Best Apps Of The Week #22

Best Apps Of The Week #22

Here are the best apps Appszoom's expert editors have found this week.

We review a ton of apps every day, and many of them are pretty cool - but only a select few are awesome enough to earn the designation of our favorites. These apps are guaranteed great, from stunning visual design to slick performance to total originality. We know you're gonna love them.


Taptu is basically a highly-configurable news feed reader. You can select the sources you want to be featured in the main dashboard at your whim. Actually, you can even add social networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn...) to see at a glance latest posts in your timeline


Want to surprise your guests with fresh original cocktails? You'll find them in Mixology. Almost 8000 drink and cocktails recipes and 1300 to combine with are enough to find something you've never tasted before. Learn the names of the cocktails, find out how to make them among the recipes list or play the "random drink" feature if you don't know which one to choose.

Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy

This new take on Sky Gamblers, Namco's blockbuster from last year (more than 5 million downloads to date), brings the action to a near future and lets us fight against modern fighters... and aliens, Independence Day style.


Welcome to the most brilliant app you never knew you absolutely needed. Neither ironic joke nor parody, the Shatoetry app really does feature the one-and-only William Shatner reading poems of your own design. I can only recommend that you download it immediately.


To-do apps are a dime a dozen, but few invite the integration of short- and long-term goals the way MyEffectivenessHabits does. If you want to visualize how you might optimize your productivity towards what's really important to you, this is your app.

Haunted Night

In Haunted Night, it's past midnight and you are in a creepy foggy forest. You can't tell if you are awake or still in a nightmare. You just feel impelled to run away from that place, leave those scary creatures behind. The escape won't be easy though. The creatures of the forest will conspire to keep you there in an eternal lethargy.


We had enough with Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck destroying asteroids and saving the Earth. It's time to play the opposite. In Massteroid you take control over the asteroid. And the goal is, obviously, blowing up the planet.


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