We are always on the hunt for new apps that are useful and help with productivity. Of course, most of our time is spent on Instagram, but occasionally we need to actually do some real work. These are our current favorites to help moms get stuff done!
Baby Bundle (free, in app purchases)
Monitor baby’s daily activities (eating, sleeping, etc), record measurements to track growth, turn your device into a monitor to watch baby from anywhere, and check out the guide to baby care with tips from a Doctor.
Track your personal finances and set budgets, view all accounts in one place, monitor credit card activity, there is also an identity protection component
Remember the Milk (free)
The ultimate to do list. Syncs with many other apps like Gmail, Evernote, and Outlook. You can add and complete tasks from your phone, set priorities and due dates to tasks, get reminders sent to your phone or email, and see what tasks are nearby to get things done efficiently.
Key Ring Reward Cards (free)
Instead of carrying around all of those plastic cards, you can load them into this app and have them all in one spot. Add in loyalty, gift, library, and membership cards.
LaLa Lunchbox (free)
A great meal planning app for kids. They can pick the foods for their meals using monsters, colors, and sounds. Their choices turn into a grocery list for parents. This app will take the stress out of packing lunches and also encourage kids to eat more variety.
Not sure what to do with all those papers the kids bring home from school and Bible Class? This app can help with that. Simply take a picture of the artwork, add in the details, then the images are stored in chronological order. No need to feel guilty about throwing things away! You can share the image with friends and family. When you have enough images, you can order a printed book with all your child’s artwork.
Bible Adventures for Kids ($1.99)
Includes 10 stories with accompanying games and activities. The ‘Read to Me’ option is great for children to be able to listen and read along. There is a free version that only includes the story of David with games.
Plant Nanny (free)
Don’t forget to drink that water everyday! Log your drinks in this app and watch your plant grow.
Teux Deux (free, requires account)
This is, but far, one of our most used apps. It’s simple and doesn’t have a ton of bells and whistles, which is why it’s the perfect to do list. You just add in your to do items on different days. When they’re completed, just tap it and it’s crossed off. If you don’t get something done, it automatically carries over to the next day.
Tell us: What are you must-have apps? Did we miss something that is essential?
If you need some app ideas for your littles, make sure to check out our list.