Apps everyone should have on their phone

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Most people spend the vast majority of their time in just a handful of apps. I’m no exception. Here is the list of apps that every one should have on their phones.

Spotify

Spotify

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For listening to as much music as possible, however you like to listen to it.

Yelp

Yelp

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For restaurant recommendations and reviews of businesses.

Slack

Slack

For getting work done, and collaborating with others.

Uber

Uber

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For getting a quick ride from point A to point B, wherever that may be.

Google Maps

Google Maps

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For navigating around the city, driving directions and finding places of interest.

Reddit

Reddit

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For entertainment, news, and stories to share.

Your personal bank’s app

Your personal bank's app

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For tracking your finances, as well as incoming and outgoing payments.

Email by Edison

Email by Edison

EasilyDoMail.com

For a better, more organized, more efficient email experience.

Twitter

Twitter

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For getting the latest news (and occasionally depressing yourself).

Dark Sky

Dark Sky

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For an extremely accurate view of the day’s weather.

Instagram

Instagram

Google Images

To keep up with friends, and share my own experiences with them.

Solebon Solitaire

Solebon Solitaire

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A free, quiet game for downtime or commuting.

YouTube

YouTube
For watching the occasional video clip, trailer, or show.
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