Today’s Top 10: 15 Noteworthy Apps for Moms
1. Draw Something
Draw Something is THE addictive social drawing game and its now available free for Apple iOS and Android Devices! Draw and guess words, play cooperatively with friends or competitively with rivals.
Have you ever eaten somewhere that was amazing but when you go to tell your friends or try to find it again you can’t because you forgot the name? How about a restaurant that a friend told you about that you really wanted to try, but, once again, you forgot the name? Smorgie is made to remember for you.
3. The Facts of Lice App
The Facts of Lice App from Fairy Tales Hair Care is the first to track those nasty critters. Just type in your zip code and you’ll see a map of outbreaks in your area. Also offers advice and videos that could be handy if your kid has them.
4. Love Food Hate Waste
Maximize leftovers with the Love Food Hate Waste app.
5. WebMD & WebMD Baby
The app that does more than keep your family informed. It keeps YOU informed. To keep you & your baby healthy.
Paprika is an app that lets you manage recipes. It’s the recipe manager you’ve been looking for. Can download for Mac, iPod, iPad and iPhone.
Price: Varies on Device
Bargain shoppers can use ShopSavvy App to compare the price of one item at several different stores in their area.
Pageonce tracks your accounts and has a Payments Due feature that tells you when it’s time to pay. Best of all, if you lose your cell, you can log on to the website and block access to your account.
★ Best of 2010 & 2011, App Store Rewind (Dec 2010 & 2011)
★ PC World Magazine Selected, “30 Sites You Should be Using Right Now” (Dec 2011)
★ Selected as Staff Favorite in iTunes (Nov 2011)
What else is there to say? America’s favorite store is now in the app store.
Lovin’ that tune? Shazam is the quickest and easiest way to discover more about music. Just hold your phone up to the song to identify the track, buy it, check out the videos, get the lyrics, share it with friends – and more!
Pinterest is a Virtual Pinboard. It lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find in your life. People use pinboards to plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and organize their favorite recipes.
12. Mom Maps
Mom Maps helps you find kid-friendly places when you’re on the go! ** As seen in the Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Huffington Post, Washington Post, Tech Crunch, Babble, Red Tricycle and more!
If you let your little one play with one of your idevices while perusing the grocery store, open up the Kideos app and don’t stress.. It’s all fun.
Labeled one of the 5 hottest apps, Grocery IQ is an easy way to create a shopping list, categorize by aisle, coupons & more. Customize the arrangement of categories within your list so you can check off items in an orderly fashion as you navigate the store.
Now you can edit your list online at http://groceryiq.com/ and sync it automatically to your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad!
15. Real Simple To Do
For more than 10 years, Real Simple has provided smart, realistic solutions to everyday challenges. Now, Real Simple To-Do Lists will help you organize and delegate like never before.
One of my favorite apps to use on the iPhone is the Real Simple To-Do App. Make a daily cleaning routine, a wedding check list or a party plan. Anything you want!
Do you see any you like? What are your favorite apps?
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