Hi guys! I’ve decided to revive my Top Ten Tuesdays series (slowly, and prolly inch by inch) and today I’ll be talking about the Top Ten Android Apps I (ab)use. It’s not that I’m forcing you to download them and use them instead of your current apps related to the ones below, but this is just so you could have a glimpse on what I actually use for my personal life (this varies from spiritual, health and fitness, productivity, and other aspects). I decided not to put in the most common social apps like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and others since I obviously use them a lot.I’ve included the PlayStore download links so you can read more info about each app. Let’s get started, shall we?
- Olive Tree The Bible Study App – Olive Tree The Bible Study App has been my go-to Bible app for my phone ever since (yep, even when I was using iPhone4S back then). I love the fact that it’s so organized, plus I can download free Christian books, aside from other versions of the Bible, highlight my favorite verses, add notes, and a lot of other things! I can even sync my account across different devices.
- Our Daily Bread – It has been a struggle to be really consistent with my devotions because of my busy schedule. Although I have my Our Daily Journey on paperback this year, I still downloaded the Our Daily Bread app so I can have my devotions on the go. The moment I wake up, especially when I’m struggling so hard to get up, I immediately open this app (and switch back and forth the Olive Tree Bible app to read each day’s scripture reference) to read whatever God wants me to learn through His Word.
- Mobile Knee – I miss keeping a Prayer and Spiritual Journal, and thanks to this simple app, I can track my (and others’) prayer requests, store my memory verses, key in random spiritual thoughts, and track to see what prayers have been answered.
- Pocket Expense – I’ve switched to a lot of expense-tracking apps for the past years, but as of the moment, I’m using Pocket Expense. This helps me to keep track of any money matter, both income and expenses. The reports I can generate weekly, monthly, or in a customized manner, remind me to stick to my budget for each category.
- VSCO Cam – In the golden age of photos and Instagram, who does not know VSCO Cam? Ever since I had an Android phone (and ever since VSCO existed), I’ve been using it already. No other photo editing I’d rather use. I even prefer editing my blog photos on VSCO rather than Photoshop *lazy girl alert*.
- MyFitnessPal – I’ve been very conscious of monitoring my calorie intake since the day I firmly decided that I wanted to lose weight. MyFitnessPal does not only enable me to oversee my calorie intake, but it also informs me of the basic nutritional facts about the food I eat, reminds me of my goals, tracks my weight loss progress, and has a very active community.
- Water Your Body – Ever since I signed up for Blending Point (our nutrition club) and found out that I was dehydrated, I was more than motivated to track my water intake so I can reach the ideal water percentage for me. And because I’m pretty busy all throughout the day, and I need to have an intake of at least 3-4 liters of water, this app helps me keep track and makes sure that I reach my ideal intake everyday.
- Pink Daily – I realized the importance of monitoring my “monthly visitor” two years ago because of my irregularity. I’ve tried other apps before but even though I hate pink, Pink Daily has been the best so far. Not only does it track my monthly flow, but it also monitors my healthy habits (i.e., eat breakfast, eat vegetables, exercise, etc.).
- Google Keep / Evernote – Lately I find myself using Google Keep for easy checklists but I prefer using Evernote for more organized note taking. Both apps actually keep me more productive, especially as I balance my personal and work life.
- Dayre – Dayre is just a recent discovery but ever since I downloaded it, I could not get enough of it. It enables you to do mobile and microblogging. It’s a mixture of both Instagram and Tumblr, all rolled into one app. I’ll be blogging more about Dayre later on.
So that’s it for the Androids apps I use everyday! Any suggestions on what apps I can still download? 😉
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. None of the apps I’ve mentioned above compensated me for this post. All are but personal preferences.