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1. Pix­aki 3

The re­sults might look retro (they’re sup­posed to) but this pixel art draw­ing app is de­signed with

the lat­est iPad and iPad Pro fea­tures in mind. Cre­ate iso­met­ric cityscapes or im­port any im­age from your photo li­brary to re­size and pixel-up. Works great with the

Ap­ple Pen­cil. Ap­ple; £8.99

2. Book­out

Fitness mon­i­tor­ing apps have been a huge hit, so why not ap­ply the

same logic to other ar­eas of self-im­prove­ment? Book­out helps you make a habit out of read­ing, set weekly and monthly goals, track your progress over time and man­age your dig­i­tal book li­brary.

Ap­ple; free

3. Minu­tiae

This “anti-so­cial me­dia” app is de­signed to doc­u­ment re­al­ity. Once a day, at a ran­dom time, all Minu­tiae par­tic­i­pants around the world are

prompted to take a photo, with a minute to re­spond. You then share your pic with a stranger. Wolf­gang Till­mans won the Turner Prize for this sort of thing. Ap­ple; £14.99

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