Essential Apps for Every Woman

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We live in a pretty great time, when we have an abundance of technology right at our fingertips. There are so many great apps out there, but sometimes it’s hard to wade through the duds to find the winner. Well, look no further! These 3 apps are the absolute must-haves for every woman!

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Period Tracker
This app is every girl’s best friend. It allows you to track your period, and calculates for you what days you’re fertile. It also lets you track your symptoms, note when you were intimate, and take notes on how you’re feeling. It predicts when your next period will start, and is incredibly helpful for women with regular and irregular periods alike. It’s also a great tool not only for women who are trying to avoid pregnancy, but also for those who are trying, with its accurate accounting of your cycle.

ShopSavvy
This app is perfect for all those bargain hunters like myself. My love of shopping is too often hindered by my aversion to spending money, so this app seems like it was made just for me. ShopSavvy is the perfect shopping assistant. When you’re out shopping and find an item you really want, all you have to do is scan the barcode and it will show you online and locals store that also carry that item with details, allow you to compare prices right there! It also searches for deals and discounts on that item and shows product reviews. This app is both a time saver and a money saver, and is an essential app for all the shopaholics out there!

Textalyzer
We’ve all done it before; had a little too much to drink and knew we just had to text our ex, or that jerk who ghosted you, or call Domino’s and order two extra large pizzas. That’s were Textalyzer comes in handy. It lets you program numbers into the app that your sober self knows are DO NOT CONTACT numbers. When your inebriated self tries to contact these numbers, you have to complete 4 different puzzle-type games to prove your sobriety. If you pass the games, you can proceed with the text, but if you fail you have to wait 12 hours before you can anything—more than enough time for you to start thinking clear-headedly again.

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