Sometimes you have way too much time in your hands but don’t exactly know what to do with it. So you usually end up squandering it by sleeping away in your PG rooms or just blanking out. Bachelor life problems, I know.
Thus, we came up with a remedy to make the best use of the excess time and improve certain skills along the way by using some really interesting apps:
Stop Motion Studio
Fancy yourself as the next Walt Disney? But lack the dough to buy any equipment or even an app? With Stop Motion Studio, you only need your Android device’s camera, and some bits and bobs to shuffle about your desk. It enables you to shoot single frames, sort and edit them, and then churn out the results to a movie or an animated GIF.
Adobe Photoshop Fix
Photoshop Fix is a stirring app if you’re in the habit of retouching and restoring photographs. It has the basic cropping and adjustment functions but it’s the Photoshop Fix’s Heal and Liquify tools that are highly impressive as it seamlessly knocks out imperfections and enables drastic effects.
If you want to burn some fat but lack the motivation to do so, download ‘Zombies, Run!’. It’s an app which keeps sending you out on important missions that rather strangely always involve running. Periodically, zombies will show up, and unless you up your pace, they’ll tear your heart out – a handy motivator.
We all love composing music, but usually we just end up creating noise that would have Beethoven turning in his grave. With ‘Remixlive‘, you select a genre and then tap away at pads to trigger loops. Everything’s always in tune, and you can record your electronic masterpiece (read noise) with more style.
Duolingo is an amazing app that makes learning new languages fun. It currently supports English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Russian, Ukrainian, Esperanto, Polish and Turkish, and if you ‘play’ it regularly you’ll definitely pick up at least some competence in your chosen language.
Adobe Photoshop Sketch
This app utilises the smarts of an Adobe desktop app to provide you with a seriously impressive Android-based fingerprinting environment. This one’s all about natural media – scribbling with digital takes on thick acrylic paint, pastels, inks, and watercolours. Digital art has never been so liberating.
Now you can make spending time in your PG rooms in Bangalore or PG rooms in Pune a productive and fun experience. If you know of any such apps that are a good bit of fun, do let us know.
Published by : Zolostays