In our modern, technology-fueled world, almost everyone is glued to their phones and other pieces of tech. And while being addicted isn’t a good idea, these phones, tablets and computers have amazing capabilities nowadays that can actually help our lives be much easier and more productive, and here are a few of them.
We have all been browsing a certain site on our phone, tablet or computer and have wanted to reference it or read it later. While you can simply bookmark it, there is a better way. Pocket is an app that can help you save and store these things so you can check them out later. It syncs between all of your devices and can even be used offline.
Perhaps the hardest part of being fit, working out and beign healthy is staying on track and remaining committed. MyFitnessPal is an amazing app that can help keep you on the track to success. It can monitor what you eat, your fitness schedule and help you set and reach your fitness goals. There are dozens (maybe even hundreds) of fitness apps out there, and this one is consistently great.
Mint (or another budgeting app)
In life, one of the most important things you can do. Knowing where your money is going (and how much of it is going there) is paramount for being successful in life. There are a lot of budgeting apps out there, but Mint is just one of the most widely used and most popular. These apps allow you to track your finances right from your pocket, no matter where you are. Mint has a very user-friendly interface and simplifies the somewhat complicated task of budgeting your hard earned money.
A majority of people use an alarm clock to wake up, but these are often extremely annoying, loud and unintelligent. However, Sleep Cycle is none of those things. It wakes you up with a calming sound when you are in your most “awake sleep state”. It also uses your phone’s accelerometer to measure things like sleep quality, sleep patterns, time asleep and many more.