five current favourite apps....
Trust me, I have an app for that. I have too many apps for my phone. I delete them in order to carry around approx 3000 images. because I'm a photographer. but - I definitely have an app for everything.
Theres the one that I couldn't and wouldn't be without -
View Ranger. free. Yes - no charge. Footpaths and bridleways marked. Just hit the gps button on the app and it instantly tells you where you, where you are going and where the paths are. Plus it gets me back to the car every time, -I have a tendency to go 'off road' hiking. I have learnt SO MANY new routes on this. Love it. Plus of course it tells you how far/fast/long/up and down that you went. If you bike ride/dog walk/horse ride/hike/run trails you need this app.
And there the good ol' everyday life sort -
Fitness pal. Still using this., after three years!! Lately the upgrade has been fabulous. Counting calories/nutrition/fats and proteins plus tracking what you burn as you exercise. Brilliant, factual and helpful.
Nespresso - only if you have the machine but makes next day ordering such breeze. For this of us with coffee addiction problems ;)
Your DPD - My clients prints are delivered from the printers via this delivery service. Its a pretty frequent thing and the new app is v cool indeed. lets me track and update my deliveries, plus lets me decided where to get it left, provide secret leaving places, and know if they have to alter times. Royal Mail could learn a thing or two!
Skype. For me Skpe is purely business. Keeping my whatsapp/wechat/Kik type apps for friends and chats means I can pay attention to Skype during working hours and hear back from clients fast. I think I prefer the phone to the desktop version.