Article in Under the Hood category.
The 5 Apps Fueled Loves This Week
At Fueled, we often share an internal anthology of awesome new apps: ESPN FC, Acorns, Vango, SnapDash, Superb
At Fueled, we often share an internal anthology of awesome new apps. As mobile developers, we’re lucky to hear about and download innovative new apps every day that make our lives easier, entertain us, or keep our eyes and hands busy in awkward situations.
Here’s what’s on our radar.
In a continuation of the "unbundling" trend set by Facebook and Foursquare earlier this year, ESPN has released a World Cup and soccer focused version of their flagship ScoreCenter app. Follow every game, starting with the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The app includes video highlights and coverage from all the major club teams in the world.
As we recently mentioned, are excitedly waiting for the launch of Acorns. The app, which is currently in beta, automatically rounds up everyday purchases to the nearest dollar and invests the difference into a diversified portfolio.
Vango is your own personal art curator that helps you find the perfect piece of original artwork for that space on your living room wall you've been meaning to fill. The beautifully designed app even allows you to visualize what the art would look like scaled to your space.
This silly app blends together selfies, charades, and improv to turn every photo into a performance. Select from a list of categories to receive a randomly generated posing idea. Think prompts like, "The bottom half of your bossy is in an alligator's mouth!" or "You're trapped in a flooded basement!" The results are pretty hilarious.
Suberb is a location based app that allows users to share their favorite locations in their city. Collect, organize, and recommend spots and tips with friends. The UX is solid, we hope this app catches on.
Find Mary Hurd's Google Plus profile here: Google