Top 5 Android and iOS apps of the week

Another week has flown by. Fans of dr. Who will be happy to know that there is a new Dr. Who game is available, if you can live with the ads and in-app purchase options. There’s nothing like the nostalgia factor in seeing a new generation of Dr. Who fans to fuel. No matter what plans you have for the weekend, we hope these apps can enrich your smartphone use. Join us as we explore the best Android and iOS apps to try installing this week!

Please note that this article differs from our “Free Apps of the Week” edition, which is published twice a week. In fact, we are more involved in this compilation because we do not only read about these apps, but also take a thorough look at them by downloading and installing them individually. Each app is scrutinized to ensure there are no unnecessary in-app purchases or sneaky data collection practices that compromise our privacy.

This article is published weekly, so you can always check out our previous “Top 5 Apps” stories to see if you missed out. This week we’ve added a touching game set in a devastated world that you don’t want to miss. Without further ado, here are our top picks for the week!

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Our health consists of much more than just the physical, there are also emotional and mental aspects that must be taken into account. Moods play an important role in how we navigate life each day, and I discovered that Mood story be an energy-efficient mood tracker with a unique and beautiful design that is easy to use while respecting our privacy.

Of Mood story, creating journal entries is a breeze, in less than five seconds! You don’t even have to write a single word, making it perfect for those who find it difficult to express themselves. The integrated mood calendar helps you easily recognize mood patterns so you can track your emotional ups and downs.

By digging deeper, you can analyze mood swings and discover triggers for positivity while raising awareness about mental health. And with over 180 events/activities in 10 categories, you’ll have plenty of ways to describe your feelings!

  • Price: Free / Advertisement: No / In-app purchases: Yes / Account: Not required

The perfect app to help you track your moods so you can avoid Hulk out triggers in the future. / ©NextPit

Memix (Android and iOS)

It is easy to say that memes have long since become a popular culture among the masses. I’m pretty sure you would have come across a video meme that you want to send to your friends with a great line, but you would also like to change the text on it in a jiffy, right?

Using Memix is a piece of cake. All you have to do is enter the correct text and the video meme will continue with everything you wrote down. From there you can share it with the rest of your family and friends from a range of messaging apps. This would definitely put you in the running to become a meme lord among your chat groups.

With tons of templates to choose from, selecting the right meme for any given situation is a breeze. You can always view them through the different categories, and the user interface makes navigating a breeze. However, keep in mind that sometimes there is some delay. In any case, this app is free of ads and it is also free!

  • Price: Free / Advertisement: No / In-app purchases: No / Account: Not required
Screenshots of Memix UI featured in the top 5 apps of the week article

Claim your rightful place as the resident meme lord with Memix. / ©NextPit

Temporary (Android)

While some of us indulge in journaling as a place to drop our thoughts, here’s an app that makes the process much more cerebral and mindful. In fact, Temporary even made me feel better after I was done with it. After all, this app is all about expressing gratitude, letting go of worries and doing enough self-reflection on a daily basis.

The soothing animated background in this app gently ebbs away as you type your thoughts, and you can even add emojis for a fun touch. Try writing down at least three things you are grateful for on a daily or weekly basis to encourage positivity. This streamlined journaling experience doesn’t overwhelm you with questions, making it easy to unload your worries. Without cloud storage, your entries remain private on your device. Do you want to release stress? Set a ‘worry time’ to postpone worrying until a certain time of day!

  • Price: Free / Advertisement: No / In-app purchases: Yes / Account: Not required
Screenshots of Momentory UI featured in the top 5 apps of the week article

Journal with a goal in mind. / ©NextPit

Kiwi – Music with Friends (Android & iOS)

You know that you have the best taste in music in your entire social group, although there is no unanimous decision on that conclusion. Why not prove it to them using this app known as Kiwi? This is an app that lets you share whatever you listen to on Spotify or any compatible music streaming app with your friends.

Get ready for a nice surprise every day when a notification pops up asking you to share your most recently played songs with your friends. Keep up to date with each other’s current earworms and exchange thoughts about your musical tastes. Rate their tunes and let them rate yours! In addition, all songs shared by your friends conveniently appear in a widget on your device.

  • Price: Free / Advertisement: No / In-app purchases: No / Account: Yes
Screenshots of Kiwi UI featured in Top 5 apps of the week article

/Did you know that listening to music can be a social experience? / ©NextPit

Dr Who: Lost In Time (Android and iOS)

Fans of the affable character, Dr Who, will find Dr Who: Lost in Time well worth checking out. This is an idle game showcasing characters from the hit TV show where you need to collect resources so that you can use them to upgrade things in various iconic locations that fans will be familiar with.

Basically, time travel is involved in this game as you intend to save the timeline of events. What’s new? That seems to be the bread and butter for Dr Who anyway. You go back in time by reliving stories from the past, and the nostalgia is strong in this one. Don’t expect to see anything groundbreaking in this game, but it’s a nice walk down memory lane.

It’s always nice to have Kerblam boxes sent to you after completing a task where you can then enjoy your rewards. Also, be prepared to strap yourself in and jump into the TARDIS at any time so you can quickly travel to the next adventure!

  • Price: Free / Advertisement: Yes / In-app purchases: Yes / Account: Not required

That’s it for this week’s offers! Hopefully, you’ll find something to power through this weekend as we wrap up this week’s Top 5 Apps of the Week. Go ahead, give them a try and share your thoughts in the comments.

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