Getting Personal With Applications
Top Apps for Your Personal Life
With technology taking over in so many facets of daily life, our personal agendas and relationships are often moved to the back burner. Here are 11 of the best applications to help you regulate your shopping lists, social life and special occasion reminders. How nice it is to see the great strides digital media has made in regard to our individual needs. Enjoy!
“Calm the chaos of family life with the Appy Award Winner for Best Family/Parenting app. Cozi makes your mobile device the ultimate family organizer with a shared calendar, grocery shopping lists, to do lists and a journal the whole family can access on the go.”
“Orange Diary is an oasis for your personal life. Post photos, voice memos, to-do lists and more, just for yourself and your own reference. You can export to Google Drive or back up with Dropbox so you won’t lose your memories.”
“Whether you’re making memos for yourself to remember later or brainstorming with a team, Evernote’s mobile app keeps you connected and syncs to every platform.”
“Looking for your next literary destination (I mean book)? Check out what your friends have read and what they thought with Goodreads. The app allows you to scan book barcodes to add to your ‘to read’ list so you’ll never reach the end of one book without having another on deck.”
Budgeting is hard, but HelloWallet takes out the tedium. You can sign up with your bank accounts and sort transactions to better understand your spending habits. If your bank doesn’t have an awesome app, this is a great way to stay on top of bills and account balances on the go.
“Manilla helps you keep track of bills from anywhere. This one will save you from late fees — well worth it.”
“You might not have time or patience to sit in order to clear your mind, but this walking meditation app will guide your mental journey to stillness and peace while you move from towards your destination.”
“OkCupid is a free service (with premium features behind a paywall) and its app is free as well. With the Locals feature, you can find dates nearby, now, whether you’re looking to explore a new town or in your own ‘hood.”
“Quibly is a new Q&A site with a responsive design, specifically for parents. As a parent you might spend less time behind a computer and more time at soccer games so you’ll appreciate the ability to find answers to just about anything, from fellow parents, when you need them.”
“Do you plan your own workouts? This interval timer can be set up to your personal routine to keep you honest so you don’t bum out on reps (like me).”
11. White Noise Lite
“This free app provides ambient sounds from various places in nature and industry. If you need a little white noise to block out roommates chatting through the night, look no further. Some noise options are oscillating fan, extreme rain and beach waves. You’ll fall asleep in no time.”
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