Girl, you looks good! Won’t you back that app up? Call me Big Daddy when you back that app up. Don’t be juvenile when you back that app up and move forward in your mobile freedom with these three phat new apps…
Lyrics4Tube – Lyrics Player | Free | Android
In case you missed the lyrical reference above, or might like to quote some of your favourite dirty throwback tracks, then Lyrics4Tube is the dopest new joint on the market. Operating in tandem with YouTube, Android Music Player, Winamp and LastFM, you’ll basically accrue your very own karaoke player on the go. Instantly peep the lyrics to the freshest cuts in the game and save the videos and lyrics to your library. Currently in the Beta stage, Lyrics4Tube isn’t guaranteed to reach full fruition, but your feedback could help launch it to the top of the charts.
Notograph | $1.99 | iOS
These days people are more shutter happy with their camera phones than Austin Powers on a modeling shoot. Not solely for the purpose of Instagramming our meals, snapchatting or cataloguing every move our pets make – the camera has become a source of reference. Dubbed as “the camera for everything else,” Notograph is the fastest photo-based memo source out there. Rather than writing down that important phone number or actually remembering where you parked the car, Notograph grabs that shot as soon as you can press the app icon. Most notably, these visual memos won’t end up in your photo roll with your other pics. Organized just the way you want it in a separate folder, you can also instantly sync to Evernote for your offline referencing convenience.
Video Pro | $1.99 | BlackBerry
Lagging largely behind its mobile competitors at an app-allingpace, there seems to suddenly be a sweet contender for video crazed Berry-ites. Video Pro is an on-the-go video editor that allows users to edit their BlackBerry 10 vids in real time. Add filters and textures, colour effects and logos while you record. Dim your screen in “Privacy Mode” and capture screen shots in real time if you’re perhaps shooting something you shouldn’t be. While we don’t advise you to employ this app for any funny business, it may just push the boundaries of the average Berry user.