6 Amazing Apps You Need To Try This Month

They say there’s an app for everything, and that really is true. From apps that stop you drunkenly texting your ex to ones that get you cooking like Nigella Lawson, app stores are overflowing with apps waiting to be downloaded. To save you sifting through all of them, here are 6 apps you should give a try this month.

Vogue Runway

Get unlimited access to the world’s fashion shows, featuring the latest collections from New York, London, Milan and beyond. Vogue Runway lets you experience the fashion show from a front row and backstage perspective, quickly updating you with what’s current in the fashion world at the moment.

Daily Water

We all know drinking water is important for our skin, hair and general health. But for most of us, it’s not something we constantly remember to do. The Daily Water app comes to our rescue! It tracks the amount of water we drink each day and reminds us to drink water at timely intervals. Now there is no excuse to forget to drink water!

Around me

Love travelling but don’t know what to do in a new city? This app quickly allows you to locate the nearest cinema, bar, hotel, etc from your location so you can navigate the city like a local!

30/30

Want to get stuff done? Try 30/30! This app groups your list of tasks by colour or icon and allows you to set a time limit for yourself to complete the task. Once a task is complete, you can swipe it away. No more procrastinating over getting anything done. Get swiping!

Dumb Ways To Die

Highly addictive, Dumb Ways To Die features characters that put themselves through deadly self-inflicted situations ranging from electrocution to swimming with piranhas. Your task is to keep the characters safe. With endless levels that get progressively challenging, you won’t know where the time has gone!

DuoLingo

Learning a new language doesn’t have to be boring and tedious. DuoLingo makes the process easy, convenient and fun. It has daily challenges and tests to make practising a more active process that allows you to effectively retain what you’ve learnt.

By Samantha Maden

Featured Photos: Fanny Luckman