Available On: iOS, AndroidPrice:
Free (with subscription charges)Publisher: Amazon Amazon’s Instant Video iOS app introduced high-definition streaming earlier this week, bringing it in line with its counterparts on the Fire Phone and various Fire tablets.
It looks like the retail giant is getting the service in order ahead of Top Gear trio Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May’s debut in 2016.
Available on: iOS, Android, Windows PhonePrice: FreePublisher: WhatsApp, Inc A new and improved version of WhatsApp arrived on iPhone this week, and it’s a hell of a lot better than its predecessor.
Other new features include backup for video chats, infinite scrolling, improved VoiceOver support, and an improved design for cropping images and videos.
Available on: Android, iOSPrice: FreePublisher: Numerous Numerous is a handy little app for keeping track of “the most important numbers in your life” in a single place.
If numbers are your thing, you won’t find a better app.
Available On: iOSPrice: Free (with in-app purchases)Publisher: Gousto Gousto combines two services, serving as a cookbook with ten new recipes per week and an online store you can purchase the ingredients from.
All ingredients are sourced from local farms and suppliers, and customers will only be sent the exact qualities they need to prevent waste.
Available on: Android, iOS, Windows PhonePrice: FreePublisher: Viber Not wanting to be outdone by WhatsApp, rival service Viber rolled out new apps for iOS and Android devices this week, complete with a range of additional features.
Cross-platform syncing across desktop and mobile has also been improved and the iOS version now includes native iPad support.
Gousto is our app of the week. Combining recipe suggestions with food shopping is a simple, yet effective idea, that we think will whet the appetite of foodies everywhere.