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Apps of the week: Dead Cells and NeuralCam

2019-08-31T13:17:05.380Z

Conquer yourself and a dark world in Dead Cells and take better pictures in the dark with NeuralCam.



Conquer yourself and a dark world in Dead Cells and take better pictures in the dark with NeuralCam.

Dead Cells

Indiegame Dead Cells already had high scores on gaming computers last year and is now successfully making the switch to smartphones and tablets. In this game, it's up to you to complete a series of levels that each end with a powerful boss.

If you die, you will start all the way at the beginning. Fortunately, you unlock new upgrades every time, which makes you step by step stronger and makes it easier to move forward.

Combine that with dozens of weapons, new skills and a stylish graphic style and you have a game that will last you for hours. The app has no in-app purchases, but a one-time purchase price.

Also handy: in addition to digital buttons on the touchscreen, Dead Cells also supports Bluetooth controllers. For the time being these are only MFI controllers (Made for Apple), but as soon as iOS 13 appears, an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 controller also works. The game is now available on iOS and will come to Android later.

Download Dead Cells for iOS (8.99 euros)

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View the mobile trailer for Dead Cells here

NeuralCam

Many Android smartphones now have a built-in function to improve photos in the dark. Until Apple also adds this to iOS, NeuralCam is an interesting alternative.

As soon as you press the shutter button in this app, the app takes multiple photos at once. These are then placed on top of each other so that all the light can be used. As a result, you end up with a photo that looks a lot better exposed than photos that you take with the standard Camera app on your iPhone.

This is all done automatically, which makes the app very accessible. The disadvantage is that the photos that NeuralCam presents are often not of the highest quality. Noise is visible especially when movements have to be compensated. If you want to improve your night photos, you can download NeuralCam in the App Store.

Download NeuralCam for iOS (3.49 euros)

Google Maps

Google Maps released an update this week that seems to be made for the Netherlands. From now on, the navigation app will also include bicycle routes when creating directions with public transport.

As a result, you will no longer see long walking routes to the station if you always take the bike. In some countries, taxi sharing services such as Uber and Lyft are suggested if it turns out that the stop is very far from your final destination.

The new feature is gradually being rolled out on both iOS and Android. It may happen that the cycling routes do not yet appear in your app. In that case there is nothing else to do than just wait.

Download Google Maps for iOS or Android (free)

Source: nunl

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