• Adam Allen


For our iPhone and Android users, we created a list of free apps that are supported by both of these systems. Let’s get to the 2017 recap, apps part!

SLEEP CYCLE ALARM CLOCK (Android, iOS) – If you can wake up in the mornings and started to hate your default alarm, try Sleep Cycle. This free app tracks your sleep thanks to your phone’s microphone and movement, thanks to the accelerometer and then wakes you up when you sleep phase is the lightest, near the time you need to wake up.

DASHLANE (Android, iOS) – Nowadays everyone has at least 10 passwords. Dashlane takes care of the security of your passwords. It encrypts and stores them in your device.

VSCO (Android, iOS) – VSCO is the best app for shooting, editing and sharing your photos. The most significant thing about the app is the fact it is detail-oriented – you can edit photos without it being so blatant and in-your-face. No wonder this is on our 2017 recap list!

IFTTT (Android, iOS) – short for “If This, Then That” is still a “must have.” Created for merging apps and making them work together. For example, if you wake up at 8 A.M., another app will schedule a meeting at 10 A.M. It works with speakers Google Home and Echo.

PACER (Android, iOS) – if you want to count your steps daily and get an app that works well with other health apps, then Pacer is the app for you. It also has a social part – walking groups that can furtherly motivate you.

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