Apps You Should Have on Your Phone

Most folks spend a lot of their time with just a few apps. I’m no different.

While I have more than 100 apps on my phone for little things, there are only around 15 apps that I frequently turn to. I think of these as my go-to apps that make my life more productive, enjoyable, and simpler. If you want to get the most out of your cell, may I suggest getting these important apps.


For listening to as much music as you want, the way you want to.


For restaurant suggestions and business reviews.


For getting work done, and work together with clients or co-workers.


For have a quick ride from point A to point B, regardless of where that could be.

Google Maps

For getting around the city, driving guidelines and discovering places of interest.


For news, stories, and entertainment to share with others.

Your bank’s app

For following your finances, not to mention outgoing and incoming payments.

Email by Edison

For a superior, more efficient and organized email experience.

Dark Sky

For a highly exact view of the day’s weather.


To stay in touch with friends and family, as well as sharing your own experiences too.

Solebon Solitaire

A quiet, free game for commuting or downtime.


For watching any type of trailer, show, or video clip.

Google Trips

Travel is fabulous for the soul, but it can be a very muddled experience. You’ve got handbooks, tickets, car rental details, printed itineraries, hotel addresses scrawled on the back of envelopes, camera gear, backup batteries, and zillions of other things crammed in your cargo pants.

Sleep Cycle

Sleep Cycle is an app that collects info on your sleep patterns and then comes up with the correct time to wake you up.


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