10 Apps That You Shouldn’t Live Without

These days there is pretty much an app for everything, from helping you get fit and lose weight, to waking you up in the morning or planning your day better. Here we’ve put together a list of 10 apps that you shouldn’t live without.

1. Wakie

Getting up in the morning can be he the hardest part of the day, so instead of having an annoying alarm to wake you up Wakie lets a stranger call you to wake you instead. The more you use the app the better the app will match you with the next person that wakes you up, meaning you get to interact with a complete stranger the moment you wake up. To get the app head here.

2. Moleskine Timepage

Moleskine Timepage is one of the best calendars you can get. It seamlessly integrates all of your calendar events from iCloud, Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange as well as your contacts. It also shows you maps and the weather forecast, allowing you to plan your day better. You can purchase the app here.

3. CamScanner

CamScanner is a great alternative to using your computers scanner if you quickly need to send someone a copy of an important document. It’s also perfect if you need to scan stuff on the go, such as keeping track of receipts. It’s available on both Android and iOS.

4. Pocket

Pocket is a great way of quickly saving articles you want to read later all in one place. Available for both Android and iOS the app lets you bookmark interesting articles or webpages you come across and access them at a later date. You can get it here for iOS and here for Android.

5. Spendee

Spendee is a well designed app that lets you set personal budgets and keep track of your spending, showing you everything you want to know in the form of beautiful infographics. Available for both Android and iOS.

6. McTube

We’ve all been there – you play a song on YouTube using your mobile and then lock the screen without thinking and suddenly it stops. McTube is here to stop that. It works exactly like the official YouTube app however it still continues to play even when you lock your phone. Available for iOS.

7. Feedly

If you like to get your news from various sites and sources then Feedly is the app for you. It gathers all the most relevant content to you from your chosen sites and then displays them in one news-feed. Available on Android and iOS.

8. Dropbox

Dropbox is perhaps one of the worlds most popular cloud storage services which means if you haven’t got it already you really should. It lets you store up to 2GB of data such as photos and videos for free, letting you access them from your computer or mobile device and share files of your choice with others. Available for Android and iOS.

9. Clear

Clear is the most simple and beautiful way to make sure you have an efficient day. The task manager app lets you see all of your tasks without a confusing interface, allowing you to create and keep track of various to do lists throughout the day. Available for iOS.

10. MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal is a great app to help you either lose weight or maintain it by giving you a daily calorie intake goal. It lets you log everything you eat by scanning the barcode with your phone and then does all the calorie counting for you. Available for Android and iOS.

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