For this week, BeQRious will be bringing you three recommended apps that could change your lifestyle.
If you have always wondered where all your money goes, then you must be neglecting the small expenses that you make.
Now you can get a better handle of your money with Expensify. You can record all your expenses, keep a scanned copy of your receipts and get easy to read reports on your expenses. You can also import a bank account that would allow you to enter your expenses related to that particular account automatically.
If you are looking for a mobile app that allows you to track your income as well as your expenses, then get MoneyBook.
MoneyBook allows you to keep track of all your financial transactions, add notifications for every financial transaction you do, and organize your expenses easily.
The digital dating space is a crowded one indeed, but one app is standing apart from the crowd. It is called Tinder and it is making digital dating even simpler.
With more than 50 million matches, and 4.5 billion user ratings, Tinder is quite a hit. It does not force you to focus on creating and sprucing up a dating profile. Instead, it takes information from your Facebook account and matches you with somebody who is nearby and shares the same interests as you.
Tinder is also experiencing both a high number of downloads and a high level of user engagement. This pattern is very rare when it comes to mobile apps!
In addition, Tinder is not focused on the United States alone. In fact, a good 15% of its current users come from outside the country!
Photos are just one scene of a story that you have frozen in time. Qwilt allows you to put the story back into the photo. With Qwilt, you can easily add comments, locations and titles to the photos that you forgot were in your iPhone.
What’s more, it can organize your photos by the places where they were taken or the people who are in them.
In addition, it comes with an auto share function that allows you to share photos automatically to your closest friends or family members.
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