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App of the Week – The Carrot Apps

13 Sep

Are you looking for a cool family of apps? Try the Carrot app family that has weather, to-do, alarm, fit, or hunger apps that are each unique. For example, they have a talking alarm clock that makes waking up fun! As you level up in the alarm clock’s twisted little game, you’ll unlock gifts like new songs, app upgrades, and even a collection of bedtime stories. If you are looking for apps that all work nicely together, this is what you’ve been looking for!

http://www.meetcarrot.com/

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App of the Week – Habitica

6 Sep

Gamify Your Habits! Habitica is a self-improvement app with game mechanics overlaid to help the player keep track of and remain motivated to achieve their goals. Rewards are achieved through maintaining real-life goals, in the form of Habits, Dailies, and To-Dos. Motivate yourself to achieve your goals by trying the Habitica app! Let us know how you like it!

https://habitica.com/

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App of the Week – Poll Everywhere

30 Aug

Are you looking for a way to increase engagement during virtual presentations? With PollEverywere, ask the audience a question. Then watch as the chart updates automatically with their responses. It’s a great way to introduce an element of interaction during a mundane conference call. The app is simple to use. Add a question, the audience gets a QR Code or URL to launch the poll, they vote, and the answers are displayed on your screen. Spices up your presentations with Poll Everywhere!

https://www.polleverywhere.com/app

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App of the Week – Burner

23 Aug

Have you heard of Burner? The app gives you a second phone number for calling, texting and picture messaging. Stay safe and anonymous when you give out your number. Only give your personal number to people you trust. Get a second number with Burner!

https://www.burnerapp.com/

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App of the Week – Amazon Music

16 Aug

What’s your favorite way to listen to music? Have you discovered the Amazon Music app? If you already have an Amazon Prime account, you already have access. It’s one of the perks of being a member and you have access to a majority of their catalog including new releases. You can stream music, download tracks, and share them with your friends.

amazon.com/music

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App of the Week – Audible

9 Aug

If you don’t have time to read, have you considered Audible? The Audible app allows you to download, and stream the latest New York Times Best Seller books, and of course your favorite classics. Hear the books read to you from the authors or world-renounced actors. Kids everywhere can also stream an incredible collection of stories that will help them continue dreaming and learning. If you are looking to continue reading, but need a catalyst, then check out this app.

http://www.audbile.com

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App of the Week – Peapod

2 Aug

How do you shop for food? Have you discovered Peapod? The app allows you to shop for thousands of grocery items for your home or business. Try out the app and discover the convenience of shopping from home.

https://www.peapod.com/

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App of the Week – Kindle

26 Jul

How do you read new books? Do you prefer a physical copy or have you switched to digital? read anytime, anywhere on your phone, tablet, or computer with Kindle. The app allows you to choose from any book released on Amazon’s catalog and you can take it anywhere. I have been fan Kindle for many years and it’s nice to be able to look up your collection from your computer rather than search a bookshelf.

http://www.kindle.com

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App of the Week – iHeart Radio

19 Jul

How do you listen to music? In the past it’s been Pandora, Spotify, but have you tried iHeart Radio? The app brings together all your favorite music and all your favorite stations. Listen to thousands of live stations or create your own artist stations. It’s fun to find a station in another town that plays your jams!

www.iheart.com

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App of the Week – Stitcher

12 Jul

How do you listen to podcasts? I recently discovered a cool way to listen to podcasts on your iPhone, iPad, Android, PC, and smart-speaker called Stitcher. Not only is Stitcher a podcast app, but it’s also a podcast network. The app doesn’t have the most extensive feature set or settings for playing podcast episodes, but it does a good job allowing you to listen to any podcast you desire.

https://www.stitcher.com/

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