20 Useful Apps for Working Women

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20 Useful Apps for Working Women

As we step into the 21st century, most of us women are juggling our time between home and work. Almost on a routine basis, we have late nights at work, yoga classes, sudden pop up office/birthday/dinner parties and the list goes on. Not to forget that diet you are still trying so hard to keep up to. To sum it up, it’s a pretty hard task for us women to keep with life’s demands. Don’t we all just wish for a superhero to rescue us sometimes?

Well, though none the problems can be done away with, we can actually give you some solutions to help tackle them and guess what, the solution is already in the palm of your hands. If you haven’t already figured it out, we are taking about your smartphones.

Thank goodness for the smartphone. Face time, Mail apps, calendars, cooking apps, online cab apps and schedulers do a pretty decent job of keeping us aligned today. There is an app for every problem you might be facing, though you might not just know about it yet. This article will help you bridge that gap. Here are a couple of life-saving apps that every working woman should have onboard:

  1. Evernote

The free app allows you to take photos, take notes, and record voice memos/notes. Evernote helps you remember everything, starting from your daily life to other important scheduled tasks. What’s more? You can sync it with your PC and never lose important details.

 

  1. ScanBizCards

When you’re a working mother with kids always misplacing your things, the ScanBizCards is the app for you.You never have to lose important contacts again, This app scans business cards and adds the info to your address book.

  1. Period Tracker

This app tracks and predicts your period dates using average length of your last three period cycles. This is the best period tracking app today because unlike others, it doesn’t base predictions on the 28-day calendar, which is great since most women don’t stick to their cycles. This way you’ll know when to stay prepared. This is by far the best period app that we have come across.

 

  1. Fertility Friend mobile

If you are planning to get pregnant soon, this app can help. It charts your monthly cycle using color-coding that project the days of your fertility based on details you put in about your period. This is one the best apps for pregnancy.

 

  1. Keeper

Keeper holds all of your passwords and usernames for other apps and websites so that never get locked out of any of your accounts. Keeper keeps these passwords safe and is therefore counted amongst one of the best apps for teenage girls also.

 

  1. Duolingo

Up for a new assignment in a new place? Language barriers a problem? This app can help you learn a new language in no time. Duolingo helps you to write and speak the new language.

 

  1. AMAZON

Don’t have time to get that dress for a party? You can always count on Amazon. You can quickly choose and purchase a dress from over hundreds of options. What’s more? You almost always get a great deal.

 

  1. CookWizMe

One thing that haunts working women every day is the routine question of “what to cook”! CookWizMe gives you a fresh recipe every day and also lets you browse throughthe most popular recipes.

 

  1. Nike training club

This app helps you choose from 100+ workout regimes and keeps a check on your calories. You can achieve all your fitness goals with this app.

 

  1. Pose

Pose combines Pinterest, Instagram, and fashion. This photo sharing app allows you to create “collections” and favorite “poses”. The posted contents are shoppable and tagged with the brand information. This is one the coolest apps for teenagers.

 

  1. Uber

It’s 12 am and there are absolutely no cabs available. The cab finder app uses your GPS location to find the nearest cab available for you to book for a hassle free ride home.

 

  1. Mint

Mint is an awesome financial management app that helps you track your spending, sets budgets, and find out when monthly bills are due. You can kiss those month-end worries good bye.

 

  1. Zomato

This app is a one stop destination app for restaurant bookings and reviews. Next time you have a client you have to impress over a meal, take a quick look into Zomato.

 

  1. Grofers

When you are low on groceries and need a quick refill, this app is a good option. Grofers is an online shopping app for Grocery, Vegetables and Bakery items. This app is also a great app for all the housewives out there.

 

  1. Expedia

A travel app that lets you compare between travel packages offered by various sites and choose what suits you best. This app makes planning trips very easy.

 

  1. Alarmy

If you have troubles with waking up in the morning and sleep past the snooze a lot of times, Alarmy is the app for you. Alarmy needs a certain preloaded picture as a Key to switch the alarm off.

 

  1. Baby Connect

This app lets you have constant updates and reminders about your baby’s last feed and sleep cycles. With this app a working mom can easily keep a track of her baby’s whereabouts and direct care takers or her spouse accordingly.

 

  1. Truecaller

This app lets you identify unknown callers and block calls or messages you do not wish to receive. You can also search for people beyond your phonebook.

 

  1. WebMD

    This app helps you understand symptoms of illness or injury and have first-aid for your family at your fingertips.

 

  1. VithU

This app is activated using the power button of your phone. On activation, your details are immediately sent to two of your trusted contacts pinpointing your location. This a Great app considering the safety of all working women.

Now, that you have the list, what are you waiting for go download themJ

By | 2017-11-04T12:37:02+00:00 April 1st, 2016|Categories: Beauty, Fitness, Health, Latest & Reviews, Life, Portable Media, Smart Phones, Software, Tech|1 Comment

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A homemaker by choice, a marketing enthusiast and content curator by vocation, I believe in making things happen. After working in leading MNCs and media houses, I wanted to work for myself at my own pace. Working from home I still love to contribute in my own way. Writing to me is like thinking with my fingers.

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  1. Coralie January 18, 2017 at 12:41 am - Reply

    I thuoght finding this would be so arduous but it’s a breeze!

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