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Best Apps of the Week March 15, 2019

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We’re taking a look at some of the best apps that recently arrived on the App Store. Our newest list includes a great way to create mind maps, an alternative to the official Apple Music player, and more.

Lighten 2

Lighten 2

XMind Ltd.

Mind Maps Made Easy

A perfect way to jump into the world of mind mapping, Lighten 2 features a number of great ways to start. Along with digital maps, you can even hand draw a map and then scan it into the app using an iPhone’s camera. Users can also take advantage of many other features to help create a perfect mind map.

Sathorn

Sathorn

Stephen Bodnar

An Apple Music Alternative

A third-party option to the official Apple Music client, Sathorn focuses on music discovery. Along with providing access to Apple Music Radio, and Beats 1, you can view what’s hot in 26 different countries and 18 music genres.

East of the Rockies

East of the Rockies

National Film Board of Canada – Office national du film du Canada

An Important History Lesson

The app is told from the perspective of 17-year-old Yuki who was forced from her home during World War II and placed in one of Canada’s Japanese internment camps during the war.

PS4 Remote Play

PS4 Remote Play

PlayStation Mobile Inc.

Game On

With the app, PS4 users can connect to their console anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection. Along with being able to display the PS4 screen on your iPhone or iPad, there is an on-screen controller available. You can also join voice chats with the microphone.

Heart Reports

Heart Reports

Viszt Peter

Making Better Sense of Health Data

The app allows users to create a report about heart health data from the Health app to share with a doctor if necessary.

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