We all enjoy apps that help us in our everyday life.
We found a handful that you might be interested in adding to your collection.
Be sure to check these out!
Instasize: This app will help you turn your photos from good to great! Instasize is a photo editor that helps with the usual like resizing and cropping pictures, and also comes with tons of free photo filters and presets and lets you add text or backgrounds, or even easily combine photos to make collages in many different types of layouts. It is also great for adjusting pictures to make them the perfect type or size for social media, such as Snapchat, Pinterest, Twitter, etc. The app is available from the App Store and Google Play.
Zocdoc: Need help finding a doctor or dentist? Use Zocdoc to compare doctors in your area, check reviews on them, book appointments, or video chat with them from home. It can also help you search for a doctor in-network with their insurance filter. It is available from the App Store and Google Play.
JustFit: This app is perfect for those looking to get in shape. JustFit is designed to help you work out at home at any time and without needing any equipment. It has different types of workouts for different types of needs, and includes workout plans, a library of exercises, and personal recommendations. From those wanting to lose weight to those wanting to get fit, JustFit is a highly-recommended resource. This app is available from App Store and Google Play.
Spotify for Podcasters: This app, formerly known as Anchor, is great for creating and sharing your own podcast. You can use your phone or tablet to record your voice by yourself of with friends, easily edit it, add background music or sound effects yourself or from their library. Once finished, it will also help you host, share, and market your podcast and track metrics to see how it is doing. It is available from the App Store and Google Play.
Cookpad: Need to spice up your meals? Try Cookpad, an app developed to find and share new recipes. You can search for variations of dishes you already know or find recipes based on ingredients you already have, and it includes ways to filter out certain foods based on allergies, diets, or simply picky eaters. This app is available from the App Store and Google Play.
Originally posted in the Freeman/Lozier Library’s quarterly newsletter, More Than Books, V. 26 No. 3, Summer 2023.