As of June 2016, over 2 million apps could be downloaded from Apple’s App Store. Google’s Play Store offered slightly more. And while not all are great, there are hidden gems that can ease your day-to-day grind. Driving from A to B, checking email, figuring out what shows to watch, finding the best local craft beer — as they say, there’s an app for that.
8 Navigation Apps to Try Now
Want a better driving experience? There’s an app for that.
Replace Sunrise (Now Defunct) with These Calendar Apps
Outlook might be the obvious successor to Sunrise (which just shut down). But that doesn’t mean it’s the best one.
3 Apps to Grow and Manage Your Money
It’s like fantasy sports…except with your checking account.
Learn to Make a Great Cocktail with These 3 Apps
Cocktail recipes can be impossible to remember. These make it easy. Plus they encourage you to sip on something new.
Best Email Apps Not Named Gmail
Not all email apps are created equal. These are the best email apps for every kind of user, whether you use Gmail or not.
5 News Apps to Read Now That NYT Now Is Kaput
As of August 29, the NYT Now app can’t be downloaded anymore. Here are five great alternative news apps to replace it.
4 Guide Apps for Video Streamers
How to find exactly what you want to watch in less time and for less money.
10 Productivity Apps for Efficient Work
Boost productivity and slice away work? Not too bad for an app.
Find an Apartment with These 7 Free Apps
Looking to buy, rent or sublet a new apartment? These are the seven best apartment-finding apps. And yes, they’re free.
7 Photo-Editing Apps for Better iPhone Photos
Bring professional-quality edits to your phone photos with these seven apps.
7 Apps to Find, Track and Drink Craft Beer
Can’t find a beer app that works for you? These seven are each geared toward different aspects of the beautiful craft.