The key to growth is the introduction of higher dimensions of consciousness into our awareness and in era of digitisation it becomes harder to consume plentiful information through traditional source. Therefore use these apps to yield your knowledge bank throughout these digital source.
WalletHub is a financial app. It allows people to check their credit scores. It’s very simple in scope to an app like Credit Karma. Along with your daily updated credit score, you’ll get credit improving tips, credit monitoring, and more. It’ll also show you savings alerts for financial products. That’s likely also its advertising strategy. It’s not really bothersome so it’s nothing to worry about. The design is decent enough and it’s useful for virtually anybody. It’s free to use with no in-app purchases.
YouTube TV is the latest online TV service to hit the world. At its launch, it was only available in five areas although more coverage has been promised soon. It has a decent design, an unlimited cloud-based DVR, and each account can be shared with up to six people. Of course, it also has Chromecast support and integration with YouTube Red Originals. It’s not bad for the price, although its lack of availability has slowed the hype train considerably. Keep an eye on this one in the long term.
While Google is trying to increase its user base with multiple – messenger apps, Facebook seems to be getting less criticism for its efforts. This is unfair if you take a closer look: Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Instagram Direct – and now also Messenger Lite. Now, Messenger Lite isn’t necessarily a new app, but Facebook has been very selective with its release. The latest wave brough Messenger Lite to an additional 132 countries including Germany, Italy, Turkey, Japan and the Netherlands. Unfortunately, if you’re in the US or the UK, you’ll have to wait for an official release or resort to downloading the APK.
GlassWire helps you keep track of your data. It shows a real-time graph that explains how much data you’ve used, the apps that use it, and more. It’s most useful for those who have limited data caps and want to keep track of how much they’ve used. However, it’s also an excellent way to see the apps that access your network the most and how often they do it. You can even have GlassWire alert you whenever a specific app accesses data.
Today Weather is a quite newer weather app. It boasts a smallest design, most of the basic weather app features. The features include access to the current weather, future forecasts, air quality and UV graphs, severe weather alerts, and other useful info. You can even take your own photos to add to the app’s UI if you want to. You can get most of the features for free or unlock everything with the $3.99 price tag. There are cheaper subscription options available, but the full price tag is the best deal.