Recently I shared that our girls in gymnastics and dance each week, we’re trying to get to the local ice rink a couple times a week, Austin is in school a few days a week and we try to hit the local library for Story Time. We’re busy and we love it for the most part.
I have tried many different Android apps on my phones, some I love, some I have deleted because it wasn’t quite what I was looking for or some other reason. Recently I upgraded my cell phone (thanks to my in-laws for the money for Christmas), now with more space on my phone I’m trying and using more apps.
Top 5 Android Apps for Moms
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My favorite, use everyday Android apps that I think you’ll love too are:
FREE. I’ve shared a few times now that I really love this app. I have been using it more and more lately. I have the free version, you can get the premium and more usage. With the free you get 60 MB a month and connected to two devices, I have very close to hitting 60 MB and will probably need to upgrade at some point.
I use it for a rough draft of blog post ideas, for full post writing (specifically for other blogs). I have a Notebook for each site I write for, and in each a note with different ideas that I would like to write about. I also have a daily note with a checklist of things I want to get done each day.
FREE. I won’t lie, I upgraded mainly please of this app. I couldn’t get it on my older one. I love it! It is perfect for the art work Austin brings home from school and what they all are doing. Simply take a picture and it is stored. You don’t have them saved to your phone, so it isn’t taking up storage space.
FREE. I tried this one in the past but didn’t care for it. Now, I am using it everyday. I have multiply shopping lists (Costco, Wal-Mart and Dollarama), there is a pantry list and there is a to-do list, but I haven’t started using that one. There is a paid version of this as well.
UPDATE Hubby now has this app on his phone, we sync’d them, and it has made grocery shopping a heck of a lot easier. He is able to add something to a list if he thinks of it while working instead of trying to remember it till he gets home. If there are things I want him to pick up after work I can add it.
FREE. I take my kids temperature under their arm. I know how to do this in Celeuis, I know I’m suppose to add a degree (as I was told by our doctor). Give me a thermometer in Fahrenheit and I have no idea what to add. Just like I don’t know what the conversion is from one to the other so this app does it for me.
FREE. I am new to using these, but I’m also relatively new to using an editorial calendar. I am using one that came with the Content Brew, and with it on Google sheets, I have access to it all the time. I also have a spreadsheet for my blogging/freelance income and expenses.