My favorite apps!

August 12, 2017

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So, I’ve got two young children. We are always into something, learning something or going somewhere fun! So, with that said, I’ve had to stop writing everything down. I usually write my spending down, what I eat, what books I want to read or don’t read. I realized about a month ago, using my phone to input this information into my phone could be significantly more accurate and efficient. I do the same with my PC now, and after a long research period I found that websites similar to Fileproton were great for all my download, software freeware and app needs. There is a wide selection of games available to download to keep the kids entertained alongside many TV options for me! Win win.

Once I downloaded a couple of apps, and began adding the necessary information, I became hooked to using phone apps for good, not evil. Additionally, I was so fascinated by some of these apps that I tried doing a research to know what drives their popularity. I was amazed to know that several of these apps happen to use marketing platforms in order to create convincing advertisements. Besides that, I also understood that mobile marketing platforms like AdAction could also help the app creators to monetize mobile traffic and gain more installs by attracting high quality users to their product. I hope this to be insightful for the readers!

Now let’s talk about my favorite apps and the reasons why they are my favorites:

Spendee- This is a free app (though, they have in app purchases.) I am loving being able to add my purchases into my app, and keep it organized by category. It makes inputting things into my budget every Sunday so much easier. I also find it incredibly helpful to be able to visualize my spending, by category, helpful in avoiding overspending.

MyFitnessPal- This is my favorite app for tracking what I eat and my exercises. If you’re not tracking your food, you should start! Especially, if you’re trying to live a healthier lifestyle. It is just a great app in general for wellness.

Amazon Prime/Amazon Prime Now- I love having this app on my phone for a couple of reasons. Price Match is a good reason, so if I’m already in a store buying something (I’ll price match) but also I love the ease of being out and about, realizing we need something, and ordering 1 click delivery or having it arrive in 2 hours via Amazon Prime Now. It also comes as a benefit that Prime video is available and we can enjoy many more TV shows and film titles as a family or by myself. We even look to Change country Amazon Prime has us down as. This is because some restricted titles can be accessed when viewing Prime using a VPN that can change your location. Basically, I just love Amazon. Let’s be real.

Hoopla/Libby/Overdrive- So these are the library streaming accounts for my libraries, yours may be different. Just found out which service your library uses, I download about 2-3 audiobooks a week and listen to them while I work out or wash dishes or fold clothes. You can also get e-books to read, but I’m team audiobook.

Audible- So, I recently gave up my Audible membership. However, I keep the app on my phone because I love Audible and always ask for gift cards for their service for holidays and my birthday. If you’ve followed this blog, you know I’ve loved Audible for years. Get two free audiobooks
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Podcast service– If you have an iPhone, this is already on your phone. Otherwise, find a way to get access to podcasts. They are perfect little bite size snippets of knowledge. I love them, and soon I hope you will tune into mine! Here are some of my favorites: Risen Motherhood, In This Together with Dr. Josh + Christi, and The Homemaking Foundations podcast.

Boxed– I love Boxed! I can’t get enough of it, actually. Here’s a coupon for you to get 15.00 off of a 60.00 purchase. It has really changed my bulk shopping, the prices are great. It is easy, everything arrives in two days. There i no cost to join, you just enjoy it.

Shutterfly– So, the Shutterfly app is amazing! They always have in app freebies! Like, always! It is so easy to use, too. My whole house is decorated in Shutterfly products and I’m always giving it out as gifts.

Ibotta- So, I used to not be impressed with Ibotta. I’m glad my dear friend encouraged me to give it another shot, because they have really stepped it up. You can order your discounted Boxed items through Ibotta and earn additional cash back. It’s a great deal.

UberEats– This is a good deal, because you get a coupon for your first order. So, come to mama free/heavily discounted food. Same with Amazon Restaurants, which in our area has more options, and it made this a great deal for delivered food. If you wanted to become a delivery driver for a company like UberEats, you might want to search for delivery driver jobs near me.

Honorable Mentions- Starbucks and Chick Fila apps. There are definitely opportunities to earn free or cheaper items through these app.

I am just at a point where I feel that my phone should work for me! So, I hope you can benefit from downloading these apps too!

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This Messy Season is a blog serving families through practical tips for nurturing their families, emphasizing quality time and adventure. Helping young families bloom where they're planted, embrace their mess, and thrive through a series of honest, blog posts highlighting realistic travel tips, favorite products that simplify the work load of families, and family entertainment.

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