Hello! I don’t about you guys, but I love to be nosy, I am fuelled by rumours and gossip (even though 99% of it isn’t true). So for those of you like me, here is an in-depth view of what’s on my phone. Hope you enjoy!
This is my lock screen, to be honest its quite self explanatory. The lock screen is of me and my cousins, Anya and Ava, when we were bridesmaids at my cousin Saya’s wedding. Although both myself and Anya couldn’t walk in our dresses they were perfect to pose in.
This is the first page of my phone. As you can see it has most of my essentials on it. I need quick access to my photos because I use the app ALL the time, and I love to check my steps as often as I can in the health section. I really like keeping my photos in neat folders as well, so I have easy access to whatever I need.
Unsurprisingly, I am never in a rush to update bug fixes and therefore only update an app whenever I need to. My emails have also racked up but that it because it is my miscellaneous email as I call it – not my school or blogging email.
As a blogger, there are so many apps needed to edit and perfect photos. The first four apps I use to edit photos, Pixlr primarily for softening and sharpening, VSCO for filters and adjustments and PS Express for photo frames. I personally find Camera + so much better than the iPhone camera to take photos, the overall quality is superb. For those with an Instagram theme, Planoly is a great app to plan and schedule photos, making life that bit simplier. Blur photos is pretty much self explanatory, its perfect for cover photos and flat lays. BlogLovin and Pinterest are also great to find out other small bloggers and inspiration.
Here are my social media’s – to be honest I think they are pretty much self explanatory, and every girl’s necessity (well mine anyway).
And here are my “apps that I couldn’t put into a folder” apps. Unidays is my holy grail app I swear. When on a student budget, a discount is just what is needed – Unidays pretty much has everything, and is free, unlike NUS. I have the Barclays app, to check my empty balance every so often. As an A Level student, revision apps are required. I haven’t quite hit revision mania yet so only have one, Flashcards. This is great to memorise quick bits of information. MyFitnessPal is great for those trying to lose weight, or just to become more conscious about their diet. I love this app because it has a meal diary, pedometer and calorie counter all in one place, making it so easy to track what I eat. Onefootball is a great app to keep track of all the scores of the day, and the latest football news. Finally, I have the ReadingLeeds app, as I am going to Reading Festival this year.The app contains information about the event, the acts performing in addition to the schedule of each day – super useful!
What apps are on your phone?