Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Fun Apps >> with 3twentysix V1

Fun Apps>> with 3twentysix Image

Let's talk about apps. I'm partial to iOS apps because I own an iPhone 4S but I still have love for Android. I'm currently in the works to get my husband E to switch from Android to iOS. I know he'd freaking love the simplicity of it. He's not big on customizing his Android but then again he has a super old Android Lol!

Moving along..

Running with Friends - Available for iOS only (for now) Free
Outrun and outscore your friends as you stay one step ahead of charging bulls on the streets of Pamplona, Spain.
Credit: My screenshots
A coworker brought this game into my life and I am super addicted. It's similar to Temple Run. You have to jump things and move side to side to collect coins. When you mess up the bull gets closer to you and if you mess up again, the bull will take you out. There are a total of three rounds and you don't know what your opponents score is until you've finished each round. Srsly recommend this game.

Clear - Available for iOS only - $1.99 - Koalcat's Clear is similar on Android - Free 
Life is messy. Keep it together with Clear, an amazing new app for list-keeping that is unbelievably simple, quick and satisfying to use.
Credit: iTunes images
I've tried multiple grocery list apps and none have really done it for me. I know this app isn't specifically for grocery lists but that's why I like it. I can set up multiple lists easily. To-do, groceries, music to buy, movies to watch, or books I want to check out. The lists go on and on and on. I downloaded this when Drippler featured it for free. Who doesn't like free?! :] I've been using the shizzle out of both of these apps. Drippler gives me news on iOS products, reviews, and apps as they come out and this app is free.

Gratitude Journal - Available for iOS only - $.99 - Android has a ton of apps similar to this
Write down five things you are grateful for each day and your life will change forever.
Credit: My screenshots
I love this app. One of my good friends told me about it cause she thought it would be fantastical for me. She knows me so well cause she was so right. The idea is to write five things every day that you're grateful for and it'll change your attitude. I've been slacking a bit but I like going back and checking out random days. I don't normally pay for apps, the app has to be the shizzle dizzle or else I just pass. Since this was recommended, I figured it would be worth the buy. I like how simple it is to use, passcode is nice and how it makes me feel when I look back it. Don't judge me for being grateful for almond pastries - Those thing are NOMS!

Tell me about some apps you like or those you can't live without. Dropbox, Evernote & Mailbox are three that I can't live without.

..till next time ;]

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