Apps. Do they make your life easier or harder?

I remember when Applications for phones first came about. Just a tool to simplify your life, or at least that’s what they said.There was a time when I think I had at least 50 apps on my phone, all running at the same time and draining my battery.  I could barely find the app that I wanted to use when it was time to use it. Is this what they call, simplifying your life?<img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-33505" src="https://nakedmobile.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/apps-169x300.jpg" alt="" width="169" height="300" />There are a few good apps that I would strongly recommend, they do make my life easier and less complicated.I am a huge fan of a messenger app called ‎WhatsApp. This way of messaging people is convenient, and simple to the user. Also, it’s free and compatible with an iPhone and Android. I also love my Spotify app. Interestingly enough I used to be a huge Pandora fan. Spotify is handy in a way that you can find millions of tracks in a moments time, whether that’s relaxing or working out. You can also let Sportify surprise you, create a station or see what your friends are listening to.What type of apps do you like to use? There are really no wrong answers here but I’m curious to see the apps that aren’t on my radar. Drop me a note below and share with me your favorite apps. To the person that gives me the best advice I will in turn give them a special accessory for their smartphone. 

Io Amo Eggplant Parmigiana

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I just recently converted over to a Note 9

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Tequila’s Smoky Cousin

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I Fell In Love with a Colorado Town

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Thirsty for some fun?

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Be More Adventurous in 2018!

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How to Find the… Best Cocktail.

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Thoughtcrime

Something Special to Freshen Up Your Holiday Cocktail Offering GUEST POST BY JENNA BLACK, CO-OWNER OF THE BOOKCASE & BARBER (WITH HER HUSBAND BEAU) This popular little ditty has been in our craft cocktail lineup since day one! It […]

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Ever Been Kissed by a Wolf?

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Check out The Secret City—it’s the bomb.

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