All About Apps Winter 2021


We all enjoy apps that help us in our everyday life.

We found a handful that you might be interested in adding to your collection.

Be sure to check these out!


World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Free Rivers, Augmented Reality: With WWF Free Rivers, users can immerse themselves into an incredible virtual world. Through this in-depth experience, you can learn how wildlife, people and entire landscapes depend on healthy, flowing rivers. In addition to catching a glimpse into the lives of these incredible animals and people, you will also hear interactive stories about the WWF, and its impact on the environment. Available for iPhone and Android devices.

Aura: Get the sleep and rest you deserve and wake up rejuvenated with the Aura app. This app offers stories, hypnosis, music, and sounds to help those who may be sleep deprived or just need help relaxing. With Aura, you will find your peace every day. Available for iPhone and Android devices.


Yummly: Yummly is the smart cooking app that’s all about YOU! With customizable meal plans, personalized recipe recommendations, smart shopping lists with optional grocery delivery and more, Yummly is here to help you conquer your kitchen. Available for iPhone and Android devices.


Voila AI Artist Cartoon Photo: This little app turns your photos into stunning pieces of art by combining human’s creativity and artificial intelligence capabilities. The artful outcome can be as either a cartoon, Renaissance painting or a hand drawn caricature. Available for iPhone and Android devices.


Every Dollar: With the Every Dollar, app, users can budget with confidence and create a flexible plan for how they want to spend their money. Users enter their income, then the app does the math, planning for every dollar. The app will also create budgets, keep track of interest and payments, and assist users in paying off outstanding debts. Available for iPhone and Android devices.

Originally posted in the Freeman/Lozier Library’s quarterly newsletter, More Than BooksV. 25 No. 1, Winter 2021.

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