MealPal is a subscription lunch program aimed primarily at office workers that gives you access to a wide range of restaurants for less than £5 per meal. If you live in London or Manchester, this may be what you have been looking for.
Maths is at the centre of everything whether you like it or not. If you struggled with your Maths homework at school then this little gem of an app would have been a lifesaver. But how good is it really? Read on to find out more.
Almost everyone knows about Uber but have you heard of Taxify? Taxify is the Estonian version of Uber which now operates in 19 countries and 25 cities around the world. In case you did not already hear, Taxify just launched in London earlier this week.
Is your smartphone attached to your palm? Can’t last more than 10 minutes without picking up your phone again? Then you’re probably a smartphone addict. Fortunately, there is a really good app that can help prevent you from procrastinating so you can get on with things you have to do. It’s not like other apps, it really locks you out of your phone and if you want to get back in you have to pay. That’s right; read on to find out more about Digital Detox.
Are you a procrastinator? Can you not stop checking your phone whilst you're meant to be working? The Forest App helps you to stop procrastinating by growing a virtual tree from a seed however leaving the app while it is still growing to do other things like checking Facebook will mean the tree dies. Stay focused on the tasks in front of you and a beautiful forest will grow over time. Read on to learn more about this quirky little app
oBike is London’s first dockless bike sharing scheme which relies on mobile technology to locate, unlock and lock the bikes. Users simply rent or return a bike whenever, wherever in any designated public bike parking area using the oBike app.
You will have undoubtedly heard of Lonely Planet and their world renowned travel guide books. Perhaps even owned and used some of their guide books in your own travels throughout the years. In an age, before everyone had access to the internet and owned smartphones, Lonely Planet topped the charts with their guide books but how well do they fare in the era of apps, where books are almost a thing of the past. In this blog I shall take look at their latest creation, Guides, to find out whether it lives up to the standard of its physical predecessors. So let’s get to it.
Yoyo Wallet is Europe’s fastest growing mobile wallet which combines secure mobile payment, multi-brand loyalty and automated digital receipt collection in one easy scan of a QR code. This startup originally launched at Imperial College and is based in London.
It’s often frustrating finding Wifi hotspots whilst travelling abroad, especially when you don’t speak the language. In this blog, I take a look at Wiffinity, the free app that locates your nearest free Wifi hotspots and connects you to it. So jump in and we’ll get right to it.
Doodle.com is an internet website and app that makes it easy to schedule meetings and meetups with your friends, family or colleagues. If you have not already used Doodle before, then get ready to make scheduling your work or social meetings so much easier.