Best Apps & Tech: February & March 2018

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:

  1. SNES Classic Mini
  2. Spendee
  3. Afterlight 2
  4. Fabulous
  5. OP.GG

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) Classic Mini

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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.


spendee+My+Virtual+Budgeting+app+reviewSpendee: My Virtual Budgeting

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)

 


afterlight+2+app+reviewAfterlight 2

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)

 


fabulous+app+reviewFabulous

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)

 

 


OP.GG+app+reviewOP.GG

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?

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