With the ever-growing number of apps and games in the Windows Store, it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with what's out there.

For that reason, every Friday we showcase some apps that have piqued our interest. They may have been in the news recently, they may be new to the Windows Store, or they could simply be old apps that we just stumbled upon.

They are the 5 Intriguing Apps of the Week.

1. Starbucks


It's here, it's here! The long-awaited official Starbucks mobile app arrived yesterday, bringing caffeinated goodness to your Windows 10 phone.

Locate Starbucks stores in your area, whether you are in the U.S., UK, or Canada, to see the address, store hours, and amenities. Pop in and pay for your drink using your smartphone. Don't have any singles on you to leave a tip? No problem, you can even add a gratuity right from the app.

Log in with your Starbucks account and get a look at your card balance and transaction history. Manage your payment options and reload your card, or set up auto-reload.

The app also lets you see how many Stars you've earned as part of the My Starbucks Rewards program, as well as redeem them.

It's been a long time coming, but the now that Starbucks has arrived on Windows 10 Mobile, it's clear that it was worth the wait.

Available for Windows 10 Mobile.

Download Starbucks from the Windows Store

QR: Starbucks

2. Money Lover - Money Manager

Money Lover

Money Lover – Money Manager is a personal finance tracker built for Windows 10 PC and Mobile.

With a neatly laid-out and intuitive user interface, the app lets you input your income, savings, and debt, and then helps you stay in the black by creating a budget. You can set up alerts to be notified when you are approaching your self-imposed spending limits.

Track your monthly bills and one-off expenditures to figure out where your money is going. Set up categories to see what aspects of your life are using up your funds.

But Money Lover isn't just for individuals. Families can share their wallets with each other to provide an in-depth examination of household finances.

And because you can install it on your PC, tablet, and phone, the app is immensely convenient to use. Any data entered on one device will sync to the others. Your data can also be backed up, including to Dropbox, to ensure it never gets lost.

If you're in search for a financial tool to straighten out your spending, Money Lover should make your list of apps to try.

Available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile.

Download Money Lover - Money Manager from the Windows Store

QR: Money Lover

3. Grapholite - Diagrams, Flow Charts and Floor Plans Designer

Grapholite - Diagrams, Flow Charts and Floor Plans Designer

Grapholite is a full-featuree graphing and diagram design app for Windows 10 computers. Designed to be efficient enough to work on low-end tablets, the app still has a robust feature set that can compete with other apps made for high-end computers.

Whether you are using your finger, a stylus, or a keyboard and mouse, you can easily create flow charts, swimlanes, and org charts, like you would in Microsoft Visio.

Grapholite can also create electrical charts, network layouts, and even floor plans for home and office. It offers up a wealth of stencils and icons to plot on your charts, and even has built-in templates to help you get started.

Designs can be printed, shared to other apps and exported to file. Grapholite can create PDF, JPEG, SVG, and VDX files, and can import both VDX and VSDX Visio files.

Grapholite is a lightweight app when it comes to resource usage, but it's a heavy-hitter in terms of capability. It's also much cheaper than similar apps of its caliber and offers a trial.

Available for Windows 10 PC.

Download Grapholite - Diagrams, Flow Charts and Floor Plans Designer for Windows 10

4. Video Editor Master

Video Editor Master

Video Editor Master, as you can probably guess, is a movie-making app for Windows 10 computers and phones.

Designed to be easy to use with your fingertips, the app lets you drop in a media file and get to work. Adjust the brightness and sharpness, then trim your movie clip to just the right length.

Overlay filters to change the look and feel, like you would an Instagram photo, and create smooth fades and transitions. Then add some personalized text and background music to capture the mood.

Video Editor Master not only lets you touch up your movies, but also allows you stitch together multiple videos or create slideshows from your photos.

Save your creations in up to HD 1080 resolution and share your new movie with friends and family with the touch of a button.

Available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile.

Download Video Editor Master from the Windows Store

QR: Video Editor Master

5. Time To Die: Adventures

Time To Die: Adventures

Time To Die: Adventures is developer Bad Pilcrow's follow-up to Time To Die: Dungeons.

The game has you playing the role of a brave explorer as she makes her way through dark and mysterious caves in search of treasure. As if the journey wasn't tough enough, the caverns happen to be inhabited by dangerous creatures and occasional traps.

You must take down these fiends and find your way through the winding labyrinth. Along the way, you'll also collect special items to aid you on your journey.

Time To Die: Adventures is a retro top-view game in the spirit of the original Legend of Zelda. Despite the old-style graphics and simple gameplay, it really is quite challenging.

Throw in the fact that you can create an account and compare your scores to other players around the world, and Time To Die: Adventures will certainly test your skills.

Available for Windows 10 PC.

Download Time To Die: Adventures from the Windows Store

Be sure to check out our other selections from previous weeks. Have a great weekend!

Do you have an app you want us to highlight? Drop us an email at tips@windowscentral.com with "5 Intriguing Apps" in the subject line.