In Top Apps we discuss a selection of great apps that can inspire you. This time we bring you an app from Nike to record your runs, an app for lossless music, and an app that helps you analyze the starry sky.
Nike Run Club
There are many apps that let you record your rides, but Nike fans should definitely check out Nike Run Club. This app works with your phone or Wear OS watch and provides the numbers and graphs needed after a run. You can also see personal challenges and customized training plans.
In the app, you can also see the activities of friends and encourage them or compete against them. In Nike Run Club you discover the rankings and the app rewards you with prizes and badges. Nike Run Club is free and the app syncs with Google Fit.
Are you a true music fan who wants to listen to songs with the best streaming quality? Qubuz It is an application that offers lossless music (FLAC 24-bit up to 192 kHz) with subscriptions starting from € 12.50 per month. If you’re listening with the whole family, there’s a dedicated subscription that saves you money.
The app comes with private playlists created by music experts and there are also 500,000 album reviews and artist bios. Of course when you listen to high quality music, you are using more mobile data. So it’s easy to save your song offline, just like you do on the most popular streaming services. You can test Qobuz for a month for free.
STOKiE – Stock Wallpapers HD
When you get a new phone, it already has a whole bunch of wallpapers available by default. Stock It is an application that has a large collection of wallpapers and lets you have a look at the standard wallpapers of the phone brands. These include wallpapers from: Apple, OnePlus, Samsung, Sony, Nokia and Motorola.
It is also useful that you can set your phone wallpaper automatically. The wallpapers are always high quality. Moreover, Stokie communicates very transparently about the required permissions and this shows that the app clearly respects the privacy of its users.
Stellarium Mobile Star Map
stellarium It is a planetarium application that helps analyze the starry sky using your phone’s camera. You can identify stars, as well as planets, satellites, the International Space Station or constellations. You can also simulate the starry sky at a specific moment in the future or the past.
In addition, this application also has a gallery with images of space phenomena and you can zoom in on them in detail. There is also a 3D simulation of the planets in our solar system and their satellites. This app is free, but it comes with some in-app purchases.
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