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Thousands of apps and games are added to the App Store each week, and trawling through them to find the good ones can be difficult. That’s where we come in! We’ve found two new titles in particular that we think are worthy of your attention, as well as a golden oldie that we reckon deserves another mention.

App of the Week

Dolby On [Free]

It doesn’t seem to be available in all territories at the time of writing, but Dolby On looks to be a fascinating app for audiophiles and budding film makers. It lets you record audio and video with enhanced Dolby sound, applying such tools such as noise reduction, dynamic EQ, stereo widening and more. It’s a potentially game-changing tool for musicians who want to record their ideas and demos on the fly. The app even lets you livestream to Facebook with that same enhanced audio.

Dolby On

Game of the Week

Dungeon Drop [Free]

With Apple Arcade now upon us, we don’t envy any other iOS games released this week. Or for the next few weeks, for that matter. However, there are plenty of smaller, simpler games that exist outside of Apple’s slick new subscription service. Games like Dungeon Drop, a free to play gem that’s part dungeon crawler, part endless dropper, and part block-sliding puzzler. The core layer-sliding mechanic is inspired, and there’s loads of replayability.

Dungeon Drop

App Store Classic

Enlight Quickshot [$3.99/£3.49 per month]

Many of us are used to ‘fixing’ our photos after they’ve been taken, but most people simply don’t have the patience or inclination to do so. Enlight Quickshot is a clever app that essentially fixes your shot before you take it. It’ll automatically align your snaps, fix the lighting, show you filters, and more – all in real time before you hit that shutter button. You also get a bunch of preset scenes that can help anyone get pro-level shots in a variety of situations.

Enlight Quickshot