Mon, 10 January 2022
VENMO - Like Google, Venmo has become a verb because the insta-pay app is that helpful. Frequently named one of the best payment apps, Venmo can be used to send and receive money and cut out the awkward moments where you shuffle through your wallet trying to find some cash. PayPal owns Venmo, but the app is distinct. Unlike PayPal, Venmo has a social sharing component and integrates with Facebook so you can see friends using the app and send payment. Receiving mobile payments is free, as is sending from a linked bank account, debit card, or Venmo balance.
HOURS - Where does the time go? Hours will tell you. The app lets you track how you spend each chunk of your day to see how you could better utilise your schedule. Hours’ real-time tracking whittles away time waste by using a running list of clickable timers.
KEEPY - When you can’t bear the thought of throwing out yet another crayoned work of art, Keepy will let you keep and capture it without keeping the clutter. You can use the app to take pictures of your kids’ masterpieces to upload as memories, share with family and friends, and record voice notes or comments. The in-app Keepy Store also lets you purchase and transfer your favourite photos to canvases, photo books and magnets.
ASANA REBEL - When you’re looking for a gentle way to get in shape (without compromising muscle tone and strength), give Asana Rebel a download. Along with more than 10 million other users, you can use the yoga-inspired fitness app to increase flexibility, improve balance, lose weight, strengthen muscle and reduce stress with more than 100 personalised workouts created by yogis and fitness pros.