There are literally millions of apps on offer in the Google Play Store, so it can be too easy to miss something that could actually be really helpful for your life. Thankfully there are plenty of ways to find out which are the current best apps, and one of those ways is to check our list for 2020 so far.
In the modern world, it can be hard to create a regular sleep cycle; insomnia is on the rise and stress keeps us awake half the night with our brains working overtime. This is a free to download and use in basic version app, with a pro version available for a very reasonable £1.99 which probably won’t break the bank. This fun and unusual app lets users create a town by sticking to their goals. You set up the app by telling it essential information, what time you plan to go to bed and what time you need to get up. Then you check yourself into bed and up in the morning, and the construction begins. Hit your targets, and things get built, miss and they fall down. It is good fun and will help many people with this often tricky area.
An oldie but a goodie, you really do need to download the Facebook app if you want to keep up with your social network and learn what the world is up to. 2020 is proving to be a momentous year with some seriously unusual events affecting the world; let’s hope we’re are all here to look back on them in memories this time next year. Be sure to record your life in detail so you can remind yourself of the fun that was endless rain, killer viruses and more.
So, this is a cool app that gives you access to music, and you don’t have to pay, and you don’t have to put up with adverts either. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, there is a small catch the music is mainly from unknown artists, but hey, that is a great way to discover your new tunes and help raise the profile of these stars in the waiting. There is music across all genres so definitely worth checking out considering it is free. You will also have access to podcasts, so it really is worth having.
An alternative news curation site, where you can just read as a bystander or take part and create your own magazines of interest by collating stories that interest you. Flip stories into categories or just share them with your friends on social media. It updates regularly, and you get more content than just a news app. You can use hashtags to find your topics to follow and be as involved as you wish. You can even submit stories you find interesting on the internet by flipping them into your magazines whenever you feel the need—a really fun way to keep up to date with the events in every genre of the world.
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