5 Apps You Should Be Using
Do you want to make your life easier when it comes to your business and personal needs? Then for smart phone users and business owners, we have found you some of the best apps you can get on your Android and Apple handsets that will help you schedule appointments, edit pictures/videos and keep up to date with your day to day duties.
Interact helps you create, organize, and communicate with your contacts in many different ways, Interact empowers you and your contacts to get more done in less time, with features like group management, one-tap contact creation, and more you won’t find in the built-in iOS Contacts app.
Some key features:
• Arrange the default ordering of email, phone, and other details to fit your needs.
• It’s just one tap to message or email a single contact or entire groups.
• Export contacts, or automatically backup to iCloud Drive periodically.
Blur It Free
Blur It Free lets you blur out certain parts of images you don’t want people to see or understand. You might be wondering, why would I want to blur out parts of images, well if you’re taking a photo and you don’t want someone to see someone’s face or maybe an account number on a piece of paper, you will be able to stop people from seeing that if you wish.
Secret Folder Icon
Secret Folder Icon is an app that is disguised as a folder. It requires a secure password to be opened. There have been many celebrities and businesses in the past few years that’ve had very sensitive photos, documents and personal information leaked to the general public.
Do you take a lot of selfies? Or do you just take a lot of photos in your job? This is defiantly an App you going to want! Organise your camera roll and find your best pictures. A photo typically contains physical objects as well as moods and emotions. The Roll uses EyeEm Vision to understand these concepts and adds them as keywords to the metadata of your photos. EyeEm Vision recognizes and tags thousands of concepts – and it’s getting smarter every day. This means you can find the photo you’re looking for in a flash.
When you find something you want to view later, you can easily save it for later when you have enough time. Working as a more in-depth bookmark you can put articles, videos or pretty much anything into Pocket. Save directly from your browser or from apps like Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse and Zite.
If it’s in Pocket, it’s on your phone, tablet or computer. You don’t even need an Internet connection.