- DC: Batman Bat-Tech Edition | iOS & Android
Join the Knightwatch and become immersed in the world of Batman, learning how to use his Bat-Tech to fight crime and help defend Gotham City from The Joker, Mr. Freeze, and The Riddler. This first-of-its-kind augmented reality app is the ultimate Batman mobile experience for kids. FEATURES 10 AUGMENTED REALITY MISSIONS Become a member of the Knightwatch and be part of original Batman stories! Travel through Gotham City in a way that’s never been done before - augmented reality.
2.True Wine | iOS
Learn wine the fun way with the wine education app used in over 50 countries around the world. True Wine is a free app that helps you build your wine knowledge with bite-sized lessons. Practice decoding wine labels, learn the art of wine pairing and feel confident talking about any wine you taste. Designed by wine experts, True Wine is loved by both wine learners and professionals worldwide. Whether you want to build confidence with wine basics, hone your tasting skills, or study for a WSET or CMS exam, you’ll love using True Wine.
3.Smartist: Art Preview App | iOS
The easiest insitu artwork preview app for artists to showcase artwork Showcase your artwork without all the hard work. Smartist is the most realistic art preview app for artists everywhere. With customizable interiors, frames, gallery options, and more, it’s never been easier to display art online. Designed for artists, by artists, Smartist uses real sizes and accurate dimensions in every preview! So whether you want to show your paintings in a gallery, in a living room, in a bedroom, entryway, or commercial space, you can.
4.Hiking Project | iOS & Android
Like AllTrails, Hiking Project is a crowdsourced database of trails and hiking information. It too has trail reviews, photos and general info about the hikes like distance, difficulty, dog/family friendliness etc. Hiking Project doesn't have as many trails as AllTrails mapped out (76,000) but perhaps it makes up for that with its detailed descriptions of each trail that makes the app feel like a guidebook. Plus, unlike AllTrails, the Hiking Project's offline functionality is a free part of the app