In my case I use a few apps that make me more informed to allow me to make quick decisions on my daily activities, the first thing I do before getting out of bed in the morning is to check weather and the news, living in Amsterdam knowing what the weather will allow me to dress accordingly as I commute by bike to work.
If I know the exact minute it’s going to rain, I will be prepared for it when riding my bike, I have collected the best apps that I use on a daily basis.
Virtru Simple Email Privacy
Virtru makes it easy to keep your private communications private. With Virtru, you don’t need a separate account — use it with Gmail or any other email provider. You can send secure messages to anyone anywhere, regardless of their email provider or what software they use to read their email. Virtru also works on your desktop with free plug-ins for Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Outlook.
1Password will make sure you never have to remember a password again.
1Password remembers all your passwords for you across all your computing devices. With a special browser extension, you just have to remember one “master password” and the apps will do the rest, helping you fill in your login and password details. It’s a hassle-free way to keep all your passwords safe and secure.
Price: Free (iOS), Free (Android), $34.99 (Mac and Windows)
Yahoo Weather is the best-looking weather app out there.
Skype is an easy and free way to do video message.
Skype is still the best way to video-message people, and voice calls and video calls to other Skype users are free. And since Skype works on multiple platforms, it’s an easy way to IM or video conference without having to worry about what device everyone is using.
Have a Google+ account use hangout to record your videos
Google+ Hangout – Bring your conversations to life with photos, emoji, and even group video calls for free.
Price: Free (iOS, Android)