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5 Helpful Apps That Can Make Life Easier

5 Helpful Apps That Can Make Life Easier [FREE]

10 Aug , 2016,
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For every questionable app out there, there is an app that really helps make a difference. Technology, when put to good use, can really help make people’s lives better. Here are just 5 of our favourite apps that are designed to help make life that little bit easier.

1. Be My Eyes: There’s nothing better than people helping other people. This app connects people who are blind or visually impaired with over 90 000 volunteers who are ready and waiting to provide assistance. Via direct video connection, a blind person can ask for help in a range of scenarios – from finding their way around to reading the ingredients list on a jar of sauce. They simply send their request and the volunteer gets a notification that their assistance is required.

(Available on iPhone, Android coming soon – FREE)

2. Spread The Sign: Want to know how to say ‘red’ or ‘cat’ in sign language? Boasting a dictionary of over 200,000 words, Spread the Sign shows anyone – hearing impaired or not – how to sign their chosen word. Simply pick your language, type in your word, and then watch a video demonstrating the correct sign. Pretty cool, huh?

(Available on iPhone and Android – FREE)

3. mySugr Diabetes App: There’s nothing fun about having diabetes. But this cute little app takes some of the pain out of monitoring your diabetes data. The app helps you keep track of your meals and set blood sugar levels challenges. Their motto: Make diabetes suck less! And it must, it’s the most popular diabetes app in the world.
(Available on iPhone and Android – FREE)

4. Touch And Learn: Everyone needs a voice. Touch and Learn provides a ‘voice’ to children with autism and other disorders by helping them communicate through pictures. It works two-fold helping your child communicate to others, while also improving their language skills. The app focuses heavily on helping kids read body language and understand emotions. Parents can also add their own pictures and questions!

(Available on iPhone and Android – FREE)

5. ColourAssist: Colour blindness is a condition that is difficult to describe to those who don’t suffer from it. The ColourAssist app not only helps colour blind people to identify colours within a picture, it also depicts how a colour blind person sees those colours. So friends and family can see the world through their eyes. It also helps the user find colour matches.
(Available on iPhone – FREE)

We hope these apps can help you make your mobile better. And don’t forget to pass them on! And remember to tweet us your favourite apps @VirginMobileAus if you have any in mind.

If you would like to read other ways we’re making mobile better, check out our posts below.

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