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Friday, 1 September 2017

14 apps everyone should have on their phone

Most people spend the vast majority of their time in just a handful of apps. These are the best ones everyone should have


null  (Hollis Johnson/Business Insider)

Most people spend the vast majority of their time in just a handful of apps. I'm no exception.

While I keep over 100 apps on my phone for minor things, there are only 14 apps that I regularly turn to. These are my go-to apps that make my life easier, more productive and more enjoyable. If you want to get the most out of your phone, I recommend having these essential apps.

Check them out:

Spotify


Spotify  (Thomson Reuters)

For listening to as much music as possible, however you like to listen to it.

Yelp


Yelp  (Thomson Reuters)

For restaurant recommendations and reviews of businesses.

Solebon Solitaire


Solebon Solitaire  (Dave Smith/Tech Insider)

A free, quiet game for downtime or commuting.

Slack


Slack  (Slack)

For getting work done, and collaborating with others.

Uber


Uber  (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)

For getting a quick ride from point A to point B, wherever that may be.

Google Maps


Google Maps  (Dave Smith/Tech Insider)

For navigating around the city, driving directions and finding places of interest.

Reddit


Reddit  (Dave Smith/Tech Insider)

For entertainment, news, and stories to share.

Your personal bank's app


Your personal bank's app  (REUTERS/ Rebecca Cook)

For tracking your finances, as well as incoming and outgoing payments.

Email by Edison


Email by Edison  (EasilyDoMail.com)

For a better, more organized, more efficient email experience.

Twitter


Twitter  (Thomson Reuters)

For getting the latest news (and occasionally depressing yourself).

Doordash (or your local food delivery app)


Doordash (or your local food delivery app)  (DoorDash)

For those nights when you're too lazy to cook.

Dark Sky


Dark Sky  (Hollis Johnson/Business Insider)

For an extremely accurate view of the day's weather.

Instagram


Instagram  (Google Images)

To keep up with friends, and share my own experiences with them.

YouTube


YouTube  (YouTube)

For watching the occasional video clip, trailer, or show.

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