App Review | The Daily Star
  • Streamlined Note-taking

    Managing physical notes is tough at times as there are many chances of losing them or not being able to access them immediately when necessary. If you're someone who finds it difficult to keep track of notes, then Evernote is for you.

  • A Monochromatic Puzzle Game

    Good puzzle games are an absolute blessing and “yellow” is an app which delivers such a blessing quite beautifully.

  • Are you curious?

    If you are someone who is curious to know about all the random things going on around you, Curiosity is just the app for you. Do you want to know which photos won the science photography competition in 2018? Or perhaps, you want to read up on how origami is revolutionising the world of electronics. Curiosity has you covered.

  • Knowing what you are feeling

    Are you confused about your life? Do you want to know why you can't make more informed decisions like whether you should wear red pants with a red t-shirt? Are you struggling with your job or your love-life? Then this app is perfect for you, sort of.

  • One password to remember them all

    Today's rising security threats has all of us setting up different passwords for our various social media accounts, and it can be quite a hassle to remember so many passwords.

  • Learn languages

    Are you enthusiastic about learning new languages? Are you, perhaps, a film connoisseur who likes watching foreign lingual movies? Or


    Tired of seeing your guitarist friends show off their guitar tuning apps? Are you new at this musical instrument business and don't know how to tune your four-string hipster magnet?

  • Run for your life

    “Zombies, Run!” is a rather dramatic shift to a regular running app, with engaging zombie apocalypse based storylines. It's basically designed to make running more motivating since the thrilling missions are engrossing and help a user run accordingly.

  • Relaxing sounds for every mood

    Imagine yourself lying on the beach, listening to the gentle lapping of the waves. Or perhaps, you light a campfire on a cold winter night in the forest listening to the owls hooting over the crackle of burning

  • Set. Follow. Achieve.

    At the beginning of each year, I see people around me setting goals like “Will fight two tigers with bare hands” and it makes me feel bad about making certain life choices (i.e. keeping them around me).