So you want to play Cards Against Humanity but you don’t have any friends. Or more likely, because you are all delightful, you don’t want to wait for special get-togethers to play. There’s an app for that! Evil Apples isn’t officially connected to CAH, but the gameplay is pretty much the same. The best part is, you can start a game whenever and wherever you want! Read More Evil Apples: Pure Twisted Fun!
Who doesn’t love random holidays? Waffle Day, Ice Cream Day, Hug a Tree Day — there are thousands of little holidays like this that happen throughout the year, but how can a person keep up? I’d gladly support National Champagne Day if I knew it was happening (it’s December 1) and National Cream-Filled Doughnut Day (September 14). Enter the smartphone app, Allidays. Read More Always a Reason to Celebrate with Allidays
Everyone knows about Words With Friends and Candy Crush, but here are a few more apps that I love to play for hours on end. Whether you prefer word games, jigsaw puzzles, logic puzzles, or matching games, there’s something here you’re guaranteed to love. Read More Wednesday Puzzle: My Favorite Puzzle and Logic Game Apps
What Would I Say? is the newest app to take Facebook by storm. Reminiscent of the now-defunct Horse_ebooks Twitter account, the app takes snippets from your previous Facebook posts and recombines them into new phrases. Most of the statuses it generates are pretty nonsensical, but sometimes it creates absolute gems. Read More 14 Life Lessons from What Would I Say?
Okay, perhaps I engage in a smidge of hyperbole when I say that I cannot live without these apps. Surely, I would somehow pick up the pieces of my life and go on if I no longer had access to my iPhone. But, they have made my life a lot easier. Read More 5 iPhone Apps I Can’t Live Without
Ibotta is a new coupon app that works differently that most other savings programs. Instead of loading coupons directly to your store rewards card or having a barcode to scan at the register, it allows you to complete tasks within the app to earn savings on different products, then register your purchase when you get home. The best part? One you’ve accumulated at least $5 in your account, you can deposit it to PayPal and use it for something fun! Read More We Try It: Ibotta
Being Hispanic (we can debate the term later), does not automatically guarantee certain characteristics that are associated with the group. You can be culturally Hispanic, but you can be pretty pale. You can be raised in a city that is at least sixty percent Hispanic with parents who speak Spanish fluently, but still not be able to speak Spanish yourself. Read More We Try It: Duolingo