Welcome back friends! Today I’m talking about apps. Obviously, like most of you, my five most used apps are Spotify, Instagram, VSCO, Snapchat, and Messages. These are all fantastic apps that I use every day, but they aren’t necessary apps that make my life easier or more well rounded. Think about all the functional holes still left in your digital life.
OneNote. OneNote is probably my favorite app of all time. The best way to describe it is as a digital notebook. Or notebooks, plural. As someone who really loves traditional notebooks, I honestly did not expect to love OneNote as much as I do. I have it downloaded on my phone, iPad, laptop, and desktop computer, because it syncs across all my devices. No more lugging four different notebooks from your home, to car, to office, to car, to home…. Everything you need is updated and present whenever you need to access it. The is amazing to say the least. For very little effort, you can have your notes organized however you like best, right down to tags and color coded details. For example, I have a blog notebook filled with ideas I’m currently working on, spreadsheets, and forms; and a personal notebook with travel itineraries, job applications, and Whole30 ideas. It’s compatible will all MicrosoftOffice suites and continually finds new ways to surprise and delight me.
Slice. As an avid online shopper, I love that Slice tracks all my packages and let’s me know when they are expected to arrive and even sends me a notification when they are delivered. It syncs with your email, so you don’t have to do anything to update your current shipments!
Venmo. I’m actually pretty surprised at how many people I know that don’t use Venmo. Squaring up with people financially can be such a struggle these days, especially since I have cash on me approximately 1 out of 67 days. The only thing I hate more than having to bug someone about money is owing someone money. Luckily, Venmo makes paying your friends back so easy. You can pay or charge someone instantly, and not have to worry about forgetting, having a check on you, etc.
Ted. I absolutely love watching Ted talks. Any time I have 20 minutes to spare, I usually watch the most recent one, or delve into the archives to find something cool. Trying and learning new things is incredibly important to me, and Ted talks are a really easy way of exposing myself to something different. This app is sleek and easy to navigate, which is all it really needs to be while delivering the talks to my iPad.
Google Trips. As a lover of Google Flights, you can imagine how excited I was when I discovered Google Trips. Google’s attempt at creating a one stop shop for travel planning scans your inbox to save all your reservations, and uses Google’s unlimited knowledge to help you plan your itineraries. Best of all, you can use it without internet. Hello, traveling abroad like you’ve never seen it before.
Do you guys have any ride or die apps I should try out? Leave them in the comment section!
Have a great day!