With the advent of the iPhone and phones based on sophisticated operating systems such as Android, the demand for mobile applications have increased and mobiles phones have become a veritable lifestyle tool.
GetJar, the world’s second largest app store that has served over 1 billion downloads, offers a variety of such applications that make life better. The company provides more than 75,000 mobile applications to consumers in more than 200 countries, covering apps that run on both feature phones and smartphones across major platforms such as Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, iOS and Symbian.
Here we have listed some of the best lifestyle applications from GetJar:
If you have a page on Justgiving.com and an Android phone, you can use this app to control your fundraising project by connecting with sponsors. You can add photos and text updates to your JustGiving page and receive alerts of new donations.
Liv_Free for iPhone provides reminders of values and behaviour norms. The app has three databases which provide appropriate reminders based on time of day – early morning, work day, and evening.
Virtual Gifts and Greetings
This iPhone application gives you the opportunity to send your loved ones a virtual gift with a personal message. Virtual Gifts and Greetings provides access to a wide database of pictures and virtual gifts like teddy bears, flowers etc.
Difficult Teens – Suggestions For Parents (Lite)
This app works on iOS and can serve as a point of reference for you in understanding the severity of the problems your teen son/daughter is currently facing.
Party Pro Lite
Party Pro Lite works on the iPad, iPhone and iPhone 4. It is a drink, bartending and party guide that includes a cocktail library with over 7,000 recipes and bar locator with GPS support. You can search and view drink recipes by name, category, ingredient, random, your favourites, and your top rated.
This iOS application is an RSS reader on which you can read the news from among the millions of weblogs and sites that publish RSS feeds. Since NetNewsWire syncs with all of NewsGator’s free RSS readers, if you read an item on your iPhone, it will be marked as read even on your computer. You can also save items for later via the clippings feature, and any item you clip is available on all your devices.
Compatible with iPad, iPhone and iPhone 4, this is a tool to find the nearest eating places to you. It can list more than 50 restaurant chains in one area and recognises places like McDonald’s, Subway etc. You can also call restaurants; get directions or email addresses and driving directions.