I have started experimenting with a ton of different apps to see what can make my life easier. Some have been a waste of time while others have remained on my phone and in use consistently for an extended period. Today, I want to share my top five iPhone Apps with you in case you find them to be useful for you as well.
Beam Brush is an app that works with the Beam Toothbrush. For those of you unfamiliar with this brand, they have a Bluetooth Toothbrush that allows you to keep your dental hygiene in check. The toothbrushes are great for kids since you can ensure that they are brushing at least two minutes. The app even has challenges for them to complete to make brushing teeth fun.
Varage Sale (VS)
This is one of the newer apps that I have come across and it is actually good. With Varage Sale, you can purchase or sell items to others in your community. I have not sold or purchased anything through the app, however, I could see myself selling some stuff up there in the future. One mom claims she paid for a Disney Trip through this app.
Find iPhone is actually very useful. I keep it on all of my iPhones but just last month I saw just how useful it could be. I had gone out with a friend and left my phone somewhere. To track it down all I had to do was log into my iCloud and it told me the exact location and my battery life.
We may not think we will ever lose our phones but this app saved me money by not having to file a claim and pay a fee for a new phone.
Seven is also one of the newer apps I am still experimenting with. It is a fitness app that allows you to stay on track with working out. You get rewards for working out daily and meeting other standards. The best thing is you work out for seven minutes at a time. If you work out faithfully, this app would not be for you. However, if you are trying to get back on a strict workout schedule it works wonders. One seven-minute full body workout can kick you in gear.
What apps do you always have on your phone?