Old - 19/11/2018

Useful Apps You Probably Never Heard Of

We live in a world where we have an opportunity to use the little boxes that are in our pockets to book flights, hotels, cars, control our TVs, deliver groceries, request taxi rides and so on. Isn’t that amazing? We all know that there are millions of mobile apps available in the app stores, and there is a little chance that any of us even heard about a quarter of the apps that are available to us.

Yes, we all know about Twitters, Ubers, Facebooks and the Instagrams of the world, but what about those hidden gems and lesser known apps? What about new apps that are extremely useful, but nobody has heard of them? A lot of cool and helpful apps are destined to slip under the radar. So that wouldn’t happen, we decided to share with you five apps that are not trending but are still awesome and helpful to users.

PDF to Word Converter With OCR

You never know how useful this app can be until you really need it. It is primarily oriented to business users and their business needs. You can use it to smoothly and accurately convert PDF files to MS Word for easy editing later. You can convert documents directly from your phone, supported cloud services or Gmail attachments. The app also has a built-in document scanner with automatic border detection which means that scanned documents can be converted as well.

Price: Free

Available on: iOS and Android

Expense OK

If you simply want to track your expenses with easy to use app that doesn’t have plenty of confusing features, Expense OK is the app for you. Believe us when we say it, it is really easy to use, just enter the amount that you are about to spend and choose the category. That’s it, you are done! From there you can review your expenses on a list or in a color-coded pie chart.

Price: $0.99 / Ksh 101

Available on: iOS

Programming Hub

This is a great app for the people who would like to learn how to code at their own rhythm. The app has lessons broken down into easy to follow and understandable actions. It also gives you encouraging feedback which is awesome. There are plenty of programming languages you can choose from (more than 20) like Python, HTML, Java, and others. The app is mainly free, but if you wish to get rid of the ads, have an offline mode and unlimited access to all courses, you will need to pay a monthly subscription fee of $10.99.

Price: Free

Available on: iOS and Android

Magic Piano

You don’t need to have a music degree in order to compose music on Magic Piano. The app will let you fulfill your childhood dreams of becoming a piano player without the need of actually having to go to school and study for it. You can either learn how to play famous songs (there is a catalog full of classical and pop compositions you can play along to) or you can choose to compose your own music.

Price: Free

Available on: iOS and Android

Wysa Anxiety & Depression Bot

In case you don’t have anyone that you could talk to about your feelings, Wysa is the app for you. It is a cute penguin-shaped chatbot that listens to you and offers you self-care tips, mental health advice, and exercises based on problems you are having. It can also offer you meditation, tips for better sleep and breathing exercises. The app is free to use, but if you wish to get assistance from a real human coach, you will need to pay a monthly subscription fee of $29.99 / Ksh 3,083.

Price: Free

Available on: iOS and Android

We would love to hear from you, so please let us know in the comments about your favorite apps that you think nobody will know about.

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