In today’s word, people get by with some help from smartphone apps. A world without apps would be hard to imagine. From apps that help save lives to those that help us socialize to those that organize our works, many of our important works have become much easier.
The app market has become extremely chaotic. You will come across tens of thousands of apps on Google Play and the App Store. With such huge numbers of available apps, you will find yourself in a decision bottleneck as to which app you should go with.
To make your task easier, we’ve rounded up these favorite apps that will make things easier in your life.
Swackett: This weather forecast app is unlike other apps in this category. It really makes a difference. With this app installed on your smartphone, you will see swackett peeps pop up wearing winter hats, jackets, and boots whenever it is cold outside. And if it’s a sunny day, swacket peeps will emerge dressed in shorts and sunspecs. They would even not forget telling you to grab a drinking water and sunblock.
Flipboard: With this app installed, you choose news topics/categories you are interested in and leave it to the app to create customized, themed magazines for you and then display relevant news. You can even integrate it with some of your favorite social media accounts and flip through all social updates in one place.
Moves: This app would take note of your walking, cycling and running efforts and then show you the distance covered, time and steps taken, and calories burned. Once installed, it is always awake and monitoring your activities, so no need to start and stop it. Just put your smartphone in your pocket and go running.
Flush toilet finder: This app facilitates your going. It will help you by preventing the hysterical hurry to discover an appropriate place to do your work. This app contains a list of around 100,000 public restrooms from across the world. It would also provide you information like disability entrance, user reviews and important necessities.
Citymapper: This award-winning app will provide you navigation help when you are in some of the biggest cities of Europe or the US. It fetches data from public transits and gives you up-to-date information about public transport and multiple route choices. It can even work offline to provide you reliable data. It also connects with Hailo and Uber to help you navigate in cities it covers.
These are some of the helpful apps that would make your life easier. What are your favorite apps?
Ted is the founder of Gainko. He started his first P2P hyper-local Mobile Internet product in middle 2012, and first social commerce marketplace in 2014, working with a group of incredibly talent software developers.