Here’s a quick guide to some of my personal favorite apps in the world wide web. Life can be pretty rough sometimes, and these apps just help me get by. I’m going skip over the obvious social media ones and hopefully shed some light on the good, practical + simple ones (nothing crazy/trendy here, guys). I have an iPhone 5S, if anyone cares!
I love VSCO because of the cool filters it offers (don’t forget to download the free filters under SHOP). Once you pick a filter, you can then edit the properties of the filter to suit your selfie needs. Save it to your phone and/or link it to your favorite social media outlets.
The Weather Channel
You’re probably going, “There’s already an iPhone Weather app, Kris.” Yes, I understand. But this one has a RADAR. RADAR.
I LOVE Keyboard Shortcuts!
I’m not exactly nerd-alert when it comes to keyboard commands, but I tend to use them more often than my mouse. When you have the keystrokes memorized, it’s simply faster to type than mouse around. Here are a few of my absolutely favorites – I can’t live without them.
ALT + TAB: switches your window to the most recently used window. If you hold the Alt Key, and click
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