Looking for a way to organise your massive collection of selfies pictures of you and your friends? Trying to break into the music scene with the voice of an angel, more specifically a tone-deaf, three-pack-a-day angel? Just want to get a feel for the world without ever putting on pants? This week’s offering of iPad apps has you covered, whatever your dream may be.
WideAngle: You take more photos than ever these days. So do all of your friends. But where are all of those photos? You never look at them because they’re scattered across the Internet abyss. WideAngle can help. Free.
Tunable: Chromatic tuners are a necessity for essentially any musician, but as far as features, there’s only so much you can do with a tuning app before it turns into something else. Or so you’d think. Tunable keeps tuning its main job, but it offers realtime visualizations of just how terrible your pitch is, and it even charts your progress over time. And sure it’s not the first to offer visuals, but it certainly seems to do it better than the rest. $0.99.
Urban World Always dreamed of travelling the world but limited by funds, time, or any other number of potential pitfalls of daily life? The McKinsey Global Institute has you covered. A mere swipe across the globe will give you economic and demographic data on cities, countries, and even entire continents. So whether you’re a student doing research or a homebody with transcontinental drams, you’ve got your solution right here. Free.