Waze – If You Are Lost
You already know your city in your palm, don't you? You know all the street names, how to get to and from places, and how to get to the nearest beach.
There are usually no problems, but there is always that work along the way that ends up bugging our "internal GPS". That's where Waze comes in.
Even if you don't use it every day, having Waze on your phone should be almost mandatory. The app can save you at the most difficult times, even though it occasionally gets us stolen from time to time.
Waze – GPS, Maps and Traffic in Real Time
Box – If you need extra space
I'm not the biggest fan of clouds, but I must recognize that this system can be very useful if you don't have more space on your smartphone's internal memory. Another advantage is that you can share files with multiple devices such as computers and tablets without wires.
Google offers a native app: Google Drive, properly integrated with your Gmail account, with a good free space to store your files. However, Box is the simplest and easiest to use of cloud applications, and can save your life if you need to use those extra megabytes of emergency.
iFood – When the fridge is empty
Those who live alone tend to forget about buying food or simply too lazy to go to the market after a long day. And I include myself in this group. With that, we often find our fridge empty, just with that half-slapped slap on the door.
With some apps like Google Maps, Kekanto and Yelp, you can find restaurants near you. But why get up from the couch?
IFood is a delivery app where you enter your address, and then the app gives you the closest delivery restaurant options. Make the request and just leave for the hug. You can also use filters by food type, price, payment method and more.
Click here to download the app.
Fake call – Perfect to get out of a boring conversation
You're on that Tinder date, with the highest expectations, but your mate has no conversation? Or are you trying to interrupt that conversation with a boring coworker? Fake Call is the perfect app for you.
The app takes the place of your best friend and calls you at the right time to get you out of a boring conversation or avoid any. A quick trip to the bathroom and you can schedule a call with a name and number of your own.
Ok, it's not the most beautiful or typical app in the world, but it does its job and can save you from endless awkward moments.
Fake Call – Fake Caller ID
Vivino – Ideal for last minute invitations
Often comes the sudden urge of friends to make a dinner at home, gather everyone, super spontaneous and you, of course want to please the owners of the house. One of the first things you think about is a good wine.
The Vivino app helps you choose. Just scan the bottle label and the app will show you the ideal drink price, rating, personal user experiences and harmonization. The coolest you can use both the app and the Vinino website to choose wines.
Vivino: Wine Scanner
Uber – The Little Lifeguard
Uber is one of the most widely used services today. Cheaper, faster and safer than a taxi with regard to payment. If you drank too much, or are without a car, he really is a lifeguard in times of despair.
Flush – Throne Searcher
We already include this app among the most bizarre apps on the Play Store. However, the app can be very useful, especially for women, at those times when you are desperate for the nearest public toilet.
The app shows you the nearest toilets and the ranking of each according to users, which help to make more and more locations available.
Flush – Crowdsourced Toilets
Shazam – Don't Miss Another Song
The Shazam is not a big news either, but still a savior. The app recognizes music and displays the song name and all information about it. You can be at a party, listening to a radio, or even watching an advertisement on television. If you liked the pipe, just enable the app to learn all about it.
The coolest Shazam can now be connected to Spotify. You can add your new favorite song to a playlist or record it for later listening.
Around Me – Find Everything Around You
Sometimes you are traveling, have just moved in and do not know the place well, or simply want something new. So Around me is the perfect app for these situations. Unfortunately, it is only available in English.
Just add a place or search where you are and choose what you want to find like banks, cafes, gas station and more. In case of emergency a hand on the wheel.
Red Panic Button – The Red Alert
This app can literally save your life. The red panic button, exactly what the name says: a panic button. Anywhere with 3G signal, you can press the button and the app will send an email or SMS to the contacts you have previously chosen, with your current location, so they can help you.
Red Panic Button
And you, have you been saved by an application? What?
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