A new wave of free apps for women is making them technology friendly!
Time is a precious commodity for every woman in present times. Professional woman, working from home woman, home manager. whatever category she belongs to, she is getting mindful of how and where she is putting her time. So here is the list of free smartphone apps for the woman of today, which can really transform her life amazingly-
1.Wunderlist (for your time management skills)
Wunderlist is a to-do listing app for me:).The thing that I like the most about Wunderlist is that it is dead simple. Whether you’re planning a holiday, sharing a shopping list with a partner or managing multiple work projects, Wunderlist helps you tick off all your personal and professional to-dos. It gives you the freedom to create a bunch of list groupings and under these grouping, you can make tasks also. Your tasks can have a due date, reminder, a note, or a star too.
2.Colorfy (for your creative side)
Coloring therapy for adults now on your mobile. The secret against anxiety. Let the colors fill your mind in a relaxing painting experience. Elected as one of the “Best Apps of the Year” by Google – ” Most Beautiful” category, Colorfy is the free addicting coloring book for adults on Android. Start coloring books now. Enjoy the pictures of the mandala, floral, animals and patterns. Feel like a kid again!
3. Omvana (for a calmer you)
Omvana is a beautiful meditation app created by personal growth company Mindvalley. A mobile and web-based meditation app aim at helping users to achieve various outcomes, such as reducing distress and enhancing well-being. Users as per their needs can choose any track from a large collection of (free) relaxation audios, yoga music, mindfulness meditation tracks, and narrated lessons and guides by different speakers (e.g., Bob Proctor, Laura Silva, and Martin Luther King, Jr.). According to cofounder Vishen Lakhiani, about 50,000 people around the world meditate to their popular “6 Phase Meditation” every morning, which is recommended for intermediate practitioners.
4. Evernote (for you as a multitasker)
Evernote is the super notepad that allows you to keep text, voice, and photo notes accessible from any desktop or device. The free app allows you to take photos, store pictures, write notes, and record voice memos. Evernote helps you remember everything from your daily life to other important tasks. You can sync it with your computer and add a favourite photo or recipe in it.
5. 7 Min Work Out (for a healthy you)
If you cannot squeeze out time for the gym here is an app which can help you do work out at you home. The app guides user to do certain exercises for 30 sec at a time with a ten sec break in between. It is supposed to be high intensity and thus you can maximize your results with all efforts from home. If you follow the workout and push yourself as hard as you can, the developers of the app claim that the programme is equivalent to an hour-long workout.
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