If there’s one thing that the pandemic has taught us – as if we didn’t know it already – it’s that phones are a major part of our lives. Be this for educational, work or entertainment purposes, there is now an app for everything. This rings true whether you’re an Apple user or an android user. So, let’s take a closer look at some of our must-have apps.
In a world that is seeing increasing flight cancellations and delays due to the pandemic, AirHelp is essential. AirHelp is an app that guides you through the first steps to receiving compensation for cancellations or hefty delays where possible through its understanding of both EU and US laws.
Too Good to Go
Too Good to Go is an app that is both environmentally-friendly and cost-saving. With collaboration from major food providers such as Morrisons and independent cafes, restaurants and hotels, the app pings you a notification when there is food available that might else go to waste. Perfect for uni students or anyone wishing to save pennies by trying a ‘Magic Bag’, Too Good to Go is a truly up and coming app.
Any.do is an app that strives to help you organise all aspects of your life. Perfect for personal, everyday use, the app helps you achieve all set goals for the day. With a colour coding system available to organise jobs according to their priority, and a focus mode to zone out possible distractions, the app is ideal for organising anything – from studying to shopping lists. Any.do has proven to be a useful app that is compatible with smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches.
Both IOS and Android compatible, Scribd is highly rated for putting a whole host of different audiobooks, magazines and eBooks at your fingertips. Whether you’re looking for entertainment or research purposes, you’re truly spoilt for choice with Scribd. With over 80 million users and referred to as the Netflix for books, a membership is a sure-fire way to lose track of time in a variety of different literary worlds.