If you’re tired of drama on social networks, you might want to start your week with today’s leading app worth downloading, Chee.rs. It’s a social sharing app that encourages spreading emotions like joy and gratitude – which can be refreshing after Facebook overload. We’ve also got an updated Liftopia, an app full of info and deals for skiers and snowboarders, and GeoDash, a National Geographic game that will teach you something about animals while you explore its platforming levels.
Chee.rs update (Free)
What’s it about? Social sharing app Chee.rs is less about sharing your “status” or pictures of what you’re eating for lunch, and more about spreading happiness and gratitude through images and text.
What’s cool? With Chee.rs, the idea is that you share things that will make others happy. For example, you might send a photo and text cheer expressing how grateful you are for a gift, or how excited you are for going on a hike. The app includes “cheer missions,” which are organized attempts to have lots of users create cheers along specific themes or at certain times and places. The update expands and improves its social capabilities by fixing bugs and improving Facebook login, which means you can easily spread cheer.
Who’s it for? If you like the fun parts about social networks – sharing photos and leaving positive comments – Chee.rs might be for you.
Liftopia update (Free)
What’s it about? With winter in full swing, Liftopia is filled with deals and information about ski resorts, lift ticket sales, and snow conditions.
What’s cool? The app is a perfect pocket companion if you’re planning a ski trip, and it features a bunch of exclusive lift ticket deals and other money saving coupons to help you keep the cost of hitting the slopes to a minimum. The new update optimizes Liftopia for iPhone 5 and provides zoomable trail maps and working in-design improvements.
Who’s it for? Liftopia is a must-have for skiers and snowboarders, and can come in handy for those just who want to hit the slopes during a weekend trip.
What’s it about? A side-scrolling platformer, National Geographic’s GeoDash teaches players about wildlife from around the world.
What’s cool? As a platforming game, GeoDash is mostly about finding and collecting items – memory cards, special fruits and the like – in order to rack up the best score you can on each level. More than that, though, it’s a game that’s designed to be educational, and it takes players through a number of habitats from around the world, including the Amazon rainforest and the African savannah.
Who’s it for? GeoDash is mostly aimed at kids, but if you want a light-hearted and educational platformer, you should give it a look.