Here’s another roundup of apps created using Xcode7 and Swift 2 with a bit of guidance from The Complete iOS9 Developer Course. It’s really great to see lots of apps submitted this month. The only down side is that I can only cover a small number of them. All apps here are available on the Apple App Store.
T Zee Bird
Could this be the new Flappy bird? It’s a top down game where you have a birds eye view (no pun intended) and you only have two directions where you move your bird either left or right to avoid formations of birds which comes from the other direction.
A very simple game which is enjoyable and addictive but best of all it’s FREE and available from the App Store.
Leaflets is a very interesting social networking app with an interesting concept! You can post articles based on categories or interests like food or gaming. The interface is really clean and well designed. It’s going to be interesting to see how this app evolves as the user base increases.
Definitely worth taking a look.
There’s quite a lot of word games available but what sets Letter Grab is a little different. The author describes it as “playing hangman… on an air hockey table… where letters avoid you, and often get in the way”.
So the app not only exercises the brain but tests your patience as well. You can have a look at Letter Grab from the App Store.
Do you want to keep track of the number of times you drink a glass of water a day? Or the number of pages you intend to read in a book? Maybe you intend to exercise daily and intend to perform a number of pushups or situps? If so this app is for you!
The app allows you to setup your habits and set a number for that habit where you can record the number of times you have engaged in that activity. Quite a useful app to track your goals or habits. Check it out here!
FMC or Find My Car is an app which allows the user to store certain locations which you can recall later. The intention is if you have to park your car in a place you’re not familiar with, you can use the app to save the location and navigate back there later on.
So quite useful if you in unfamiliar territory. FMC is available from the App Store.
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