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10 Apps We Love at IntCore

  • By Rana
  • 08-02-2018
  • Software

Developers are usually used to developing many applications. One would think that some developers may not be impressed by any application because they’ve seen it or literally done something similar to it before, or at least presume they can code it, but that is not true. So, we asked our developers here at IntCore for applications they were impressed by or loved so much. And here is our list:


  1. Father.IO AR FPS (Rate: 4/5):

Artificial intelligence has been invading every part of the IT industry. It is no surprise that applications and games will be impacted as well. This game requires an inceptor to work the multiplayer mode. An inceptor is a device that turns your phone into a laser tag, where you can shoot your opponent (providing he has an inceptor as well). This game works with your phone camera, notifying you of nearby enemies and creating a real life battle field. You can gather your friends and start making teams and shooting each other in a real life augmented game. Check this link to see how it works:


  1. Slipstream Music (Rating: 3.9/5):

Ever been on a road trip and literally fought with all your friends over who plays DJ in the car? This application has democratized the whole thing by combining all your friends’ music playlists (even through sound cloud) and shuffling the music altogether to create a new unique playlist. You and your friends can also vote on which song to play next, allowing you to explore your friends’ music playlists. One key feature is that this application plays offline, so no worries about your internet data plan.


  1. Duolingo (Rating: 4.7/5):

Duolingo is an application that helps users learn new languages from the comfort of their homes. Users can learn English, French, German, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Hungarian, Italian, Japenese, Korean, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, and many more; with English and Spanish being the most learnt languages by users. There are over 10 million users to Duolingo today. The application is designed where it makes the users feel as if they’re playing a game, all while learning how to speak, listen and write. It starts with basic phrases, verbs and words and as you pass each level, the “game” gets harder. Each lesson consists of audios, texts and images to facilitate the learning process. Duolingo was Apple’s choice of the year application in 2013.


  1. Multi Measure Tool Kit (Rating: 3.9/5):

This application could replace that big drawer you have with DIY utilities and tools. This application includes a ruler which measures dimensions and angles; a speedometer which measures your average driving speed, travelled distance and current slope; a protractor; heart rate measuring; a thermometer; a battery tester; a metal detector which detects which type of metal you’re holding, and so much more. However, your phone needs to have a sensor for this application to work. What is unique about this application is that it gathers all these tools into one application; you do not need to download different applications for different tools.


  1. iWatermelon Deluxe (Rating: 3.2/5):

This application determines whether a watermelon is ripe or not, by thumping on the fruit. You need to place your phone’s microphone next to the watermelon and it will measure its ripeness for you. It helps you choose the best watermelon to buy. Skeptic? Well, you gotta try it yourself.


  1. Photomath (Rating: 4.7/5):

This application is what we all needed in 5th grade. It solves your math equations in seconds. All you have to do is take a picture of the mathematical problem, and it will solve it for you with step-by-step instructions. This applications supports arithmetic equations, integers, fractions, decimal numbers, roots, algebraic expressions, linear equations/inequalities, quadratic equations/inequalities, absolute equations/inequalities, systems of equations, logarithms, trigonometry, exponential and logarithmic functions, derivatives and integrals. Yes, we’re jealous of those 5th graders now.


  1. Fantasy Football Manager- FPL (Rating: 4.5/5):

FPL allows you to create your own real-life football team with a starting budget they give to you of £100 million. These players will earn you points according to matches they play in real-life. If they score goals or get cards. Whatever they get, your team gets. After each week, a board of the top teams is published. The application also lets you join mini-leagues between users. You can change your starting line-up and strategy however you want. You also get injury notifications for your players. Your objective is to build the best team and win as many matches, points and money as you can. Download it now and become the next Mourinho!


  1. Quick Dictionary (Rating: 4.5/5):

This is just your regular dictionary, but with a little twist. It lets you get the definition of any word without shuffling between the text you are reading and the dictionary application. All you need to do is click on the word in the browser and the meaning of the word appears. This application also works offline, thus saving a huge amount of time.


  1. KinScreen (Rating: 4.4/5):

Have you ever been reading something on your phone and your screen keeps turning off, so you turn it on again and type your password again, and it keeps happening several times till you just close whatever you’re reading? Well, this application solves this problem for you by turning on and off your screen according to your needs, so saving your batteries and not driving you crazy. This application detects your motion and calculating your active time to turn the screen on or off. No more touching the screen to stop it from timing out anymore.


  1. 7 Cups (Rating: 4.2/5)

This application is a substitute to therapists. It lets you speak with people who are experts in certain topics anonymously. If you just feel lonely or depressed for some reason, you can also choose to speak with a stranger about it. The best part is that it is free.


Let us know what your favorite applications are!