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The 5 Apps We Love This Week

At Fueled, we often share an internal anthology of awesome new apps: Paper, Secret, Spark, SwiftKey Note, Genuis.


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.

Paper by Facebook

We're so excited about this beautiful app that Facebook recently launched. Paper integrates users' Facebook News Feeds with sections about their favorite topics in immersive, fullscreen designs. It's slick, gorgeous and makes the regular Facebook app look dated. We hope it catches on!



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We're calling it: this is going to be the next big thing. Secret is an app that allows your to connect and share what you're thinking and feeling with friends. The app kind of has a Post Secret vibe; all posts are free of names or profiles. The more people that love your posts, the further they spread across the platform. It's a great looking app and highly addictive.



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Spark is a very simple and beautiful HD video app. We love the innovative editing features and the clean, simple UX. With only a handful of filters, photos and video on Spark look natural.


SwiftKey Note

SwiftKey Note is one of London's top rated apps that enables quick note taking by utilizing autocorrect and next-word predictions based on the way you have used words in the past. Last week, SwiftKey teamed up with Evernote to get its first app onto iOS. And the best part yet? It's free!

SwiftKey Note

Genius by Rap Genius

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Genius by Rap Genius is here to help you become the coolest cat at karaoke. The app shows you all of the lyrics to your favorite songs and the meaning behind the rhymes. Available for now in iOS only.

Genius by Rap Genius

What new apps are on your radar?

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