There are times when I don’t feel like reading, writing or doing anything creative at all, and in times like that I usually reach out to my Samsung Galaxy Note II.
So today I’m going to share my top 5 apps of May. These are the apps that I used the most during the last month.
1. Nimble Quest
As I’ve mentioned a couple of times before, I’m a huge fan of 8- and 16-bit games, so when I first saw this app in the Play Store I just had to try it out. And boy did it get me hooked on it! Nimble quest is an advanced version of the good old game of snake that I remember I just couldn’t stop playing on my Nokia 3210 😛 And I would be embarressed if I got to know how many hours I’ve put into this game.
Not wanting to do anything creative doesn’t mean that I’m not receptive for some inspiration! And that’s where Pinterest is so genius! I can easily find inspiration to new projects and save them for later with the touch of a finger. Love it!
You can follow me on Pinterest as well to see some of my creative projects. Just search for featherpen87 🙂
3. Pixel Hospital
Another game that’s right up my alley! This game is pretty new to me, but one that I often find myself playing. In this game you’re in charge of a hospital and has to make sure that all of the patients get the treatment they need and leave as happy customers, and if you’re not quick at the touch here your patients will get unhappy and even die.
Simple and addictive 😛
I take a lot of photos with my phone and I like to edit them from time to time so that I can give them that little extra more than the filters that Instagram provides. Here PicsArt is brilliant! And with the S-pen on the Note II it makes this app even more user friendly. It lets you edit and mace collages fast and easy with a gorgeous result. You can also share your finished result with other users through the PicsArt app and network.
goodreads is an excellent site for everyone that loves to read. Here you see what your friends are reading at the moment and what they thought of it. And you can share all the books you’ve read with an own little review.
goodreads will also recommend books for you based on the books that you’ve given good ratings. This is brilliant for readers like me that often have the tendency to stick to just a few writers just because I don’t know where to start looking and I don’t want to buy books at total random.
So there you have it, my top 5 apps of May. Let me know what you think and if you have any apps to recommend for me then fire away!! I will try them out and get back to you!
I’m thinking about doing a list like this the first of every month, depending on how you readers respond to it 🙂 I’ve seen that there’s been a lot of activity on my site lately and I’m so grateful for all of you guys that takes a trip into my little Geek Heaven!