Apps – these days we can’t live without them, but which do you use the most? Which apps have you installed for the sake of someone else? Today it’s the turn of The Boy’s Behaviour to answer these questions…
The App I Use the Most. Well aside from Instagram and Facebook, I suppose I use my camera loads, and then after that the Amazon Kindle app. Before bed, in the car waiting for the kids after school, in a snatched 5 minutes here and there, I do try to read fiction to transport me away from everyday life, and it’s much easier to do that on my phone, than carry a book around.
The App which is my guilty pleasure.
I’m going to sound like the poster girl for Amazon after my previous answer but I suppose the general Amazon app is my guilty pleasure. I have Prime membership, so it’s super easy to have a quick flick for an item, order it and have it the next day. The downside is that one-click ordering – makes it far too easy to spend!
The App I really should remove.
I’m pleased to say I don’t have any that I should remove. I hate having an untidy app screen so I periodically get rid of those I don’t use anymore. Plus I’m in the honeymoon period of my phone (having only had it a fortnight) so having filled it up with rubbish…yet!
The App on my phone/tablet which is not for me.
I don’t have many – in fact just one for Dollop which is Endless ABC. It’s educational so I don’t really mind, but to be honest, she rarely plays it as she has her own tablet now.
The App I would recommend.
Several actually – Ocado, which I use frequently to order and edit my shopping; Ringo – because I never have change on me for parking, and this means I can use my card to park and S Health (a Samsung app) which helps me track my steps, meals and weight, which is important to me.
The last App I used today.
Nissan EV – a very useful app for people with Nissan Leaf electric cars, but very boring for those without. It helps me see how much charge (and therefore how many miles) I have left on the car, I can track how efficient the car and my driving are and I can see from a distance how well it’s charging – I love this because I can sit and enjoy a cuppa somewhere and see exactly how fast it’s charging. Or even, like tonight, I could check from the comfort of the sofa to see whether I needed to charge the car overnight. Which incidentally I do…so excuse me whilst I go and plug in…
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