Provided that you haven’t lived under a rock for a couple of decades, you’ve probably become familiar with Google Play Store or iTunes App Store a long time ago. There you can find apps for messaging, browsing, sharing photos, virtual scheduling, watching videos, etc.
Depending on your interests, you can most definitely find the exact app you need to either help you with managing professional commitments or entertain you.
Here’s a list of 5 apps you’d definitely want to install on your phone. Also, if you are interested in learning more about applications popular in famous touristic places, we’ve got you covered. Take a look.
Wake alarm clock
This app will change your mornings forever. Available on the App Store for iOS devices, this app changes the way you control waking up. Everyone loves this app. Heavy sleepers can delay waking up by slapping their phone. Those who want to wake up on time but have always struggled to do so will need to shake their phones until the shake bar fills up to turn it off. This means that you’ll be wide awake by the time the shake bar is filled up. On the other hand, lighter dreamers can swipe up and kick off the day. A variety of features help this app to stand out in the sea of alarm applications. You’ll love it.
Hong Kong has become a touristic haven. Those who enjoy spa and yoga will love revolutionary Mind Beauty booking app that makes booking yoga classes or massage sessions in Hong Kong a lot easier.
By using this app, you’ll be able to find the best yoga teachers, as well as wellness and beauty professionals based in Hong Kong.
Not only will this app help you find the best places for wellness and spa in Hong Kong but you will also be getting special offers from nearby gyms, hair salons, fitness and yoga centers, etc. If you like to plan everything, this app is guaranteed to be your new favorite – you can book any service up to a month in advance. Available on both Google Play and the iTunes App Store.
In the era of digital marketing, it’s hard to ignore Buffer, especially if you are an entrepreneur or a passionate social media user. This app will make managing your social media accounts a whole lot easier. Buffer enables orchestrating social media releases from a single dashboard.
In addition, you can schedule all your social media releases in advance. For example, if you’d want to share something important with your followers in the evening but you doubt you’ll have time, you can prepare everything a few hours (or even days) earlier and then simply set the time (and date) when you’d want to have those posts sent out to your social media. Cool, isn’t it? Buffer is basically a social media manager you’d want to hire right away. Available on both Google Play and iTunes App Store.
If you plan to visit New York City soon, NY Waterway is an app you’d want to download as soon as possible. With NY Waterway, your phone practically becomes your ticket. This app allows Hudson River ferry riders to purchase online tickets and check in with their phones.
In addition, you’ll have insight into schedules, advisory, route maps, bus locators, etc. If you are new to Big Apple, this app will help you to manage your touristic activities and move around the city.
Improving your grammar and vocabulary has never been easier. Duolingo is one of the most popular language apps because of the number of languages that can be learned for free. Moreover, you can improve your English skills too.
Ever wanted to learn how to speak Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Ukrainian, or, for example, Turkish? Duolingo is your solution. You’ll be playing games and completing lessons. Take lessons while traveling, cooking, or walking your dog. It’s fun and free, so why not try it?
While the list of useful apps certainly doesn’t finish here, these few will definitely make your life easier. Regardless of whether you’ve already planned your next trip or not, make sure to familiarize with apps specifically used in most visited touristic places.
About the author:
Mia Taylor is a fashion and beauty enthusiast from Sydney and writer for www.highstylife.com. She loves writing about her life experiences. Travelling and enjoying other cultures and their food with her husband is a big part of her life. She is always on the lookout for new trends in fashion and beauty, and considers herself an expert when it comes to lifestyle tips.
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