The 11 best new iPhone and Android apps you might have missed recently
Customers look at their iPhones inside the Apple store on 5th Avenue in the Manhattan borough of New York City, July 21, 2015.REUTERS/Mike Segar
With over a million apps out there and more launching every day, it can be tough to keep up.
To help you find some apps that are fun and make your life a little easier, we've collected the best apps from the last month.
From powerful free photo apps to apps that vastly improve the way you listen to podcasts, you're bound to find something you'll enjoy.
Photoshop Fix brings powerful photo-editing tools to your phone for free.
Overcast magically erases the pauses in podcasts so you can listen faster.
YouTube Red kills all the ads on YouTube.
Slash is a custom keyboard that lets you send videos and GIFs without leaving the app you're in.
1Blocker lets you choose exactly what type of web content you want to block.
Instasnoop lets you 'Instagram stalk' people without accidentally liking their photos.
Afterpulse is a gorgeous new shooter for iOS.
Boomerang lets you create 1-second video loops and reverse them.
Called It! records your predictions so you can brag to your friends later.
Tweetbot 4 will make you a Twitter master.
Google's awesome note-taking app finally comes to iOS.