According to recent study, it has been revealed that mobile users can't leave their phone alone for more than 6 minutes and check it up to 150 times per day! It also found that looking at their phone is the first thing many people do each day – as they use its alarm function – and is also the last. In between, phones are used to check the Internet and read emails, as well as to make calls and send texts. I have compiled a list of apps I currently use to optimise time spent on my phone.
Moves is an activity diary for your life. Whether you want to track how many stairs you climb in the office, how long your commute takes or track that 5K run after work, clue does it all. Breaking each day down into steps, KM and calories burnt, this clever little app keeps you on track and even records your weekly record of distance covered! Fabulous for fitness fanatics!
This app means that you’ll never be late again. I find this extremely useful when i am in meetings around London however always thought this app would be every models DREAM. It allows you to calculate the most efficient route, or the most cost-effective, or a rain-proof journey. ( clever) Available for: London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Rome. New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington DC and Boston with other new cities updated regularly.
Enter the details of your meetings and their locations and the app will remind you what you need to prepare and when it`s time to leave. This app is perfect if you’re the person who is juggling so many things you feel like you’re always trying to catch up.
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This app is great for keeping track on things you need to get done throughout the day, it allows you to divide said tasks into sections ( work, health, home etc) and tick them off as you go. If you need to shuffle things about, not to worry, just 'move' the task to the next day. Positive gentle notifications and reminders make this a handy app to have in your pocket.
This is my most used app during any down time, whether it be to search recipes for dinner, plan work or weekend outfits or research diet plans, Pinterest has it all at the touch of a button! I love to visualise and set goals and this is ideal for doing just that. Follow my Pinterest HERE for working women inspiration!
Are they any Apps that you can't live without? comment below and let me know!