Manage your money, learn new languages, and wind down with an endless supply of videos with this week's best iPhone apps. You'll also be snapping pictures and waking up in a better mood.
Squrl: We all know the pain of staring at the TV with nothing to watch. This app will aid you in your time of need, putting video content from around the web together with Netflix, Hulu, and your social networks to make suggestions of shows and clips it thinks you will like. Free
Simple: Online banking is far from perfect, and Simple recognizes that. This bank replacement service will pull all of your financial services into one place and offer simple tools for you to see exactly where your money is going. You also do a lot of basic things like take a picture to deposit a check—something you can't do with Bank of America. Free
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The M1 chip delivers 3.5x faster performance than the previous generation all while using way less power. Get up to 18 hours of battery life.
Polamatic: Photo sharing apps should thank Poloroid, the OG of instant photography, for their inspiration. And now Poloroid has released its own image altering app. It lets you take pictures, add filters, and write notes on the bottom. You can also chose custom borders scanned from real vintage Poloroids. $0.99
iTranslate Voice: This app will speak Spanish and 30 other languages for you, even if you don't even know the word for "hello." Simply speak a phrase you want to translate, and it will say it back. So next time you're traveling in Germany and you think you're lost, this iTranslate Voice can help you ask a local for directions. $0.99
Uniqlo Wake Up: Sometimes it feels impossible to get out of bed in the morning. However, it doesn't have to be such a challenge. Uniqulo Wake Up will help rouse you in a pleasant way, with custom songs based on the weather, time, and location springing you out of the covers. Free