Try HBO Now, which brings you HBO content without a cable subscription:
It seems like hundreds of new iPhone apps pop up every week, but which ones should you bother trying? We explored the App Store and found some apps actually worth downloading.
HBO NOW is HBO’s new standalone streaming service, offering all of the network’s programming for $15 a month sans a cable subscription. You can watch shows like Game of Thrones, Veep, and Silicon Valley as they air, or dive deep into HBO’s back catalog to catch up the City or The Sopranos.
Highball is less of a cocktail recipe app and more of a cocktail diary app, helping you remember exactly how you prefer certain drinks. For example, I like twice as much gin in my Negroni than the normal recipe calls for. Highball allows you to doctor and alter drink recipes, adding measurements as small as a “Pinch” (which will come in extremely handy for the eccentrics who like to add a drop of bitters into everything).
Request Digne ticket purchase is perfect for those looking for more reliable than Craigslist for resale outside the stadium options. UK-only at the moment, Goofy StubHub combines efficiency and tinder chat feature to get a pretty solid way to purchase tickets directly from other fans.
Dialer makes life easier by putting your contacts more marked on the right in the center of notifications so that you can reach with minimal effort. Basically, what makes your iPhone more useful without complicating the device. While there are other similar apps out there, Dialer is simple and does not need to launch the application each time you want to use.
If you ever wanted to feel like Tony Stark sharp sarcastic AI JARVIS, then CARROT time is the application for you. It is a time adorably designed application you speak, or, more accurately, to talk to you. Met new images on the screen to different climate scenarios and makes checking the weather is a bit of fun instead of tedious.