We all enjoy apps that help us in our everyday life.
We found a handful that you might be interested in adding to your collection.
Be sure to check these out!
Post-it: With this app, you will no longer be torn between taking notes on your phone or writing them with pen and paper. This application allows you to capture images, and share them. This app also can have items imported into Trello, an organizing app in order to transfer them into tasks. Available to download for Android and iOS devices.
Canva: If you are in need of a Christmas card, announcement, or even a special social media post, Canva is the app to use. It has various free templates to choose from and utilize in order to make that holiday event or advertisement pop. Available to download for Android and iOS devices.
Moodpath: This app allows you to track your mood throughout the day. It asks you three times a day how you are feeling and helps you express and pinpoint the emotions you are experiencing at that time. It can be beneficial for helping you vent emotions during stressful times such as finals week. Available to download for Android and iOS devices.
Ambient Mixer: Use Ambient Mixer for your studying or if you want to immerse yourself in the sounds of a forest. This mixer is great background noise that can help with focusing on projects or assignments. Available to download for Android and iOS devices.
Paprika: This app works to help you store your meal planning needs. You can make meal plans, create shopping lists, and keep track of your recipes or recipes you find on the web. It can be a beneficial app for individuals or those who have to feed a family while also getting homework done. Available to download for Android and iOS devices.
Originally posted in the Freeman/Lozier Library’s quarterly newsletter, More Than Books, V. 23 No. 1, Winter 2019.