Mobile applications are part of many of the actions of our day. With more or less utility, the truth is that those who use smartphones have applications that they do not give up. To increase this role, we bring some more suggestions.
The choices fall on free or subscription apps, but of great quality in the segment they cover. Come meet.
Polycam - 3D Scanner
Polycam - 3D Scanner is an app that promises to create high quality 3D models from any Android device. Just take several photos of an object and wait for the software to do the rest.
Femia: Menstrual Calendar
For those who are thinking about getting pregnant or simply want to track their menstrual cycle, this is a complete app, with information related to symptoms, possible health problems, calendars and even graphics related to the fertile period.
Kingdom is an app that aims to be an aggregator of all your expenses and income. A place where you can have cards, expenses and income associated in a single app in order to understand where you are spending more during the month and where, eventually, you can make cuts to increase your savings.
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Marine Traffic shows near real-time positions of ships and yachts from around the world. The app is connected to the largest network of AIS receivers and covers most major ports and shipping routes.
Headspace: Meditation and Sleep
Today it is rare the moment when our brain is not receiving stimuli. However, stopping is essential for good ideas to emerge and for us to really have a moment of rest.
Meditation apps have already proved to be essential for many users and this could be the ideal time to start meditating and improve your quality of life.