Friday, 20 November 2015

LIFESTYLE | favourite iPad apps

When I found out that I had my new job I wanted to treat myself, and after a little debacle last Christmas where I sold my iPad I wanted to get a new one as a present for myself for getting an assistant manager job. As well, I have been starting to write again and having an iPad meant that when I am on the go I can do some of my writing and keep it all in one place. I decided that I did not want to get an iPad 2 like I had last time as I found it was a little too big for, so I opted for an iPad Mini gen 1. I found this one on eBay for £80 in near mint condition and thought I had found myself a steal. Little did I know that I would have paid more because this iPad is honestly one of the best things I currently own. I have more than gotten my moneys worth. As I love watching "whats on my iPhone" videos, I thought I would give you a little snippet at some of my favourite apps that I have discovered since I have gotten it!

The first picture is to show you my background, which I found on WeHeartIt! Scrabble seems to be a standard - it is really helping me to tax and test myself, so I do not really need to say any more than that! Mix Genius I discovered a few years ago in sixth form when my friend had it on her iPad and we used to love playing it in school, so I decided to get it for myself and it is such a silly game but it is quite amusing. Aillis is an amazing little editing app! If there is something that I want to edit before I put it on Instagram than this is the app the one I always go straight to! It is simple to use and you can even create little pictures on there too! Pinterest is something I have recently gotten in to (my name is ameliajoyclark if anyone wants to follow me!) It is a great little app to get inspiration for anything! I have pinned so much, anything from Christmas to inspirational quotes - I am completely obsessed, and yes I know I am a little late on the bandwagon with this one! iBooks is something you get automatically with the iPad but I have a love for it, which I never thought I would say with an app like that! When I was travelling to and from Bournemouth training every day, I would read books on this and it would barely touch the battery life. I always said I was never going to be one of those people who read electronic books instead of real ones, but for me it was more about convenience  If I had a choice though, I would have a physical book over and electronic any day. And lastly Colourfy. This may seem like an odd one, but if any of you have bought in to the adult colouring craze than you will understand this one. It is so simple and easy to use and you can create some gorgeous and intricate patterns, and it honestly is amazing for stress relieving!

What are you favourite apps, on your phone or tablet, or even your laptop?

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