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9 Apps You Should Be Using Right Now


9 apps you should be using right now
Apps are one of the best things to have happened to mobile phones. No other feature of the phone has made our lives as simple and easier as apps. From paying telephone bills, to checking your bank account to monitoring your BP, you can do all this and much more, courtesy the wide world of apps. 

However, with thousands of apps available, picking the right app can be a challenge. Here is a list of some of the most quirky and useful apps that you should be using right now.

1. Shots

November 05, 2014
Shots
Shots is a photo-sharing and social networking app that is all about sharing selfies. Justin Bieber invested in Shots early on as an angel investor. 

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

2. Frontback

November 05, 2014
Frontback
Frontback is a fun camera app that keeps things fresh by letting you snap a picture using the rear as well as front cameras of the smartphone. You can explore other people's photos and leave a 5-second video response on a friend's photo if you want.

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

3. Yik Yak

November 05, 2014
Yik Yak
Yik Yak is a location-based newsfeed that allows users to anonymously upload their thoughts for others nearby to view. Yik Yak shares similarities with Reddit by allowing users to up-vote and down-vote submissions to keep a fresh feed.

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

4. Songza

November 05, 2014
Songza
Songza allows you to choose from playlists built around your current activity, mood, genre, or decade. Examples include "Working (no lyrics)," "Having Fun At Work," "Coding," or even "Grinding at a Nightclub."

Price: Free (Web)

5. Afterlight

November 05, 2014
Afterlight
Afterlight is a photo-editing app that offers 59 filters, including 14 from guest Instagram users, and 66 textures.

Price: $0.99 (iOS, Android)

6. Kitestring

November 05, 2014
Kitestring
Kitestring calls itself "your virtual overprotective mom," and isn't an app. All you have to do is text a time frame to Kitestring, and the service will send you a message checking up on you after a specified amount of time. If you text back, all is well, if not, you can set up Kitestring to send out a customized emergency message to your friends and family. 

Price: Free (Web)

7. Toggl

November 05, 2014
Toggl
Toggl is a great tool for tracking and recording how you spend your time. You can quickly type in what you're working on, start the timer, tag your tasks and see a nifty breakdown of your time at the end of the day. 

Price: $5/month with 30-day free trial

8. Represent

November 05, 2014
Represent
For $9.99 a year, Represent helps you quickly create a professional resume that can match your industry and personality with various designs and colours. Your resume is also stored online for easy sharing, and you can even see your resume's analytics to check how many times it's been viewed.

Price: $9.99/year (Web)

9. Stoodle

November 05, 2014
Stoodle
Stoodle is a great way to collaborate online in a virtual workspace. Students and teachers can write and draw in realtime on a virtual whiteboard, and built-in voice conferencing and messaging makes working together easy. The best part is that all of your work is saved permanently so you can always circle back on your work.
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