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Business InsiderNew apps are popping up every day, but some stand out. Games like Fortnite and Alto's Odyssey are changing the world of gaming on a phone. Apps like Mindbody will help you be a better you in 2019. The app Moment will help monitor your screen time and Otter will make transcribing a lot less tedious.
CNETIf you don't hate transcribing, it's probably just because you don't have to do it very much. Otter, a new, free mobile app from a team of vets from Google and speech-recognition company Nuance, aims to make voice transcriptions become as easy and accessible as typing into a Google Doc.
Fast CompanyJust when you thought there weren't any more apps worth downloading, along comes 2018 with plenty of fresh ideas. Some of these apps first appeared this year, while others are significant upgrades. Either way, they'll all help you make better use of your phone, tablet, or computer.
MashableIf you can't remember the last time you downloaded a new app you loved, you're long overdue for a home screen refresh. Luckily, we're halfway through 2018, and the last six months have been filled with plenty of new apps and games worth your attention.
MashableEvery product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. The end of 2018 is upon us and if you didn't download any new apps, then you're missing out.
PCMAGThe Google Play Store has a staggering 2.6 million apps, and it can be challenging to determine which of them are worth a download. We've been curating our list of best apps for almost a decade. You can't go wrong with these picks in 14 top categories.
PCMAGWe all know that the recording and transcription process requires a lot of hard work. That's why many people turn to transcription services for their needs. Otter takes an innovative approach to the task, offering real-time transcripts of conversations and meetings as they occur.
Google PlayThese practical apps are our new favorite essentials — the tools keeping us productive and making everyday tasks more efficient and enjoyable.
TechCrunchAn app called Otter, launching today, wants to make it as easy to search your voice conversations as it is to search your email and texts. The idea to create a new voice assistant focused on transcribing everyday conversations - like meetings and interviews - comes from Sam Liang, the former Google architect who put the blue dot on Google Maps, then later so… See more