Weekly App Round Up 16/07/14

Welcome to this week's Weekly App Roundup! Each week we'll be shining a light on the latest and greatest apps available for your phones and tablets. This week we're taking a look at a great iPhone game that' finally come to Android and the coolest voice recorder out there! 

By Alex Choros

Welcome to this week's Weekly App Roundup! Each week we'll be shining a light on the latest and greatest apps available for your phones and tablets. This week we're taking a look at a great iPhone game that' finally come to Android and the coolest voice recorder out there! 

Bicolor
$1.99
iOS

Bicolor is a little tricky to explain, but it's easy to understand once you play through the tutorial. Each level in the puzzle game presents the player with a mess of numbers. These numbers indicate how many spaces a square can be dragged around for. Dragging the squares around will change the level from one colour to the other, with the goal ultimately being to make it just one tone. Instead of including screenshots below, I've embedded the trailer because it helps explain the game. While this might not make much sense, once you get the hang of it Bicolor, it becomes an addictive little gem.

 

Wayward Souls
$7.49 (iOS), $4.97 (Android)
iOS, Android

While Wayward Souls has been out on iOS for a couple of months, it's now made its way over to Android. Wayward Souls is an action-adventure dungeon crawler with randomised levels and permanent death. It features quick, twitch-based combat similar to the Dark Souls series, where tactics and timing all matter. Despite the challenging gameplay, the touch screen controls have been implemented really well, and Wayward Souls is a highly enjoyable game.

Take Creative Vocal Recorder
Free
iOS

Take Creative is a voice recorder from Propellerhead, the makers of popular digital audio workstation Reason. As you might assume, given the developer's credentials, Take Creative is more than just a simple voice recorder. The app allows users to record up to three separate vocal tracks per project, and apply separate effects to each one. In addition, users set the BPM and customise a backing beat, whether it's a metronome or drum machine. Propellerhead also have an iPhone synth app called, Figure. It's way too much fun.
Take Creative

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