In today’s world, we are spoiled by technology. We literally have so much information at our fingertips. It seems everyone has some sort of smartphone that is loaded with apps to make our lives easier. I know I have a few favorites that I use on a regular basis.
I wanted to share a few top apps for that work with any smartphone regardless of the operating system. These are the apps I use a lot, and a must have in my life.
Google calendar a great online calendar that lets you keep track of your events and share the calendar with your family, friends, or co-workers. In addition to the calendar, you can use Google Calendar to set up reminders and send invitations, as well as keep track of RSVPs.
Environment Working Group(EWG)
EWG Healthy Living app is one of my favorites! I use this app all the time when purchasing sunscreens, makeup and food. The app gives you instant access to more than 120,000 EWG ratings on food and personal care products. This app empowers you to buy safe products that are better for you and your loved ones.
Google maps are my go to app. I use a lot when I’m out and about. It’s easy to get driving directions and allows me to see the current traffic for the particular route. I also like using the “your places” feature. It will tell me how busy a place or business is at a given time. Lastly, the save my parked car comes in very handy when at the mall or busy parking lot. It is also effortless to share my location with family and friends.
Words with Friends Classic
Scrabble is my game, so naturally, I love to play Words with Friends. There are many options available to keep your mind sharp. Some like Luminosity have a rather large monthly or yearly fee. In this area of brain training, play whatever you interest. Any puzzle games are proven to keep your brain sharp, help with concentration, improves problem-solving ability and increases productivity.
Nike Training Club
I love to exercise, and I am always looking for new workouts. I especially like this app because it not only breaks down the workout into various fitness levels, beginner, intermediate and advance, but there is also a video to view to make sure you are doing the exercises correctly.