Ainsley Asks: What’s Your Favorite App?

According to the most recent Nielsen survey, the average U.S. smartphone user accesses 26.7 apps per month. With so many popular apps out there, we wanted to know which ones the Ainsley team enjoys most. We asked Ainsley, “What’s Your Favorite App?” Here are some answers:

Marissa: My favorite app is Yummly — it’s one of the best cooking apps. I use it to find recipes for meals based on the food I currently have in my house. It also has a feature that will create a grocery list for you based on the recipes you save. Grocery shopping made simple. Download on Google Play or the Apple App Store.

Tim: My favorite app is Digit. It’s an effortless (and secure) way to save money. You connect to your bank account, and every couple of days, Digit will scan your spending habits and automatically save a few dollars from your checking account if you can afford it. It’s a great way to add to your savings without even thinking about it. Download on Google Play or the Apple App Store.

Marshall: FotMob is my favorite. It’s a soccer app that has has news updates about teams across the world, and it shows live commentary and score updates. Download on Google Play or the Apple App Store.

Kaylee: I love Rock My Run. It is full of high-energy mashups to run/work out to, which helps me stay motivated when training for a long race or working out at home. You can even adjust the bpm based on your desired running pace! Download on Google Play or the Apple App Store.

Chris: Google Maps — it’s the only app that makes my phone useful. I use it even when I am driving places I know because the traffic indicators and alternate routes are money. Download on Google Play or the Apple App Store.

Emily D: I’d pick Spotify because music boosts my mood, and I listen to everything. It’s nice be able to pick through different songs and genres and make different playlists. My favorite playlist changes depending on my mood, but my go-to’s are Have a Great Day! and This is: Frank Sinatra.  Download on Google Play or the Apple App Store.

Aaron: Clear is my favorite to-do list app. It’s so easy to use and customize. Download on Google Play or the Apple App Store.