subscription adds video lessons from tennis pros and intelligent analysis of your performance that identifies key areas for improvement after each session.
You get five pre-defined routines to begin with, and you can use the iPhone part of the app to create your own custom ones from the clear and cute illustrations.
Late in , Apple introduced improved snowboarding and skiing tracking for the Apple Watch Series 3 and later. With Slopes you can track your speed, vertical, distance, lift vs trail time and more, getting the information you need right now on your wrist and sharing that data with the iPhone so you can analyze it later.
Slopes is very clever. It automatically detects runs and lifts, it can replay your runs in 3D with heat maps showing your speed on each bit of the run, and it even integrates with your photo library to automatically display photos you took on your skiing or snowboarding trips.
The ongoing love-fest between Nike and Apple continues to bear fruit: the latest iteration of the Nike Run Club app introduces some welcome improvements.
There are daily personalized picks based on your previous activity, flexible training plans to help you achieve your fitness goals, and tips from top trainers.
The app splits jobs between phone and Watch. By necessity as well as design that means focusing only on the information you really need right now, such as your heart rate and how many reps you still have to do before you can undo all your efforts with some cake and beer.
Everything in the app is free. The Apple Watch app is part of a wider offering for iPhone and iPad: it acts as a reminder and a coach, urging you to pick an exercise and focus on it for the allotted time.
It also has an SOS mode for when things feel too much and you need help instantly. They can help keep you healthy too. WebMD enables you to detail your medication schedules, with dosage information and the option to be reminded of what you need to take and when you need to take it.
It can also remind you of any prerequisites, such as whether you need to take your medicine with food or on an empty stomach.
You can read up on the side effects and precautions of specific pills or patches, find out if you need to go hiding from the flu or just catch up on the latest health and wellbeing news from various credible sources.
In a nice touch you can export your workouts from the iPhone app in GPX format, which can be imported into many other workout apps and sites. For example, something as simple as the stats display is available in a variety of sizes to suit different kinds of activity not to mention different levels of eyesight.
Information is power and if you're trying to lose weight, calorie tracking is a good way to stay focused. MyFitnessPal works out a daily calorie allowance based on how much weight you want to shed.
Eat a meal and your allowance is spent, take exercise and you earn credit. The Watch gives you a running total of remaining calories and how that breaks down into protein, carbohydrates and more.
It can integrate with your steps total so you don't have to add those manually. It's simple but convenient and helpful.
If walking's your thing, Walkmeter helps track your every step, showing your perambulations on a map and generating detailed graphs.
The Watch app has clear data reporting and you can start and stop a walk from your wrist using the Watch's Force Touch actions. Apple's own Workout app does a lot, but this app has more detail and the mapping detail on the iPhone is great.
There's a lot here, including training plans and announcements as you hit targets or distances.