3 weird-ish apps that will improve your life

by | Feb 3, 2015

Since I came across the “Pplkpr” app, a new pasttime has been developed; crawling the app store – and the internet –  for the weirdest apps.

Aside from the standard social, news and gaming apps, there are seriously bizarre apps out there. Check them out, and you just might discover that they’re strangely beneficial to your health and productivity.

Here’s a special list of my latest finds:

Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock

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An intelligent alarm clock that analyzes your sleep and wakes you in the lightest sleep phase – the natural way to wake up feeling rested and relaxed.

The only weird thing about this app is that, to use it correctly, it requires you tuck your phone into bed with you every night. But since most of us do that anyway, no red flags. But the app checks out. It will help you track the quality of your sleep and feel more rested in the morning.

So for $2, you can get the best from your sleep. The app is available on iOS.

Amazing Girlfriend Manager

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With this application you can improve your relationships by applying concepts of CRM (Customer Relationship Management) on your girlfriends. Think about your girlfriend as a client! What information and tools you need to improve your relationship? This application is the answer.

Never destroy another relationship with your inability to remember important dates and information again! The Amazing Girlfriend Manager app prompts you to fill out important data about your significant other, including her birthdate, the date of your anniversary and various gifts you have given her. The app even lets you keep track of multiple girlfriends, which is, of course, not guaranteed to improve your life.

And for $0.99, your relationship is safe. Available on iOS.

Daily Water

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We all know that water is essential to our health, 2/3 of body is consists of water, yet most of us unknowingly suffer from chronic dehydration, this is a underlying cause of many illnesses. The Daily Water app is a constant reminder to drink more.

So, like an overly affectionate $0.99 grandmother, this app will sound an alarm every time you should be drinking water. Available on iOS.

I feel like I should apologize that these are all iOS apps.

Odunayo Eweniyi
Odunayo Eweniyi

Woman in Tech. Taking the African tech space, one step after another.
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