Writing challenge

5 Apps on my phone I can’t live without.

“I think the biggest change, and the one we’re already starting to see take shape, is that globally the majority of internet usage will be done via a mobile device and for most people the mobile web will be their primary – if not their only – way of experiencing the internet.”

— Tomi Ahonen

Day 07:

I think this means five apps I really use often not necessarily can’t live without.

So here is my list in no particular order:

1. WordPress App

As a WordPress blogger, this is a necessity for me. It makes it easy to blog, reply to my comments, edit and check my stats wherever I am without having to turn on my laptop.

2. Twitter

So Twitter is basically talking to yourself and hoping someone engages your thought. I enjoy using the app to check out what is trending and also to engage stories from all over the world.

Plus, I have a whole category on here where I talk about Twitter stories every Sunday.

3. WhatsApp

This is an awesome affordable platform for me to chat, make voice and video calls to my loved ones and acquaintances. I spend a lot of my time on this app.

4. Pinterest

This app is a hub of the most interesting ideas, pictures, and crafts. It is also an awesome place to generate traffic to your blog. There is never a dull moment using Pinterest.

5. Canva

Talk about graphics and designs, canva is your go to. It is also very simple to use. I love playing around with templates and themes on canva. I really love this app.

My list is filled up already and I haven’t even included Quora, Cowrywise, Any books, Instagram, NIV Bible, Taxify, LinkedIn, Wordweb & Scrabble.

Anyways, let me hear from you; What are the 5 apps on your phone you can’t live without?

18 thoughts on “5 Apps on my phone I can’t live without.”

    1. I am a serving Corps member in Nigeria. It’s a one-year compulsory service to your fatherland that every college graduate must embark on. We get to be posted in a different state of your birth and residence. The first three week is marked with paramilitary training in an orientation camp, and the following months that come we spend in working at several institutions in the community.

      It is was initiated after the civil war to integrate oneness amongst Nigerians.

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  1. Went to check out Canva all i can say is wow. Why yall never told be about this app, i dont know. Im loving it already.
    Thank you for this post coz i found a new favourite app💕💕

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