Now that the first month of 2023 is behind us, we’re highlighting some of the best new apps that arrived in January. Our top choice is the new Mastodon client from Tapobots—Ivory. See what else made our list.
Making the Move to Mastodon
It hasn’t taken long Tweetbot developer Tapbots to rise from the ashes of Tweetbot. After the popular and powerful Twitter client was banned along with other third-party apps, the developer has unveiled a new way to browse the alternative social network Mastadon—Ivory. Anyone who used Tweetbot should feel at home with Ivory. The left-most icon is for your home feed. The next icon is for mentions. The final three can be customized with the information that’s most important to you including your profile, bookmarks, lists, statistics, and more.
Make the Lock Screen Unique
With Morific, you can remove the lock screen time to make a minimal look. The app also allows you to create dynamic wallpaper that can update based on battery percent and the time day.
Use AI to Make the Perfect Playlist
The app Playlist AI is using OpenAI GPT-3 to help you discover music. The app as created to make music and artist discovery easier. Filling the gap between self-created and recommended playlists, the app offers a number of ways to create a playlist on Apple Music or Spotify.
Help Keep Your Goals on Track
Gola is designed to make it easier to achieve big goals while helping you to stay on track with your progress. To make it easy, when starting the app, you can select from four different types of goals. After the goal is created you can choose to be reminded via notifications whenever you want.
Scroll at Your Own Pace
The Safari extension Auto Scroll helps make it easy to scroll through web pages at your own pace. You can customize the scaling speed to find the best pace for you. It works with all sites. There is even a pause and resume button when you want interact with something on the page.