If you have any favourite apps or you think there’s a product, I would enjoy, don’t forget to leave a comment down below. I’d love to be a guinea pig for you and test it out!
Apologizes in advance if you expected to see any technology favourites in this edition but I didn’t have it in my budget to try any new tech products in February. By the way, here’s my last edition of favourites. Now without further ado…
Here are my Top 5 for February and March, in no particular order:
- SNES Classic Mini
- Afterlight 2
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) Classic Mini
This adorable little remake of a classic Nintendo game console was almost impossible to get my hands on. Luckily, I have a friend who has some sort of secret power when it comes to buying these types of things off websites who sell-out in minutes. It’s packed with 20 preloaded and proven to be the best games that will keep you occupied for hours. Including: Super Mario World, Contra III, Final Fantasy, Street Fighters II, Secret of Mana, and much more! Jerico and I have spent many hours playing with it already.
I’ve actually been on and off with this app for a few years. As you may have read in a previous post, I was using another money app to keep track of my finances but somehow I keep coming back to Spendee. It has such a user-friendly interface that provides you with the information you’re looking for in a straightforward manner that makes budgeting and planning easy. (Free to download, has premium option)
If you were a fan of the original Afterlight app, you’ll definitely enjoy this sequel. It’s packed with many custom features like filters; frames; dust, light, and bokeh overlays; double exposure; and — what enticed me to purchase the app — the ability to select specific colours to curve. If you have a Instagram theme and you want all your photos to have that light pink tint, this will help you keep that cohesive no matter where or what you photograph. (Price: 2.99)
They say it takes 21 days to form a habit. This app gives users daily coaching to improve your morning, afternoon, and evening habits — from having a glass of water first thing when you wake up to sitting and meditating for a minute in the evening. If you’re trying to improve your life for the healthier and better, this may be the app for you! (Free to download)
This is only for those who play League of Legends, but if you’re not already referencing this app/website for your counter and build needs — what are you doing with your life? For years, I’ve been using Mobafire for the best builds, it’s still a great source, but I’ve found something even better with a great user interface. I bring to you, OP.GG. With statistics like win rate, you’re likely to choose champions accordingly to make sure you take home a W. (Free to download)
What are some of your favourite apps? Do you have any recommendations for what I should test out for next month?