Read more — Scribd
Scribd is definitely one of the most popular apps for accessing magazines, ebooks, graphic novels, and even audiobooks on the go. The app provides personalized recommendations, but you can also browse by topic, or explore what’s currently trending. You’ll have access to some of the most popular publications on the planet, including Bloomberg, Time Magazine, People Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Money Magazine. The app is also incredibly handy if you’re a university student, since it allows you to search for dissertations, scientific studies, government reports, and even sheet music. Your unlimited selection of books will not only sync across all your devices, but will be ready for you to read offline. The app is free to download and comes with a 30-day trial period, but a membership cost is $9 a month.
Learn a new language — Duolingo
So you want to learn a new language? Well, felicidades! Estamos muy orgullosos de ti! You should try Duolingo. This app will give you as much as you can handle in the form of short, lesson-orientated bursts. You can learn at a gradual pace, too, and even practice with your friends. There is a bit of gamification here, so it will feel almost as if you’re playing a game and striving to reach the next level.
Set good habits — HabitBull
Looking to start some good habits, or simply stop your bad ones? If you think you’re eating the wrong things, spend too much time on social media, or you just want to get up and walk a little more every day, then HabitBull will help you keep track of everything you do. When tracking your habits, the app will let you see if you’ve achieved your goals. You can also view your progress in weeks or months with the calendar view. The key here is to keep at it, and even if you don’t reach your goals at first, just don’t give up. Building good habits, and getting rid of the bad ones, takes time. This app will help you meet your goal with a fun, game-like approach.
Fall in love — 36 Questions
Do you want to fall in love? Getting to know someone can be tricky, so having some icebreakers can be helpful. These questions were created by Dr. Arthur Aron, and they’re said to make you fall in love. To get started, just read the questions and then take turns answering them honestly. Questions are in sets of three, and each question will get a bit harder to answer than the previous one.
Examples of questions you’ll answer are:
- What would constitute a perfect day for you?
- If you could wake up tomorrow having gained any one quality or ability, what would it be?
- Complete this sentence: I wish I had someone with whom I could share …
Change your career — Glassdoor
If you’re looking for a new job, or you’re thinking about changing careers, the first thing you’ll want to do is some research. Glassdoor offers much more than the latest job listings. You can check out reviews for the company, salaries, benefits, and other things that are important to you. You will also be able to use the Know Your Worth tool so that you can calculate your current market value and search average wages. You can also see what former employees have to say about a company.
Save more money — Goodbudget
Very few budgeting apps are as well rated as Goodbudget. Here you will be able to do all your money management and keep track of all your bills and expenses. You can also download them as a .csv file if you like to work on it in Excel. With this app, you will be able to create a budget and stick to it. It’s a great way to get your spending under control and help you achieve your budget goal.
Get in shape — Nike+ Training Club
Nike+ Run Club is a running app that takes an adaptive approach to your training. Based on your goals and fitness level, it will adapt its recommended training curriculum to better suit your progress. Not only does the app help you stay motivated by integrating with social apps like Facebook, but it will allow you to send a “shoutout” to a friend to help them stay motivated. This app is even available for Apple Watch.