Superwoman or just a woman? Truth is, there is no difference. Women are all super, doing things at a million per hour, ensuring order notwithstanding forces like lazy husbands, douchebag boyfriends, sometimes (admit it) annoying girlfriends and the list goes on. And we know sometimes feminism and pressure get in the way of asking help! Well, jokes aside, here are 7 apps that will, in all honesty, save you from doing terrible things. We mean TERRIBLE.
VithU is an emergency app that, after clicking the power button of your smartphone two times consecutively begins sending out alert messages every two minutes to the contacts you have already pre-assigned in your phone. The contacts also receive a link to your location. This can be a life saving app as it can be used quickly. This could mean you stuck in an elevator or with a broken down car in the middle of the night. Help is always at hand.
Available on: iOS 8.0 or later, Android 4.0.3 and up.
No more drunk texts, no more regrets! Why should a little thing called messaging get in the way of total abandon? Textalyzer (we are sure God created it for stupid, overthinking, super emotional, cant-let-go women) creates a Dont text forbidden list that prevents you from texting anyone on the list unless you complete a series of puzzles and mind tests.
Available on: iOS 3.1 or later.
Two words – shopping and savings. Enough right? DesiDime is a one stop destination to get the latest coupons, deals and offers from over 500 shopping websites in India.
Available on: Android 4.0.3 and up.
Nike Training Club
Too busy to bother about the health? While we aint talking about anything from obesity to anorexia, we are talking about that good ol mantra of fitness. The Nike Training Club app acts as your personal trainer. The app has more than 100 workout options by Nike master trainers to motivate and train you. It also helps you to keep a check on your calories.
Available on: iOS 7.1 or later, Android 4.0.3 and up.
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I have nothing to wear you crib, everyday as you look at the overflowing wardrobe. Stylebook is your, lets say, clothes manager – just click pictures and do the rest yourself. The virtual closet app manages everything from your favourite outfits to your sizes and style. It helps to mix and match and helps you plan what to wear.
Available on: iOS 8.0 or later.
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Why always depend on your guy friends to drop you home after a late night party or office work? Ola cabs are affordable and reliable. Their drivers are professionally trained and go through stringent quality checks. They also have an SOS button in the apps which can be used by passengers in case of emergency. Now, no more hitching rides. Be your own master.
Available on: iOS 7.0 or later, Android 4.0.3 and up.
What should I make for dinner? Its a question that has haunted women, started fights, and divided entire families up. With CookWizMe, you can simply browse from their recipes everyday, and pick one option and cook it. No questions asked. Alert the spouses, everyone!
Available on: iOS 6.0 or later.
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Notes from work, notes for college, a to-list, a recipe, a quote you liked and what to remember…it is the seamless management of all this that has given them the tag of better at multitasking than men. Now, this can be one much more easily with the Evernote app, that helps organise everything in one place and make it accesible from any-freaking-where! Write your thoughts, picture that perfect moment, use the voice notes or take a video, store it all in one place. Cool right?
Available on: iOS 8.1 or later, Android.