5 Best Apps of the Week: Reddit’s Official App Is Finally Here + More!
Let’s face it, the weekend is the best. Whether you have big plans to hang out with your pals or you’re just going to kick back with our recs for all the binge-worthy shows to watch this weekend, it’s best apps of the week time. This week, we’ve got the long-awaited Reddit app (finally!!), an app for flash fiction, a video meme-maker and more. Check it out below!
1. Reddit: All together now: YAAAAS! Lovers of the Internet’s self-professed “front page” will be ecstatic that Reddit’s official app has finally launched in both iOS and Android this week. Now you can browse, comment and give gold on your fave site all from directly within the app.
2. Talehunt: Whether you’re an aspiring short story writer or you just want to read some flash fic, Talehunt is the app for you. Browse, like and even share stories uploaded by other users. Of course, in case you want to pen your own, Talehunt allows you to do that too. Get to writing!
3. Espresso Chat: Espresso Chat is group chats for people who want to get things done. You can set a topic for convo, like household chores with your roomies, and make sure people stay on topic. In case you’re in several threads and it starts getting “noisy,” easily mute certain threads to focus on the important ones at hand.
4. Veme: Here is the app that is going to seriously impress your pals. Veme contains a massive library of video clips from TV shows and films. Select the clip you want and throw in your own caption to create your own video meme. They save in an mp4 format, so you can easily share your creations. It’s like a GIF, but better.
5. Avant Arte: Calling all art lovers! Avant Arte is the app that wants you to discover incredible contemporary artists and their works. You can swipe through art pieces like it’s Tinder, heart the ones you like and even swipe up to discover where you can see the work in person or whether it’s for sale. Pretty nifty, eh?
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