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05/02/2019 - 

iTunes & App Store Top 3s

What can I do with my iTunes Gift Card?


You just got your iTunes Gift Card and you might be wondering: what can the iTunes Gift Card be used for? What do I want to use my iTunes voucher for? Music? Apps? A film maybe? With an iTunes & App Store Gift Card there is a whole world of entertainment opening up for you. Whether you use it for your mac at home, or your iPhone for when you’re on the go we’ll make sure you’ll get the best out of it.

iTunes Top 3


To help you out a bit we created an iTunes Top 3 for you. Below you’ll find the best apps, albums, and films off this moment. Because we love apps, you’ll also find our Top 3 apps of all time (for the time being) at the end of the list.

[Seosubheader]Our Top 3 Apps[/seosubheader]
1. True Skate
If you thought you didn’t need a skate game, you were wrong. True Skate is a game specifically made to be played on your phone, and that pays off! You control your board with your fingers - not a character! - to create an as-real-as-it-gets experience you can have on your phone.
Florence iTunes App Store
2. kirakira+
Do you want your photos to shine a bit more than usual? With Kirakira+ you can add this effect to your phone’s camera lens. Light emitting materials and reflective objects will shine even brither than before.

3. Florence
Florence is a story-based game. With its visual representation based on graphic novels and webcomics, and containing an intimate story, in the ‘game’ you follow the character Florence’s blossoming relationship and its eventual withering (no spoiler - just to make that clear). An emotional, but touching journey, that you can experience alongside Florence. If you like interactive comics, this should be just your thing.

Our top 3 albums


1. Angry Cyclist - The Proclaimers
It doesn’t happen too often that a band that started in the 80s is still delivering multiple albums per decade. But The Proclaimers do just that with Angry Cyclists. Although the album might sound a bit different than their hits from decades ago, it’s still a solid one.
The Coral Move Through the Dawn
2. Escape City - Gorgon
With their roots still in the underground electronic scene of London, but their focus on the international scene, Escape City has packed a package of catchy pop-house bangers on this album. With multiple different vocal guests, the album presents a wide variety of sounds. Continuing the journey from their debut album, they surely are headed into the right direction.

3. The Coral - Move Through the Dawn
A ninth album is always an accomplishment. Drenched in vintage references and pop sounds, the album is in itself another accomplishment. Don’t let the album cover scare you off: it’s a solid album, whatever the album cover may make you feel.

Our top 3 films


1. A Star is Born
A fourth remake of a film originally from the 1930s. Might not sound so promising at first, but it turned out to be a very rewarding watch. With Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga taking the lead roles, this musical romantic drama plays all the right strings. Bittersweet but lovely, this is a great watch with great performances by both Gaga and Cooper.

2. Red Sparrow
What happens when you combine Jennifer Lawrence, Russia, and a Spy training plot? You get Red Sparrow, in which a former Ballerina is recruited as a spy for the Russian intelligence agency. Stylistically pleasing (filmed in Budapest), but if you don’t like graphic violence it might not be your best bet. If you do like thrillers with an edge, it is worth checking out.
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3. Death Wish
Bruce Willis stars in this reinstallment - taking revenge on what was done to his wife and daughter. Taking matters in his own hand, he slowly starts fighting crime rather than relying on the police detectives investigating the burglary of his home. If you like a classic crime-fighting flick, with plenty of action and a nod to the 80s original, this is just the one for you.


Our top 3 Apps of all time


The classics. These have been our favourites for quite some time. And not just ours: these apps are still quite popular

1. Minecraft
The immense popular sandbox game deserves this spot. Although it might not be your cup of tea, it is the for loads of people. With all the updates the game has received over the years it has become even more immersive than ever. You can also still simply build your stuff and survive, of course. But it has become so much more.

2. Glitché
Photo editor app that’s become sort-of famous in itself. Glitch your photos in intriguing ways to create something different on its own. Used by Radiohead, Gorillaz, Pharrell Williams, Vetements, and many more artist and labels of various fields.

3. 1 Second Everyday: Video Diary
See it as a sort of super-quick video diary for yourself, with which you can make clips of just a second to memorize an amazing (or just sweet and simple) event. After a year, you’ll end up with a reel of amazing memories and you’ll be able to revisit that moment without having to scroll through thousands of pictures on your phone.


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