The best apps of week 25-2022 in App Missed


In the weekly App Missed section you can read which apps from the past week are worth checking out. We always discuss about five apps for iPhone, iPad and Mac. These could be apps that you may not have known about or that are useful or just fun to try. And that can also be veterans who have received a major update and therefore receive some extra attention.

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iCulture App of the Week: WatchTube Always wanted to watch YouTube on your Apple Watch? To date, YouTube has not yet released an official version for this, and we don't expect it ever to. Still, with WatchTube, an unofficial YouTube app, you can still watch movies on your Apple Watch. It's completely free and fun to try.

We played with WatchTube for a while and it's really nice to be able to watch YouTube videos after years. The more videos you watch, the better the suggestions become. You can search, save and like videos. It's completely free and the developers don't collect any data.



If you often work with a lot of photos, it can be useful to view and edit their EXIF ​​data. For example if you want to add a location to a photo, or if you forgot to adjust the time zone on your camera. EXIF data is all the peripheral data of your photo, such as the time, location, lens, ISO value, shutter speed, flash power and much more. AnyEXIF allows you to delete this data for your privacy, or you can edit it. If you have a lot of photos, just do them all at once.



SensorKit calls itself the HomeKit app Apple never gave you. This app is all about widgets from your smart sensors. For example, if you have a smart thermostat, you can put a widget on your home screen showing the current temperature. The same applies to moisture sensors and motion sensors, among other things. This way you can quickly keep an eye on things. The app requires a one-time purchase and has no ads.


Math Facts Mahjong Game

Keep your math skills up in the summer? You can with Math Facts Mahjong Game. This works just like other Mahjong games, but instead of looking for two of the same tiles, you look for the answer here in the calculation. It is added, subtracted, multiplied and divided. Also great for the kids or if you're just looking for a different kind of Mahjong. The aim is of course to clear a Mahjong board as quickly as possible, so good luck!



The Hints app lets you quickly create a note of sorts from any of your apps if you want to look at it later. It is deliberately not a notes app, but really a hints app. In the app, you can view clues about what you wanted to look at again, so that you don't have to type a whole lot at the moment. You can use hashtags to sort quickly.