Most Entertaining Apps of 2018
These apps aren’t for passing time — they’re for making the most of it. Tune in, zone out, and make the world your stage when you’re at home or on the go.
Want to add moving steam to coffee in that brunch pic? Or a flying hummingbird to that landscape? Integrate living elements into your photos with this “cinemagraph” creator. It’s our newest simple pleasure, and a surefire to stand out in a feed.More Info
Color by number was one of the year’s biggest app trends, and No.Draw truly stood out from the pack. Choose from a robust picture library (themes range from zoo animals to food to science), or turn your own image into pixel art. Relax a little extra with the help of a paint bucket.More Info
The self-proclaimed “TV of the Internet” boils down the noise of the web into a daily curated collection of videos, handpicked by humans. You can keep it light with the “Memes” and “LOL” channels, or expand your horizons with “Learn Something” or “Making Stuff.”More Info
When Musical.ly and TikTok merged, a new social media superstar was born – with a massive global community and new features like interactive filters and “reactions.” Watch and share bite-size performances of music, (lip-synced) comedy, dancing, and more.More Info
Scout FM (formerly Subcast) delivers podcasts radio-style. Browse stations like “People Stories” and “Daily News” to hear the latest episodes of a range of podcast series, swiping from podcast to podcast. Leave an episode midway, and Scout will save your place.More Info
Create animated photos, motion images, moving pictures & double exposure GIF