I run the risk of being called a phone addict (which my husband already does), but I just can’t help it. With so many awesome apps at my disposal, how can I not take advantage of them 😉 I love finding new apps, trying them out and then uninstall them if I don’t like them within 2-3 minutes of use. Life’s too short for crappy apps.
So here’s a list of android apps that I use in my everyday life.
(Instagram and Pinterest)
Be it fitness, beauty, art, lifestyle – Instagram and Pinterest are my favourite apps to find new ideas. This is a medium that shows me what our bodies our capable of, it shows me a world that I would love to explore one day, how art can improve if practiced every day and if I can’t figure out how to style a black skirt, all I have to do is look up Pinterest … this is a medium that has helped me set personal goals and keeps me upbeat to complete them as well.
If you are a fan of Yoga and Travel, don’t forget to follow my account – rajlakshmihb
Checking out Art Transformation is my new favourite time pass 😉
I found this amazing beauty who made me look at long hair in whole different light 😀 Now I am really really serious about taking care of my hair 🙂
The love and support you guys share with me on Instagram makes me want to do and share so much more with you guys 💖 I’ve received so many suggestions over the past few months and I just wanted to take this opportunity to ask what type of content would you guys like to see from me in the future? This post will be my point of reference for future ideas, so leave yours below 😊 Inspire me ✨
(Prisma, Z Galley, Layout)
Since I need to take a whole bunch of pictures for my blogs and Instagram, I need photo editing apps on the go.
Prisma – I use Prisma filters for those pictures which are bit shaky or has too much noise. Plus some of the finished pictures look very artistic with all the extra colors.
Z Camera and Layout (for Instagram) are two new apps I installed to compose and make collages, specially my Yoga photos.
(ColorNote, Journey, Calendar)
ColorNote – From writing down grocery list to typing blog posts while commuting in train, ColorNote is an easy no-fuss app for times when you want to quickly write down something.
Journey – I treat it as an online gratitude journal, where I write all the good things that has happened to me 😊 In a world filled with so much negativity and stress, we often tend to ignore the positive things that happen in our lives. Journey allows you to save photos along with a note.
My Calendar – This app has a very cute interface and I use it to track my health – Period dates, Acne, headaches etc etc.
Do I need to say anything more 🙂 I mostly use these two apps for blogging – to share my blog link, find other bloggers and socialize with them. I love the blogging communities that I am a part of and cannot thank them enough for all the love and encouragement I have received. Write Tribe, BlogChatter and Blog-a-rhythm: these incredibly supportive and positive bunch of souls are the wind beneath my blog’s wings 🙂
StumbleUpon – I love the randomness of StumbleUpon, the articles that come up at the click of a button ranges from weird to absolutely brilliantly.
Kindle – I am pretty sure all the book lovers will have this app installed on their phones for reading e-books.
Apart from them, I use Buffer to schedule to my tweets, ThinkDirty to find how toxic a product is, FitnessPal as a food diary and TripPlanner to check Sydney public transport timings.
I am currently looking for some great video editing tools, please recommend few in the comment section 😇