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Helpful Apps

Discussion in 'Braaaaiiiinnnns...' started by Alska, Feb 1, 2017.

  1. Tania

    Tania Member

    I also suggest Medisafe. It's a good app where you can track meds (when to take them, what they are, when you should refill, so on) AND doctor's appointments. I sometimes forget to use it, but it does have alerts and I'm admittedly a very scattered person. It's better than not having something to remind me of meds.
     
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  2. Acey

    Acey i use my outside voice because i have no choice

    Bumping this thread to say that I just got a simple free ledger app for my Kindle Fire, and it's a lifesaver for keeping track of my money. I can't recall the exact name, but there should be similar apps for other devices. It's more of a general rec.

    What's nice about the one I have is that it does the math for you. :P

    EDIT: Also, as far as soothing games go, I HIGHLY recommend Blendoku! It's a color blending game and it's kinda hard to describe, but it's nice for when I need something to take my mind off of things. Plus, it helps you learn color theory stuff!
     
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  3. Emma

    Emma Your resident resident

    If we're talking budget, I have an app that's not free, but that I love anyway: YNAB or: you need a budget.

    It really, really helps me keep track of my money and I love the way it works :)

    Might not be for everyone, but I have been using it since February and am in love with it. I have a decent buffer of money now and I know where it goes and how much I should allocate to certain expenses :)
     
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  4. Beldaran

    Beldaran 70% abuse and 30% ramen

    This thread is gonna be stickied while we work on a resources megathread, and maybe even after that gets made.
     
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  5. Jove

    Jove RETURN THE SLAB

    If puzzles are your thing to calm down/need something to do, Bonza Jigsaw is really neat. Less like a traditional jigsaw, and more like jigsaw-meets-tetris.

    iOS has it, not sure about android/other non-iOS devices.
     
  6. rats

    rats 21 Bright Forge Shatters The Void

    doesnt habitica have an app? im pretty sure it does
    sleep cycle is a good sleeping tracking app and it tries to wake u up at a low point in your sleep cycle
    clue is an excellent menstrual tracking app
     
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  7. Acey

    Acey i use my outside voice because i have no choice

    Habitica does indeed have an app!
     
  8. Codeless

    Codeless Cheshire Cat

    Can someone get me a link or the company name for Statement? I cant find it on googleplay anywhere.
     
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