It's been quite a while since i last blogged about my favourite apps and i've probably downloaded at least 20+ apps since then. So, with that said i've decided to make this a more frequent post :
This handy little app for gmail let's you set a notification to pop up if you haven't recieved a reply to an email within a specified amount of time. You can also boomerang messages back to the top of your inbox, to remind you of them nearer the time you need to be paying attention to them. But i would have to say the best thing is that you can schedule e-mails to send later, this is perfect when replying to e-mails on the weekend but not wanting to disturb the person, so you can write it up and hit send when it's more appropriate.
Quiz up is a game where two people compete in a quiz. you can take quizzes on dozens of subjects. They update weekly, which i love as it keeps it fresh. My boyfriend introduced me to this app in November and i've been hooked ever since. My competitive streak comes out and i just have to beat everybody lol. If i have a long journey on the train most times i'll be playing this. Despite me only recently finding out about this app, it's not new, i believe it came out at the end of 2013 but i obviously missed the memo lol
Suffer from anxiety? be sure to check this app out; Headspace offers a free 'take ten' programme which is a simple introduction to mindful meditation. Each session is 10 minutes long. You are greeted by a warm and welcoming voice, Andy (the guy that guides you throughout each session) who will make you feel at ease while he imparts his words of wisdom.
Life can get real stressful at times, so i think everyone would benefit from taking a few mins out of the day to sit still, breathe and let your mind wander. It does take some time to allow your mind to get to that point but stick with it, you'll get there. After your ten day trail ends you will need to subscribe to continue using the app.
Trello is more of a visual to do list. This task app allows you to create boards for different projects and separate sharable lists within them. Making work fun!
This has got to be the best transport app available to London. It covers live departure for all modes of transport: train (tube and overground), bus, cycling, taxi and walking (it even tells you how many calories you will burn walking) - great for Londoners and also anyone not familiar with the city.
Have you used any of the apps listed above? if so, let me know your thoughts below