At Apple's annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) last week, the tech giant unveiled the 2016 Apple Design Award winners. This year, 12 apps took home this prestigious award and man, are they cool!
I've already shown you the Game Design winners, but I couldn't stop there. I had to let you know about five more great apps I think you'll love. Here it goes!
Move over WebMD, Complete Anatomy is being called the best medial app there is. And that's because the free iPad app is loaded with 3-D models of the entire human anatomy that you have to see to believe.
If you're helping the kids study, or just want a really awesome app to learn and explore the human body, this is the app to do it with.
Made specifically for filmmakers and media pros, Frame.io is a video collaboration app that lets multiple people work on one video project in one place - not scattered over Dropbox, Vimeo, email and other platforms.
It also has comprehensive editing features that let you edit video, make annotations, communicate clearly with timestamped comments, and much more. Watch the video below to see Frame.io in action.
Auxy Music Creation
Aspiring musician? With the free Auxy Music Creation app you can create your own songs by looping drum beats and synth sounds, drawing notes to make melodies, and more. You can also record your music so you can make your own album.
Microsoft Word is the standard document editor to use, but not everyone is a fan. That's where Ulysses comes in. This new app, available for iPhones, iPads and Macs is a text editor that prides itself on its focused approach. By making the app easy to use, there are less distractions, which means you can get back to writing that masterpiece novel you've always wanted to get published.
Ulysses also has some cool features you can't get with Word, like the ability to automatically sync your document to the cloud, transform your document into a PDF, HTML, or even send your drafts to other publishing apps such as Medium.
These features come at a price however. Ulysses costs $45.
You've created a to-do list or two in your life, but have you created a to-do list that encourages good habits like exercising, reading a book, reducing your coffee intake or quit smoking cigarettes? Streaks is the new app that does just that, and to make things even easier, it's compatible with the Apple Watch.
All you need to do is set your goals and Streaks will keep track of the tasks completed. How long will your streak be?