Keys, wallet, smartphone. We don't leave the house without them. For good (or bad) smartphones have become our lives. I'll admit, I only just got a data plan a few months ago. Before then, I was a wifi-only type of gal, so I did a lot less work from my mobile. Here are a few apps that get me through the work day.
Yes - Twinder. Cute name, right? Twinder is almost exactly how it sounds - Tinder for Twitter. Except, you're not looking for people to meet, you're looking for people to unfollow. I follow everyone, probably too often. Sometimes these people stop adding value, and I need to go through and clean up my list. Twinder allows you to read profiles, look at profile photos, and decide on the spot if you should continue following or cut them loose.
I know I don't have to explain my basics, but I will anyways: Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook Messages, Outlook and Gmail. Now, onto the fun stuff.
There are a few tools I use to create my images, including Notegraphy, We Heart It, and PhotoGrid. I know many people love VSCOcam, but one of my favorite editing tools is Aviary. Luckily, when I logged in with my Adobe e-mail address, I got most of the add-ons free!
If you're not consuming media, you wont have anything to share. I can't decide between Feedly and Pocket, so I'll list them both. I use both apps on my desktop, so it's a seamless transition to my phone.
I don't work well in silence. I also don't work well at home. I'm inspired by coffeeshops and restaurants. Sometimes that's impossible, so Coffitivity brings me a little bit closer when I'm sitting in my office.
5) Trivia Crack
We can't be all work and no play. We need to take a break. My favorite game right now: Trivia Crack.
What apps do you find most helpful for your day-to-day processes?