Best picks of the new free mobile apps

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MOBILE PHONE APPS: Some are more useful than others.

GETTING bored of swiping left on Tinder, Facebook sponsored adverts or Instagram’s new constant suggestion for content? Maybe some of these mobile apps would suit you better!

Through a lens

RTRO is a vintage camera app with various stylish retro looks that you apply to your videos. These range from distressed VHS fuzz to subtle colour shifts and film grain. Shooting is simple, and you can capture up to 60 seconds of video across multiple shots, before sharing your miniature masterpiece with your social network of choice.

Voice Changer

CHANGE your voice and have fun listening to your modified voice!

Record your voice, apply effects, and share them with your friends.

The app Includes more than 40 effects: Helium, robot, giant, backwards, monster, extraterrestrial, zombie, alien, squirrel, drunk… and many more!

Share recordings on message apps or create an image with the sound. You can even set them as a ringtone.

Ready, steady, bake

RISE covers every aspect of making sourdough! It includes great recipes, makes planning and scheduling easy, and serves as a baking journal.

Rise syncs across all devices and supports sharing recipes and photos with others. Beginners can use our easy to follow recipes and articles, while experts can use Rise’s powerful editing tools (baker’s percentages, hydration, scaling, and more) to perfect their bread.

We hope you enjoyed this article “Best picks of the new free mobile apps”.

You may also wish to see our previous selection of apps here.

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