Apps you shouldn't live without during quarantine

May 19, 2020
Written by
Karlo Gomez
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Cover Photo: Taylor Swift

Since you can't go to concerts you can watch performances like Taylor Swift's City of Lover streaming on Hulu and Disney+

Stay Productive

In a world filled with distractions it becomes almost impossible to stay productive on important tasks. Well we have a solution, Forest is a unique app that turns each challenging task into a game. All you do is a set a timer and let the app grow "plants" digital plants that is. These plants grow taller the longer you stay on your task. What a great way to stay productive. Oh, and you earn virtual coins you can redeem in the future to plant real trees in the real world.

Kids who code

If you happen to have a kid who loves to code then CodeSpark Academy is for your aspiring coder. Kids ages 5 - 9 learn to code with puzzles, games and an array of problem-solving monsters, how cool!

You need a break!

Calling all wordy people, is that even a word? you tell me, lol. SpellTower+ brings joy and fun by spelling and finding words that are jumbled in a tower of letters, which causes the letters above to drop as you select. It's entertaining and fun.

Cooking much?

The NYT Cooking app brings you easy recipes depending on what season we are in. If you're like me, cooking savory delicious healthy food is something I find great joy in, and hopefully you do to.

Art is life

What if each day you could learn something new about museums and art pieces from around the world. Well DailyArt elevates art by bringing it right to your phone daily. It's as if traveling to a museum was brought right to your finger tips, that just sounds nice, especially during this time of quarantine.

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