You ever wonder whats on a bloggers phone? I do. I always like to see my options when it comes to apps that are productive, mom-friendly and in general… AWESOME! And I like to know which ones are good and which to skip.
In my case, I like to take pictures a lot and I have a certain pickiness when it comes to editing. I like my photos contrast-y, bright, and de-saturated. +Camera+ is my go-to camera app. Skip your iPhone camera since camera+ has a grid and many other options to get a great image right off the bat. Find it in the app store for $2.99. Literally, every singe photo on my IG goes through A Color Story app. I love this app for daytime photography and even darker photos. I purchased all filters when it first came out. It is complete with filters, effects and even tools to touch up. Best part is that its free and its on iphone & Android. I run most my selfies through +Facetuneapp and other photos that need spot removal, smoothing and blurring. I really love how I can brighten one part of the photo and keep the other part dark. Iv’e noticed its available for Android & Iphone for $3.99. Lastly, I use Phonto for quick text on images like this one below! The app is available for both Android and iPhone and its free.
Buying and Selling App’s
I sell a number of items online so I have a few outlets for that venture. I use +eBay ((of course)) and also Depop . Depop is a great place to sell and find unique pieces that relate to pop culture. From old Vintage records to new trends like pineapple tee’s, Depop has em. Both app’s are free and available for iPhone and Android.
Follow me on Depop here!
I also like having an app on hand for the kiddos. But one that’s educational. I like the +BabyFirst TV apps and +ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy app. Most baby first app’s are free and available for both android and iPhone. ABC mouse is $7 per month but I find that Ace especially likes it. It’s especially helpful to have a learning app when your’e shopping with your little’s.
Tabata is the clock that I use to break a sweat. Tabata training is a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout, featuring exercises that last four minutes. In order to achieve this type of workout, you need the proper stopwatch. This one online is free and this one on iphone is also free.
+Cartwheel By Target is for my Target hauls. Discount’s are listed often and my kids really like to help scan the items to check if they are on sale.
+iHeartRadio is essential for playing music. It beats paying for itunes and it plays all my favorites on a “Kris’s Fave’s” radio station.
What app’s do you use?