Some of these apps are fairly new and some have been around awhile, but their common denominator is they all should be downloaded onto your smart phones – Pronto!
The RunPee app lets you enjoy your movie going experience by telling you the best times to run and pee without missing anything important. The RunPee family – Dad, Mom and Sis – see each wide release movie that comes out on opening day. They watch for 3-5 minute spans in the movie where nothing really exciting, funny, or important happens. After the credits roll set your timer and your phone will vibrate when the first pee time begins. While you’re in the lou you read about what action you are missing out on. Genius!!
RunKeeper is one of the strongest in the category of apps that wants to turn your smart phone into a personal trainer. RunKeeper is part motivator, part tracker and (long-term) part health graph. The app allows you to track your walks, runs, bike rides, hikes, etc. by using the GPS in your phone. It keeps stats on each activity, compares those stats, sets short-term and long-term goals, and also offers customizable training plans, and voice coaching.
The description reads, “Snapseed is the only photo app you’ll want to use every day.” The statement is true on so many levels; it’s probably the best photo editing app available. It can perform simple tasks such as automatic adjustments which aid in bringing out the best picture quality. One also has the ability to manually adjust the image by tweaking the levels of brightness, contrast, white balance and various other settings. It has a generous filter list with my favorite being the vintage feel. A great way to add drama to your photos!
Recipe Search is the quick and simple way to find recipes (its library has over 150k) with ingredients that you already own, or lets you search using a list of ingredients you want to work with. Ask questions and someone will reply within minutes with its real-time chatting platform. It lets you upload your recipe pictures and get instant love back from its community! It’s home, sweet home, for people who love cooking and sharing ideas!
Pose’s mobile photo-sharing platform lets people share snapshots of their outfits and tag them with brand and designer details. It has made some serious traction since first launching its iPhone app in early 2011 with one million users who have shared more than two million “poses”. Right now, more than 10,000 poses are added to the platform each day from users all over the world – Russia to Brazil to the US and far beyond. CEO Dustin Rosen likes to put this in perspective as “more fashion content than Vogue magazine produces in a year.”