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Women’s month: Top 10 Apps from the App store


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Want to love your email again? Spark is one of the best personal email clients and a revolutionary email client for teams. With a 4,7 out of 5 rating in Apple’s App Store, you can’t go wrong with giving Spark a chance. You can create emails together, schedule emails to be sent later and create secure links to a specific email or conversation, to name just a few of its incredible features.



Calm didn’t win Apple’s best app of the year for two years in a row by just being average. It is the number 1 app for sleep, meditation and relaxation and a must for every smartphone user. Millions of users around the world joined the Calm revolution and are experiencing better sleep, lower stress and less anxiety because of it. Calm is the perfect mindfulness app for beginners but also includes hundreds of programs for intermediate and advanced users.



If you love listening to podcasts, have you ever considered making your own? With Anchor, recording podcasts is a breeze. The app lets you capture audio with your iPhone or iPad, add background music and slip in sound effects adds songs without having to know the first thing about audio editing.


Yummly Recipes and Shopping List

With over two million recipes, Yummly is a mobile app that provides recipe recommendations personalised to the individual’s tastes, semantic recipe search, a digital recipe box and a shopping list. The Yummly app is available for iOS, Android and web browsers.



Over 14 million people use Pocket to easily save articles, videos and more for later. With Pocket, all of your content goes to one place, so you can view it anytime, on any device. You can even read articles offline, making Pocket indispensable for those oad-sheddin nights when you are stuck without Wi-Fi.

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Card Diary – Pretty Journal

This app managed to reach Apple’s #AppOfTheDay in over 80 countries. It is the perfect place for you to think, feel, discover, remember and dream. The age we’re living in is overloaded with information. Sometimes it gets so noisy it’s hard to hear your own voice. Journaling is all about taking a break, turning your attention inwards and listening to what is going on in your mind.


VSCO: Photo & Video Editor

VSCO is a place where expression matters most. They offer creative photo and video editing tools, inspiration, and a place for you to be you. Share your photos and videos with #VSCO for a chance to be curated by VSCO. It offers never-before-seen filters, making your beautiful pictures stand out.

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Deliciously Ella

Although this app has a monthly subscription fee, it is a must for lovers of healthy and plant-based recipes.There are over 400 recipes with instructional videos, meal planners, shopping lists and step-by-step images to make plant-based cooking easier.



Colouring is a great way to pass time and reduce stress and anxiety, and that is exactly why Pigment is on our Top 10 list. According to Pigment creators, just 10 minutes of colouring can provide the same benefits as meditation, and help you practise mindfulness, live in the moment, enhance concentration and encourage your creativity. It is also a great alternative to games.

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Are you the one in the office that loves using Post-it notes? Well, then this app is for you. You can use it on your phone, tablet and laptop and use it for collaboration, in education or for personal note-taking. You can take a picture of your handwritten Post-it, take a picture of it and it will create a digital version of it. You can export to your favourite apps and cloud services including Trello, Dropbox, iCloud and PDF.