2020 has been a weird year when it comes to the world of tech, the pandemic has really affected a lot of issues of our society and has held back new developments and plans for expansion in the world of tech, but along the line, some companies broke the odds and released some apps, here are some of the best apps of 2020;
This app called Armoni Launcher (Placeholder1)third party launcher for iOS fans and apple enthusiasts in general. It’s a reasonably well designed replica of the iOS 14 launcher, it even includes support for iOS style widgets along side home screen setups and docks. Some other notable features are; simulation 3D Touch, a widget auto-reisizer showing almost any widget into an iOS widget, and the usual iOS stuff like dark mode and icon pack support. This launcher actually looks pretty, and is very decent looking and it’s a fun way to make you Android phone to seem like an expensive iOS phone.
Bibino Baby Monitor
Price: Free / $3.99 per month / $19.99 per annum
this is a rare and extremely effective new baby monitor app. It allows you to turn an Android device that you aren’t using into a totally functional baby monitor. Just install the app on both devices then pair them through the app. the second device acts as a video baby monitor while your primary phone receives the info. It supports both mobile data and Wi-Fi so you’ll check even when you’re not home. The app also includes an evening Light function for easier seeing within the dark and two-way audio support so you’ll sing to your child even when you’re not there. It requires a subscription service but as you can see from the prices above, it’s not that bad.
Price: Free / $4.99-$9.99 per month / $49.99-$99.99 per annum
Calendar.AI is actually a new calendar app for those people that really use calendar apps. It gears up most of its features toward business use and features a lot of features for things like meetings. There’s a sensible and well designed Schedule function that allows you to organize meetings better along side functions for things like meeting notes and a contact info function that allows you to get and jot down some reasonable insights about people (premium version only). In terms of pure functionality, it’s an honest calendar app. It supports a couple of different views (3-day, agenda, day, and week), features a clean, functional UI, and it’s native support for Zoom Meetings, GoToMeeting, WebEx, Microsoft Teams, even Skype and a whole lot of other apps..
this app called COVIDWISE is actually the official COVID-19 app for the state of Virginia (in the USA). It’s an honest example of Google and Apple’s Exposure API software. The app actually works within the background and keeps track of devices you interact with while other people’s devices keep track of you. If anyone the app tracks get COVID-19, the app sends out a notification to anyone the person may have contact with. It also alerts local governments in order that they can appropriately act also to identify the person. There are more of these apps in a lot of other places, but this is one of the best examples of a Covid19 app.