You consider yourself a reasonably tech-savvy person, but with the number of apps exploding and the Google Play Store seeming to be overloaded, you have a hard time keeping up with what’s new out there, or what updates are the best. Any discussion of the best new mobile apps out there should at least include these six…
Only a year old and available for a buck, Bouncer lets you grant temporary permission. Maybe you’ve just gotten to the restaurant and want to check in on social media. Bouncer allows you to do that, but without granting permanent permission to access your every information (or having to remember to disable it). Bouncer does the work for you.
A password managing tool that can be had for $12/annually, LastPass keeps your passwords secure, and also generates suggestions for difficult-to-crack passwords. The cross-platform feature means you can also use it on your computer or tablet.
Redesigned for 2019, this app is perfect for those who want to listen to the growing number of podcasts that are creating a legitimate alternative media source across all areas of interest. At four dollars, the price is right.
It’s a to-do list app and it’s task-sharing feature make it ideal for either work or personal use. The app is $28 on an annual basis and separates itself from other apps in this same space by including its best features as a part of that annual fee.
There are undoubtedly notifications you want to get…just not at work. Daywise lets you choose which ones to let through and then brings the blocked notifications back to you at an appropriate time.
A browser that’s been on the market, but strengthened with security features that otherwise require buying a different app.