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10 Essential Apps That Every Woman Should Have On Their Phone

Let’s state the obvious. You have your phone on you 24/7 and constantly check in to see your emails, your dog on nest and scroll through Instagram. Now, what if we make the phone do a little work for you in the background. There are a few essential apps that you should have on your phone to reduce a bit of your workload and stress.


1. Wunderlist

The only app you need for planning your day and life. Wunderlist is the easiest way to get stuff done. It’s great for planning a holiday, sharing a shopping list with a partner, managing multiple work projects or just a reminder to call your mom.

Download Wunderlist for iPhone,

Download Wunderlist for Android


2. Duolingo

Duolingo is the best app to learn a language. With over 25 languages- it’s fun and it’s free. Learning a language could not be more addictive!

Download Duolingo for iPhone,

Download Duolingo for Android


3. Shazam

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How many times have you struggled to remember the name of the song or the artist? You have Shazam to do the work for you. It’s fast, you can link it your apple music or Spotify and offers an apple watch app too! Shazam away!

Download Shazam for iPhone,

Download Shazam for Android


4. Pocket

Pocket is your best friend if you love reading blogs and other online content. “When you find something you want to view later, put it in Pocket.” You can practically pocket anything in this app articles, videos. You can save directly from your browser or from apps like Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse etc.

Download Pocket for iPhone

Download Pocket for Android


5. Clue

Clue is one of the most recommended period tracking apps by OB/GYNs. Never be surprised by your period again. Whether you want to make sure you know when your period will start or if you want to track your mood during your cycle or if you want to track your ovulation cycle. Clue will do that for you!

Download Clue for iPhone,

Download Clue for Android


6. SafeTrek

Safety First! Women world over are using personal safety apps to make their walk back home a little less scary. All you need to do is open the app and hold your thumb on the safe button. Once you feel safe you can release your thumb and you’ll be prompted to input your pin to let the app know you’re safe. If you’re in danger, just release the button and don’t enter your pin. The app will notify local police of your location and someone will be on their way to help.

Download SafeTrek App



IFTTT (If This Then That) is a free web-based service that people use to create chains of simple conditional statements, called applets. It’s a service that helps streamline all your apps so you don’t have to bounce back and forth. The applet is triggered by changes that occur within other web services such as Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest.

Download IFTTT


8. Headspace

Headspace is a personal meditation guide right in your pocket. Headspace makes meditation more approachable through things like tutorials and training videos.

Download Headspace for iPhone,

Download Headspace for Android


9. Freeletics

Freeletics is a high-intensity workout app that combines full-body routines and exercises with running for a complete fat-shredding workout. All workouts are designed to last between 5 and 45 minutes and can be done from the comfort of your home. This workout is definitely intense and the Coach (paid) option can really kick you a$$!

Download Freeletics for iPhone,

Download Freeletics for Android


10. Yelp

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Yelp is your local guide to finding the perfect place to eat, shop, drink, relax and play. And the best place to find reviews on restaurants and businesses. Also, did we mention they deliver food and make reservations. It’s time to plan the weekend right!

Download Yelp for iPhone,

Download Yelp for Android


Images: iTunes/GooglePlay