2016’s Coolest New Apps You Must Download

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Is your phone a little barren? Could it stand to use a couple of cool apps that make it worth taking out of your pocket? If so, then you’ll want to check out these top apps from 2016 before you hit to app store. We’ve got apps perfect for productivity, travel, what to make for dinner, even reaching enlightenment. Check them out…
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BrightNest

Winter is almost over. You know what that means? That’s right, spring cleaning. BrightNest will help you get organized, while giving you neat tips and tricks to getting your home in order.
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Epicurious

Stop searching online for recipes. Epicurious comes loaded with more than 30,000 recipes from famous chefs, as well as over 100,000 from user submissions you just can’t wait to try. You can simply just punch in your preferences, or special diet and BAM – instantly know what to make for dinner tonight.
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Week Menu

Staying within the food category, Week Menu does exactly what the name implies: it helps you set your meals for the week. This is a must-have app for busy individuals who have no time to plan out their meals.
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Duolingo

Interested in learning a new language? Then download Duolingo. It makes learning a new language fun and easy by making a game out of it, rewarding you along the way to learning that new language you want to speak.
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Coach.me

Self-improvement will always be in style. And if you’ve been thinking of ditching your therapist, or can’t afford a life-coach, then Coach.me is for you. It’s set up as a one-on-one digital coach that’ll help you grow in various areas in your life that you want to improve in.
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Hopper

Thinking about planning a holiday in the near future? Then Hopper will help you find the cheapest flights, best hotels, and essentially, anything else you need to book on your desired destination. This free app is a great deal that helps you find a great deal.
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Bonjournal

If you want to keep more than just selfies from your holiday getaway, then Bonjournal is a must-have download. It’s like a digital diary that allows you to write notes and entries, in addition to the selfies you take – making your journey a little more meaningful and memorable.
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Headspace

For those of you skeptical of meditation, but need it, there’s Headspace. Headspace comes with a free 10-day trial that puts you through daily 10-minute meditation techniques. The idea here is that after 10-days, you’ll notice a difference in how much less stressed you are, as well as being more calm.
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Moodnotes

Want to get to the bottom of your unhappy state? Moodnotes will help you by tracking your mood while you take notes, noting where, when, and why you were feeling blue. It then starts the process of eliminating bad mood causing triggers, if possible. After all, some people have no choice but to stay with their wife (kidding).
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Pause

Staying within the mood-boosting category, Pause is like Tai-Chi in your hands. It helps reduce anxiety and stress by playing calming ambient sounds, while you run your thumb on the screen in motions and shapes that resemble the beats of the sounds you’re listening to, essentially, creating a sound-scape that calms you.
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