Useful apps for bloggers!

Useful apps for bloggersHere you will find apps that are useful for bloggers, whether it’s making your Instagram story look extra pretty or a tool for clearing out your email inbox, there’s an app for it (probably) I wanted to try and include some different apps to the usual ones that always pop up time and time again! VSCO, Pinterest, Evernote and Snapseed I’m looking at you.

Buffer
Where to find it: The App store / online
Buffer schedules content for you, you can schedule social posts on Twitter, Instagram Facebook and Pinterest. Don’t go too crazy scheduling to often, no one likes a spammer now do they?!

Unfold
Where to find it: The App store
You’ve probably seen pretty Instagram stories from your favourite influencers full of brush style fonts and polaroids photos. Unfold allows you to create gorgeous Instagram stories including videos, with frames and fonts galore. This is one of my favourite apps at the moment as I always feel Instagram stories can look a little ugly and have a lack of personality at times.

We Transfer
Where to find it: The App store / online
We Transfer is a free, super easy way of sending large photo’s or files, instead of sending them as ridiculously big email attachments!

Hype Type
Where to find it: The App store
Hype Type is an app perfect for adding fonts over photos. There are tons of different font choices to choose from and the interface is super easy to use.

Moment
Where to find it: The App store
Moment is an iPhone app that automatically tracks how much time you spend on your phone and certain apps. You can set daily limits, that notifies you when you go over. If you want to spend less time on your phone this app is for you. Just a word of warning you may be horrified when you realise just how much time you spend with your phone in your hands. Just sayin’

PRIIME
Where to find it: The App Store.
PRIIME is a high-end photo editing app for RAW and non-RAW photos, you can also edit ‘live’ iPhone photos such a cool app, I’d definitely recommend if you’re into photography.

Trello
Where to find it: The App Store / online
Trello is a visual organiser app. I like my calendars and organisers to look pretty, think of this as a Pinterest style visual organiser. It’s free to sign up! It syncs across all devices which is always handy.

If you have any other favourites that you think should be on this list, let me know in the comments!

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  1. July 19, 2018 / 9:28 am

    I’ve been looking for an app like Moment for ages because I know I spend way too much time on my phone!!

    -Charlotte / myownblogofthoughts.blogspot.com

  2. July 19, 2018 / 9:12 pm

    I simply use Airdrop to transfer my photos between my laptop and phone, which is main kind of file transferring I do between devices 🙂 I use VSCO to edit some photos, but everyone knows about VSCO already! & I also use UNUM to plan my Insta feed occasionally (I’m not too intense about updating my Instagram haha). Of the apps you’ve mentioned, I only knew about Buffer and Trello, so thanks for sharing! Since I’m pretty comfortable with Photoshop, I don’t think I’ll need most of the other apps, but they seem interesting to check out, so I probably will check them out regardless! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

  3. Rhian
    July 20, 2018 / 3:48 pm

    Great post Becky. I Love unfold!

  4. July 24, 2018 / 10:57 pm

    I love vsco. Tried hootsuite but didn’t think it was as great as people say so thanks for the tips. Too scared to use moment haha but definitely going to get hypetype and u fold so thanks for the tips.

    http://www.jettravels.co.uk
    Jo
    X

  5. July 26, 2018 / 12:02 am

    Thank you for such an informative post!

  6. July 26, 2018 / 3:37 pm

    Love this selection of apps! So useful x

    shestandsfirm.wordpress.com

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