With so many apps on the market, it can be hard to figure out which ones you should download. But if you are looking to uplevel this year, help might be in the palm of your hand. With the simple click of a button, you can find a job, learn a new language, and stay motivated at work. Here are the 5 apps that we found best for your best year yet.
Glassdoor Job Search App
Eyeing a new job or just keeping tabs on whether the grass is greener elsewhere? Glassdoor’s Job Search App is a must. Access the latest job listings from companies hiring right now, and get an inside look at company reviews, salaries, benefits, and office photos shared by those who know the company best – the employees. Plus, with a new notification center you’re able to keep up to date on all the jobs that fit your search terms, companies hiring and new content. All of your notifications in one place. Tap into the world’s most comprehensive career community to search job openings, discover your earning potential and see what it’s really like to work at thousands of companies worldwide.
Anyone looking to learn a language should start here, because it’s fun and accessible for all ages. The app works like a video game, enticing users to keep translating words correctly by rewarding them. And we’re not just talking about a few users — Duolingo helps 300 million users worldwide. Take free courses for Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, English, Japanese and more.
Worried about your passwords and privacy? Now’s the time to download Keeper. Keeper password vault provides password management and online file storage. Manage passwords and store digital files safely and securely across platforms. The app supports bio-metric login (fingerprint and face recognition) on mobile. Plus, Keeper scores bonus points because it allows you to designate a legacy or emergency contact who can have access to your data in the event of an emergency.
Kick your group chat up a notch with Squad. With this new app, you fire up a video chat with up to six people, but at any time you can screenshare what you’re seeing on your phone instead of showing your face. Browse memes together, chit chat about the latest fashion shale, or co-work on a project. Users can bounce back and forth between screensharing and video chat, and even share the screen to go viral.
Have trouble concentrating on any task for more than 10 minutes? With your phone vibrating, emails coming through, Slack notifications and colleagues popping in, it’s harder than ever to concentrate in this always-on world. The Peak brain trainer app will allow you to feel sharper with free games that challenge your memory, attention, problem solving, creativity and emotion control. The over 40 games are designed in collaboration with experts in neuroscience, cognitive science, and education to help you push your skills to the max.