Bored to death? Don’t know how to continue with your ephemeral existence in absence of mobile app builder free software time-wasters? Didn’t do your underwear this week because you were lazy to do so? Other existential question that leads to damnation is bothering you? Don’t worry, all you need to do is make popcorn, relax, avoid too much salt and read on. Maybe you will learn something in continuation. Maybe.
7. 8Tracks Playlist Radio
Another thing worth noticing: just like the myriad messaging mobile apps available on the mobile app market, there’s the same amount of music apps, which makes the choice of buying that much harder (and more time consuming). But, 8Tracks Playlist differs from other with its slick design (again), bold interface (again) and updated software kernel (not again!). While not being your typical mobile app builder free material from which other apps are made of, 8Tracks also has numbers and letters in its title, so it must be better than other similar apps without such semantic implementations. The conclusion here adheres to everything we previously said: the app supports Chromecast, and the new updated version sticks closer to conservative user satisfaction by fixing any previous bugs the app might had, and adding the ability of sorting through and with music numbers (or, as millennial refer to: tracks), and tagging everything you think is popular nowadays – like Nicky Minaj or Sarah Michelle Gellar (don’t know if she started singing, but it’s worth mentioning nevertheless).Our tradition of going sideways when explaining the pros and cons within a mobile app continues, and regarding the manner, check this out: 8Tracks also has a playlist option (as hinted in the title) which users can use to make, well, playlists (and upload them to YouTube or Google+ afterwards). Mobile app builder free presumptions aside, 8Tracks is worth having, at least for a while – when better apps take the market and you no longer have the need of the mobile software, or if radio cassettes make a comeback (like the vinyl hype not so long ago)in our ephemeral lives. Oh, and it’s free – yay!
8. Tasker 4.5
With robots slowly taking control over the decadent globe we all share our existence in, it is no strange that Tasker comes with a tool for automating your whole life data into a single interface which is – you guessed it – the Tasker itself. It is powerful (or so the people that’ve used it claim that is), recently it got upgraded to 4.5 (by recently, we mean over the course of the previous week from the time you’re reading this) and it provides users with mobile app builder free options, such as picking any location bugs, supporting Google Maps AVI v.2 and for the first time in the app’s history, enabling dragging and dropping as a new way of “doing things”. Searching a location was never an easy task, in fact, it was a gargantuan one (Gargantua being a literary figure from the ages of the renaissance movements), and with Tasker 4.5 all of your problems would dissolve into a nice, cold fusion of “doing whatever you wanted to do in the first place”, while you were living without the beauties this app offered. And now, Tasker in many things differs from its other counterparts: namely, it’s not free, and its design is not bold and slick (although, its interface is!); for as little as $2.99, Tasker will be yours and mobile app builder free headaches will indefinitely leave your four-walled room, searching for a better place to put their frustration chains on. Hint: if you don’t like Tasker, try Auto magic. You never heard that from us though.