Timothy Graham
Timothy GrahamDirector Digital Strategy & Innovation

What are the apps you have on your phone "just in case"?

I have a few apps that I don't use but i still keep on my phone just in case for example find my iphone, jotnot for the occasional time i need to scan something etc.
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  1. Lisa Hopkins
    Lisa HopkinsWeb Designer from Varna, Bulgaria · Written
    I've never been a big note-taker, but recently I've began noticing that I'm constantly writing something down on a piece of paper and then lose this paper. I've used the notes app on my phone, but I always find it a bit lacking, so I just got NoteLedge (a note-taking app by Kdan Mobile), and I've used it a couple of times already, and it seems to be working out so far. So now I have an app on my phone that I hope I'll get some use out of and actually create notes in there instead of just on some random bits of paper. I haven't discovered all the features yet, but I like what I've seen so far - intuitive design and cool tools. Hope this helps
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    Grace Short
    Grace ShortSenior Software Developer · Written
    I have NoteLedge (for taking notes). I don't use it too often, but every once in a while I do have to takes notes for work, or do some light sketching, so using it just occasionally is already quite rewarding.
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  2. 5
    Pocket Yoga

    Your yoga instructor everywhere you go.

    I've never done yoga, but I have an interest in trying it because I have a bad back. I keep this app around just in case I get the spontaneous urge to want to try it one of these days. I've had the app installed for the better part of nearly 2 years. I'm not proud of myself.
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  3. 5
    Google Maps 4.0

    New material design brings bold graphics and fluid motion

    As someone who likes to travel and explore but don't have the best sense of direction, I rely on Google Maps a lot.
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  4. Alin Vlad
    Alin VladCMO, CyberGhost · Written
    I only use it when traveling.
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  5. 4
    Google Translate

    Translate languages in real-time on your mobile phone

    John Ababseh
    John Ababseh10Epiphany Enthusiast · Written
    Never know when you're abroad or get stuck in a situation where a quick translate could be necessary
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  6. 2
    RunPee

    Because movie theaters don't have pause buttons.

    Chris Wilson
    Chris WilsonSr. Product Manager · Written
    I always have this on my phone, even though I don't see a lot of movies, it seems to be super handy in the event that I need to go!
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  7. 1
    Get Human

    Find customer service numbers fast

    This PH link is old, but since then it has the added functionality of handling certain issues for you for a fee (I haven't tried that out yet) as well as letting you hang up and, when one is available, connecting a customer service representative to you, so you aren't just sitting there on hold for ____ minutes.
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  8. Nora Conrad
    Nora ConradOwner of NoraConrad.com · Written
    This is my go-to map app. I can see traffic, accidents and it reminds me when I need to leave for meetings or work. It's one of my favorite apps on my phone.
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  9. 1
    Evernote

    Note taking gets even simpler

    Jakub Rogalski
    Jakub Rogalski39Community Manager at Brand24 · Written
    I don't really use it unless I have to copy a piece of paper so that it looks like a photocopy.
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