We see you with that shiny new smartphone. Looking to populate it with apps that are both practical and fun? As always, we’ve got you covered.
Your favorite verses, all in one place. This app was designed to help you memorize and review God’s word, at your own pace.
If you’re an avid online shopper, and you have partially full carts across so many sites you that can’t even keep track, this one’s for you.
With Wanelo from Want, Need, Love, not only do you have direct access to more than 350,000 stores (which you can favorite, BTW), but you can also save all your wish-list products in a single, easy-to-navigate space. Just think of it as the ULTIMATE shopping cart so that no single “I need this…eventually” item is ever left behind.
Totally digging somebody else’s style? Follow their favorited items for a sneak peek into their fashion sense.
3. LetterFX Pro
For all you Instagram lovers out there, this one is a must-have to up your ’gram game. In short, this gem takes the lovely personal pictures you’ve stored in your smartphone and drops them into a word frame of your choice (check out the example below) to create a Pinterest-worthy image you can then share with your friends.
This one is SUPER useful, especially if you’re a student and you’ve got about 893,798,753 passwords floating around in your brain. The name is pretty self-explanatory, so we’ll keep it short and sweet: It’s a mobile place designed to store all of your passwords (so you only need to remember one).
And someday, it will be a real lifesaver.
Speaking of lifesavers, here’s an app every girl should have. Whether you’re one for late-night jogs or midnight study sessions in the campus library, it’s never a bad idea to take that extra step to stay safe when you’re traveling solo.
SafeTrek is great because it allows you to connect with local police without making an official emergency call. So yeah, it can be cancelled at any moment, should your possible attacker turn out to be a stray cat. This is huge, because you never again have to choose between avoiding possible embarrassment (see above) and feeling 110 percent safe.
This clever app to “track your dreams, discover yourself” provides a way for you to track, record and even analyze your dreams. At best, it can help you get to know your inner self a little better. At the least, Dreamboard is kind of like a simple, take-anywhere dream diary that ought to be pretty fun (and maybe even surprising) to look back on.
Oh, and don’t worry—it’s completely private. Unless, of course, you choose to share.
What are a few of your all-time favorite apps? Share them with us in the comments section below!