What Apps Do You Use?

Hi guys,

What apps do we use on daily basis in our phones? It would be great to share maybe we can benefit others.

My apps are Khan Academy, Office Lens, WhatsApp and ING

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    Messenger
    Twitter
    Chrome
    Outlook
    Gmail
    Spotify
    Deezer
    Amazon
    eBay
    Aus Post
    Waze
    Paypal
    CommBank
    Office 365 Admin
    Youtube
    QuickBooks

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    Hungry Jack's (free fries or drink, no purchase necessary and can use daily)
    7 Eleven Fuel (various discounts and occasional freebies)
    Commbank (enable notifications to know when you receive money)
    McDonalds (Rare freebie, decent offers almost constantly)
    Spotify (free bandwidth with Optus, set the quality to Extreme if you have the data. I share a family account for maximum savings)
    Starbucks app, I don't use this but worth mentioning you can get beverages half price and create new accounts to repeat.
    I use the built in Notes app a lot, for recording memos and shopping lists.
    Uber.
    I tend to use websites rather than apps if possible.

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    Here are a few I use a lot that perhaps most wouldn't use/know:

    1. Booko Buddy - the app version of booko.com.au
    2. Companion - help out friends by being a virtual companion as they travel alone
    3. Windy - the best weather visualisation app you never knew you needed (great for pilots!)
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    These are the most frequently used apps on my phone.

    Social Media:
    Viber
    Whatsapp
    Facebook/Messenger

    Finance:

    Commbank
    Anz

    Shopping:
    Woolworths
    Coles
    Aldi
    Ebay
    Realestate
    Gumtree
    Carsales
    Shopfully - shows weekly catalogues

    Sports:
    Premier League
    FotMob
    Formula 1

    Transport:
    Google Maps
    Waze
    Uber
    Penrite - Car oil and fluid guides

    Utilities:
    Speedtest
    Adobe scan
    Office Lens
    Garmin Connect
    Weatherzone

    Education:
    Human Anatomy Atlas
    photomath
    Duolingo
    Blackboard
    Elsie
    Lost on campus
    Google calendar

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    I don't.

    well, I haven't installed anything.

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      You must be right. Navigation, Browser, Messages and Weather are few necessities comes pre installed if you’ve iOS and if an android user then bloatware bring a few more

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    fb ing thats all

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    WeChat, Chrome, Outlook, Alarm Clock Xtreme, Note Everything (most useful of all my apps I would say), Rocket Player, aCalendar.

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    Google maps
    Google drive/docs/sheets etc
    Facebook
    Messenger
    Safari
    Twitter

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    applies to android only. u may find an apple equivalent (good luck). you're gonna probably have to pay for it but. oh, & if you do find the identical app it's probably been crippled as per apple's app store policy. $1 trillion & counting. hahaha!

    use the following daily

    AlarmDroid by smart software (wake up to your own music)
    Colornote Notepad by Notes (a great to do & reminder app, completely free)
    Opera (browser)
    Textra (txting)
    AppSales by ts-apps (for free apps. sometimes you can get good apps but a lot of the time there are just rubbish apps. probably why they're free. also has section for apps on sale)
    Blokada (block ads)
    Bluetooth Volume Control by darken (automatically set bluetooth devices' volume on connect)
    My Data Manager by Mobidia Technology (great mobile data manager)
    Calculator Plus by Digitalchemy, LLC (great little calculator)
    Clipboard Actions by Halfreal (good little clipboard app)
    FB Reader (great reader)
    Flynx by InFiken Labs (great app to open links in the background)
    Footy Live by Sportsmate Technologies (AFL)
    League Live by Sportsmate Technologies (NRL)
    News On Android by Pinenuts Android Development (android news aggregator. the ads are a pain but are quickly dismissed. guess blokada doesn't work for this app)
    Our Groceries by Headcode (grocery list sharing)
    Radiogram (ditched the ABC app for this. ABC app stalls, doesn't start, etc. basically unreliable. never had a problem with this app. international radio stations as well)
    Rewards (google surveys)
    Rocket Player by JRt Studio Music Apps (great music app)
    Twilight by Urbandorid team (late night blue light filter. now apparently macular degeneration is also on the cards due to this blue light)
    X-plore File Manager by Lonely Cat Games (dual pane file manager)

    use the following occasionaly

    Airdroid by Sand Studio (for transferring files via wifi. used to be great but now bloated with useless crap. still use it but)
    All Chords Guitar by mv^2 studio (free)
    Cameringo+ by Peraco Labs (another camera app)
    Citymapper (transit app)
    Connect - colorful casual game by Appsogreat (nice little time waster)
    Cricbuzz (for cricket fans)
    Draw On Pro by freerancher (to draw on your screen. got it when it was free)
    Duo (google's video calling app)
    Easy Voice Recorder by digipom (for recording situations)
    First Aid Australian Red Cross (u never know)
    Flud by Delphi softwares (for torrents)
    Instagram (know it's owned by faecesbook. installed through gritted teeth)
    Kanopy (gotta be a library member to use this. lots of good content however)
    Kindle (for my free amazon ebooks found via ozbargain)
    Lens (google AI)
    MyPal by Long Zheng (if based in Melbourne a little helper for the tragic debacle that is myki.)
    Pinterest
    Pocket
    RBdigital (R.I.P. zinio. zinio was crap but this is worse)
    Ringdroid by Ringdroid Team (make your own notifications & ringtones from your music)
    SBS On Demand
    Shazam (don't bother with soundhound. shazam finds songs where soundhound can't. now owned by apple…boo. just had to get that in. :>) at least it's not owned by faecesbook)
    Snapseed (google)
    Stocard (loyalty card app)
    Tubi TV (another video streaming app)
    Unit Converter by Digit Grove (converts a ton of stuff)
    Citymapper (transit app)
    Videoder (not from the play store. google it. great, fast video downloader)
    Xodo (PDFs)
    Zomato (eating out reviews)

    got a few more on the phone but don't use them daily or that occasionly either.

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