With over a million apps out there and more launching every day, it can be tough to keep track of them all.
Luckily, we've collected the best apps of the past month so you can find something new to try out.
From time-saving productivity apps like Workflow to fun little games for passing the time like Bloks, you're bound to find something you like.If you like Dots, Threes, or Tetris, you'll love Bloks.
Bloks is a simple and addicting little game that's great for passing time. The goal is to match four blocks of the same color in either a row or column by tapping and dragging individual blocks to switch their position.
Price: Free (iOS)
Nintype lets you type more than 100 words per minute.
Nintype is a keyboard app that combines swipes and double taps (for double letters) to make typing on your phone faster and easier, though you can always type normally if you'd like. There's also shortcuts for punctuation, emojis, saved texts, and hashtags.
Price: $4.99 (iOS)
Cloe is a concierge service that calls itself "Siri's smarter sister."
A mixture of Siri, Ethan, and Cha-Cha, Cloe comes in handy if you're looking for an answer powered by an actual human being. There's no literal app, instead you can simply text Cloe like you would a friend and ask her to help you find everything from a first-date spot to a place to board your dog.
Price: Free (sign up for wait list here)
Workflow is an incredibly powerful productivity app.
Workflow lets you customize your phone so that you can skip time-wasting tasks. By telling your phone what to do when it notices a certain action, you can instruct your phone to call an Uber before your next calendar appointment, upload your last photo to Twitter, and virtually any other string of actions you can think of.
Price: $2.99 (iOS)
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