People rely on their phones for much more than keeping in touch. So here are 15 top apps that can expand what you do with your devices.
Apps for Entertainment
Do you need something to keep you distracted and entertained during downtime? These entertainment apps may be just what you are looking for:
- DoggCatcher Podcast Player
Android users looking for a podcast manager will love the streamlined experience provided by DoggCatcher. once you download the app, you can use Chromecast to watch on another device.
- Amazon Prime
For those days between crammed-full tour sessions when all you want are some genuinely low-key things to do in St Maarten, why not hit the beach and relax while streaming a classic movie? Amazon Prime streaming service can make that a reality.
- Pandora Music
Do you prefer to listen to music while you whittle away the time? Try Pandora for streaming. The free option has some limitations (like commercials), but it allows you to choose music based on your favorite artists or genres.
Want to listen to a book instead? Sign up for audible and listen as they are read to you.
- Peacock TV
Peacock TV is a great choice for those who prefer to watch a favorite show. The free platform offers an excellent selection of shows, and you can upgrade for improved access for a reasonable fee.
You never quite know what you might come across on YouTube, which is what keeps people coming back. Whether you need an instructional video, product reviews or want to follow along with a workout session, this video platform delivers.
Apps To Help You Stay Organized
If you are anything like the majority of Americans, keeping up with your schedule is one of the biggest tasks of each day. So, instead of becoming consumed with to-dos, let these apps keep you on track and productive.
If you want a simple and easy-to-use organizer app, Todoist is for you. It can help even the most scatterbrained individual get their schedule together and under control.
If you schedule many appointments, Claendly is a great tool to check out. It allows you to send a link for others to book meetings when you are available, cutting out a lot of the back and forth otherwise involved.
The 24me app is a great choice for people who want to take lots of notes about tasks. It is set up to allow voice control, so you can jot down your thoughts without lifting a finger. Plus, it offers smart notifications and integrates with many popular calendar apps.
Apps To Help You Learn
No matter your age or what topic you want to uncover, these apps are designed to help expand your horizons.
Are you ready to learn another language? Try Duolingo, which proudly claims the be the world's best way to learn a new language.
- NASA App
Science lovers will marvel at the amount of information available through the free NASA App. Here you'll find videos, pictures, podcasts and maps of important space objects all in one place.
- Google Earth
Go on an adventure without leaving home with Google Earth. Interactive 3D maps, videos and guided tours let you experience virtually any part of the world, well, virtually.
- Khan Academy
Khan Academy offers accessible and informative lessons about popular topics. Whether you need to take a test prep course or learn introductory algebra, you'll find a program to help.
Apps To Keep You Informed
Maybe you want to use your devices to stay informed about the world around you, then you are in luck with these informative apps.
More than 3,000 popular TED Talks are now available on the TED app. You can hear experts talk about topics covering every discipline.
Flipboard provides news coverage tailored around topics you select, meaning you can get daily news without constant doomscrolling.
Whether you want to learn a new language, get organized or stay on top of current events, this list clearly shows that there's an app for that.