Everyone loves going out to eat with friends, "the more the merrier" right? But when it comes to splitting the bill, more is not merrier and at the end of the day, everyone hates splitting bills. Plates is a free app that tries to help these unfortunate situations by making the process a bit easier (and fun).
This week's app is Day One a really great daily journaling app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Earlier this year it won and Apple Design Award from the App Store team in Cupertino, and for good reason, this app is great.
Winter is here, whether we like it or not, and that means we now have all the more reason to stay out of the cold, kick back (with an iOS device of course), and dive in to some great reads. If you're looking for great written content during the holidays and an excellent reading experience, Longform has you covered.
Monument Valley is a true gem and one of the best games I have ever played on iOS & Android. It's a very simple puzzle game (there aren't complex controls) that is set in a world inspired by the art of M.C. Escher (impossible architectural sketches).
Tweetbot is an extremely popular Twitter client (a third party app for using Twitter) for iPhone and iPad. You may have already heard of it, but I use this app more than any other app on my phone so I thought it deserved a place on This Week's App!
Dark Sky is the most reliable weather app I have ever used - and I have used (and continue to use) a lot of different weather apps. The app provides users with hyper local forecasts (i.e. "Rain in 5 minutes") and does so with an extremely high degree of accuracy.