These 5 Mobile Apps Are All You Need for A Fantastic Fuss-Free Life!

It is raining heavily and you have pulled out all the stops (and almost all your hair) trying to get that elusive cab. On the brink of exasperation, you decide to make one last attempt: GrabTaxi.

Sound familiar to you?

Most of us use mobile apps for entertainment, banking, chatting, etc. As shown above, sometimes, it can be a real lifesaver.

In this article, we’ve identified 5 fantastic mobile apps you absolutely need. These mobile apps may turn out to be the best investments of your lives and most importantly, they are FREE!

1. Splitwise

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Imagine going traveling with your friends and each of you paying for different items – air tickets, accommodation, taxi fares and food. When it’s time to split the bill, this becomes a nightmare.

Here comes Splitwise to save the day. The creators of this app know the pain of doing the sums. Basically, this app allows different people in the group to input their expenses, and it will automatically help you split the bill.

This is a saviour for all those who failed Math, so that there is no more racking your brains or having to punch in the numbers on the calculator.

2. PocketMalls

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Have you ever gotten lost in a mall because the mall directory was nowhere to be found? Or having difficulty trying to locate your favorite store in the mall?

With PocketMalls, you have the directories to all the malls in Singapore at your finger tips. With just a few simple steps, this app will help you find your desired store in the mall. What’s more, you can also read reviews on the stores!

3. SoShiok

SoShiok app
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Everybody loves a good food haunt, and this new app from Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) will show you the latest restaurant recommendations and food recipes. The information here is taken from The Sunday Times, as well as from other popular food reviews from major English papers by SPH, so you can be assured of the quality!

And did we mention there are also many yummy recipes posted on the app as well? Foodies and Masterchef wannabes, what are you waiting for?

4. Happy Go Wild

Happy Go Wild app Singapore Happy Hours
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It’s always nice to be able to sit down at a pub or bar and chill over some drinks after a hard day at work. However, we know alcohol can be expensive. So when Happy Go Wild came out, we were elated!

Happy Go Wild is a real-time app that helps you search for places with ongoing Happy Hour promotions, saving you the hassle of looking for cheap chill out places.

With this app, you can enjoy drinks with your best pals without burning a big hole in your pocket!

5. 11th Hour

11th Hour App
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Created by one of the inspiring Singaporeans featured on the SG50 campaign, 11th Hour was set up to help F&B businesses and customers to solve a perennial issue – leftover food.

With this app, businesses can share any last-minute promotions they have, and customers can search for promotions in their vicinity.  A win-win situation for both!

We hope these 5 useful mobile apps help you out! With a whole world of tools at our fingertips, there’s no reason we can’t have that fuss-free life we all crave!

Also read, 9 New & Cool Restaurants In Singapore You Shouldn’t Miss Out On!

 
 
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