Getting a newborn to sleep, or even just break out of a crying fit, is no easy feat. White Noise helps by flooding baby with soothing sounds, from "Heavy Rain Pouring" and "Ocean Waves Crashing" to "Extreme Rain Pouring" and "Stream Water Flowing." It's easy to switch between sounds and adjust the volume to find the mix that works best for baby. Only one downside: The app doesn't work in the background if you exit it to work on other things. Best to download it onto one of the old disconnected iPhones sitting in a drawer and make that baby's iPhone.
Clinicians use camera apps to record particular details of patient information in a convenient format, the panel said in a report, describing it as “clearly an insecure, risky, and non-audit-able way of operating, and cannot continue”.
Be My Eyes is more than just an app — it's a significant step forward for those with visual impairments. The app, which was developed by the nonprofit Be My Eyes and Danish software studio Robocat, connects smartphone users worldwide to a vast network of "sighted" and "blind" individuals, allowing them to work in conjunction with one another.
Google recently began testing a new tool for helping people better manage the mobile data used by their smartphones. The new Android app, called Triangle, is currently being tested in the Philippines, and lets you do things like view your data balance, see which apps are accounting for the most data usage and even block individual applications from using your mobile data, among other things.