In this week's edition of our Apps of the Week roundup we have an innovative note pad, a vicious insult generator and a playlist across platforms. And as always, we have chosen two great new games to check out.
I'm a big fan of innovative notebooks, and this certainly fits the criteria. Milanote lets you collect everything in one place, from notes and to-do lists, to pictures and web pages, and much more.
The developers of Hobson are called it the best offense generator in the App Store. "Neat, but ok. Anyway, features include millions of random, innuendo-laden phrases, the ability to share to Messages (via cards) or your favorite social network, a Today widget, a Favorites list for top offenses, and support for Siri Shortcuts
I've been thinking for a long time "why does anyone not play a cross-platform playlist?" Well, somebody did it eventually and it's called Mixtape. The app lets you and your friends share songs from both Spotify and Apple Music to a single playlist. Just head up, but some features are hidden behind a subscription plan.
Idle Color Drum
Idle Color Drum is extremely easy to play. Just need to bounce the balls and destroy the blocks. Match the color of the balls to the blocks and bounce off. Get 4 balls to jump on a block to unleash a blow, just make sure to destroy the blocks before they disappear at the top of the screen!  Download Free
Do you want to be nice this weekend? ? Okay, let's be weird. All-frequencies are a sound mystery game where you use the airwaves to open the eyes of the world to the truth — all stuck in the same loop. Record and send out snippets of radio programs to reveal the error and change what happens next.
Download for $ 4.99
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