We do a whole bunch of things on our smartphones, which includes using a heap of apps. A lot of everyday tasks that we use our phones for can be automated, thanks to IFTTT, which means you get to make the most of your time doing, well, less boring things. Whether you’re an iOS or Android user, you may want to check this app out; it’s free!
Code is the bones of everything on the web and more. It's intertwined into our very lives in more ways than you can think of. This very blog, although I have just typed it up, is made up of reams and reams of code all different yet all interlinking in such a way it forms words and images exactly to how I require it to be. If you want to understand this in more depth then you'll need to learn the language first. So why not get a headstart and helping hand from one of these fantastic apps, coded specifically so that you can learn such code and tap into the hidden world behind this page. Jump in and join me as I take a look at 5 apps that will help you do this!
The beginning of every January not only heralds a New Year but a new set of New Year's Resolutions which often end up going out the window by February. If you're one of those people who needs a little help sticking to them then this blog may just do the trick. If a healthier and more fitness based lifestyle is on the cards this year then these 5 apps could make or break how well you conquer this fresh batch of resolutions. So why not dive in and see what they have to offer.
With over 3 million apps on the Google Play Store, you’ll never run out of apps to choose from. New ones are added daily but, as we get closer to the end of the year, let’s take a look back on some of the best apps in 2017.
Normal tills? self-checkouts? There's a new kid in our supermarkets, the Scan and Go Apps and handheld terminals, the supermarkets claim these systems make our weekly shop faster and easier, find out my experience of them in today’s blog post.