The Play Store and the App Store are a good thing: they offer exciting programs with which smartphones can, for example, turn into fitness trainers, help learn vocabulary or convert the mobile device into a virtual guitar teacher. . But finding real pearls can take time. The range of apps on offer is so huge that the overview is quickly lost – the program suggestions organized on the app’s start-up screens and the Play Store are rarely helpful.
This is where the heise universe comes into play: our editorial teams regularly scour virtual marketplaces in search of treasures of free and paid software and put exciting finds to the test. The resulting review articles give you a well-founded insight into the usefulness of installing or even purchasing an app.
This article brings together the results and knowledge of ten apps themed tests, guides and market insights and divides them into three core areas: health and lifestyle offerings, leisure and leisure mobile programs. and learning applications. The featured programs provide more variety in the kitchen, provide you with cool radio plays, give music lessons, accompany you on the photo safari and explore the night sky, and act as fitness and yoga trainers.
- Access to all heise + content
- proprietary testing, advice and history: independent, well-founded
- Read c’t, iX, MIT Technology Review, Mac & i, Make, c’t photography directly in your browser
- register once – read on all devices – can be canceled monthly
- first month free, then â¬ 12.95 per month
- Weekly newsletter with personal reading recommendations from the editor
Start the month FREE
Start your FREE month now
Already subscribed to heise +?
Sign up and read
Register now and read the articles right away
More information about heise +