Duolingo is an amazing app that allows you to learn any language of your choice coupled with fun games and quick tasks. You can get it right on your smartphone and it’s a fun way to learn a new language, whether or not you have any basic knowledge of that language. By the way, it’s also free.
9.) Anti Mosquito
With this app, you can get rid of mosquitoes. The app runs in the background and emits a very high frequency sound that mosquitoes hate. You however probably won’t hear anything, especially not the buzzing mosquitoes in your ear. The app gives you full control over frequency strength and claims to not drain your battery.
8.) Remote Mouse
if your mouse battery is running low, this app allows you to transform your smartphone into a remote control for your laptop or P.C. It’s also packed with features including multi touch gestures, a magic trackpad media and Spotify promo and a functional keyboard computer. This to control anything you guys want.
Everyone has a weather app on their phone. But does your weather app give you wardrobe pointers? Well, this app tells you what type of clothing would best fit the day’s weather forecast from sunglasses or singlets for summer to scarves and beanies for winter.
Did you know that you should be drinking 8 glasses of water each day? That’s what the health experts say anyway. This handy little app will shoot you water reminders throughout the day so you can get those 8 glasses in for the day. It’s not a bad idea to get this app installed on your kids phones. They’re forgetful enough as it is.
If you feel the need to use the bathroom at an opportune time, say like in the middle of a movie, and you run off to relieve yourself, you’ll have no idea what’s happening when you get back. Not again as this free app tells you which bits of the movie you are watching is skeptical so you can time your bathroom run to coincide with the worst scene in the movie. It will also fill you in on what little you’ve missed.
4.) Out of milk
This app helps you to remember your shopping list for the household. It also lets you share your shopping list with partner, flatmates or family. That makes coordinating your buying much simpler so that there won’t be any more times when two of you get home each having bought the same item.
3.) Rescue Time
This app holds you accountable for how much time you spend on social media. You can set your own goals and block certain sites if you think you need some time out. Rescue time gives you a bird’s eye view of how much of your time you spend on social media, making it a smart way to force yourself to reconnect with the outside world
2.) Last Pass
Internet security, we’re told over and over again, is really important. But it’s a pain having to come up with passwords that are genuinely secure. And it’s even more annoying that we have to keep track of them all. Last pass takes care of all of that for you. It stores all of your passwords in one place. It works across Max, Windows and Linux computers and it itself is password protected. That means you’ve only got to remember the one password.
The Headspace app will take you through a guided meditation practice which will help you relax and get back in touch with yourself. You know it’s absolutely possible even in the midst of all the business of everyday life if we have a tool to do it and meditation is that. These are like 10 minute sessions exactly.