Research has shown that people on average spend nearly three hours per day using mobile apps, and on top of that, we tend to put that time into fewer than five apps daily. We, on a daily basis, spend so much of our time working on, listening to, or playing an app, it better be worth it, right? We all want the apps we use to change our life for the better by doing something no other app can.
This app, according to your interests be it, cinema, books, politics etc, will create your Cover Stories, which are essentially little mini magazines specifically designed for you. With the world going haywire these days, it’s the perfect way to keep all your news and updates in one spot.
How often do you have to reset your passwords? If you answered “all the time,” then you need to download the Keeper Security app. It stores all your passwords in a secure digital vault, which you can access via your phone, computer, tablet, etc.
When you are stuck in a traffic jam and can’t reach home to walk your dog, hit up Barkly Pets. This is basically is an on-demand pet care app that allows you to search and book vetted and trained dog walkers, create task lists for walkers, and receive live updates and progress reports while your beloved is out strolling the streets.
Traveling, though is a passion for many requires a lot of planning and organizing. So this app makes it easier on yourself with an app like TripIt. All that you are required to do is forward your travel emails to the app, and it’ll organize everything in a beautiful itinerary.
Are you trying to learn a second (or third, or fourth) language? Then get DuoLingo. This app boasts of an adorable interface and fun, interactive lessons. It’ll even send you reminders, if you so choose, that offer encouragement along the way. Thus makes learning languages super-easy.
When it comes to making life easier, that’s never more necessary than when you’re going through a breakup. Designed by Jeanine Lobell and LA-based therapist Jane Reardon, you can get over a recent heartbreak all the faster with a 30-day, three-step program. It will guide you through post-breakup anxieties, and can even help you avoid making similar mistakes in your next relationship.
It can be tough to start running again, or for the first time. Runtastic keeps track of your workouts, offers a group feature so you can chat with friends along the way, and will even offer words of encouragement from a running coach during your first mile.
ToDoist makes organizing your life all the more enjoyable. It allows you to collaborate with your team at work, keep track of important projects, and will even remind you to do things — like pay your rent.
If you’re constantly searching a combo of a notes app, Pinterest board, and bookmark folder for the trove of digital info you create and save, it’s time you try out this app.
This app helps you to fit meditation into your busy lifestyle. In addition, it even gives you a detailed introduction towards meditation which makes it easier for beginners.
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