Apps that drive our life
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Apps that drive our life

There's currently a flood of smartphone applications available intended to make life faster

Apps that drive our life

In the world of high-speed internet and deadlines, it would not be an exaggeration to say that time is money. Thus, nearly everybody is searching for better approaches to amplify usefulness, so they can work (and live) more intelligently to capitalise on their time.
On account of advanced development, there's currently a flood of smartphone applications available intended to make life faster, easier and more efficient.

On top of trusted works of art like WhatsApp and Uber, here's the list of applications that have made our lives easier:

Food delivery apps

Food from home

Online food ordering apps and websites have indeed made life a lot easier because we can now find a variety of dishes and food items in a matter of seconds and order them when we have a craving for our favourite food. Swiggy and Zomato are the most popular and accessible apps to order food.


Everyone can write better

Writing error-free is not a cakewalk. Most times when we are in a hurry, we tend to make mistakes. This free Google plug-in assists in the correction of critical grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors. Grammarly's premium version, which checks for plagiarism, wordiness, and other issues, ranges in price from $11.66 to $29.95 per month, depending on how you pay.

Online shopping apps

Shopping complex from home

Applications have transformed shopping completely. You no longer have to spend hours in malls and markets looking for the best item at the best possible price. Shopping apps let you buy everything from groceries to soft furnishings to clothes to gadgets. Some apps will also show you how a particular piece will look on you by sensing your face or uploading a photo of you. It's similar to a virtual tryout room. Myntra, Nykaa, Amazon, and Flipcart are among the leading apps in online shopping.

Google maps

The world on Google Maps

Earlier, you may recall how difficult it was to locate a specific destination. You arrived at a destination after consulting with several people. With the rise of technology, navigation applications have truly made life easy. All you have to do is enter your desired location into the app. The app will detect your current location and display all possible routes to your destination. Along with the streets, it gives you an estimated arrival time, shows you areas with traffic jams, and offers you the briefest and fastest routes to your desired location.

Google Drive

Your own personal store

We no longer need to lug folders of paperwork to a meeting or overseas for a business trip. With Google Drive – a free online storage app for all your documents, photos, and videos – you can easily access all of your files from any digital device. It's straightforward to use, and you can invite others to view, edit, or comment on any of your files or folders.

Cab Service apps

No more need of personal cars and drivers

You can choose the time and location of your pick-up, as well as the type of vehicle for your commute, with services such as Uber and Ola. As a bonus, you can pay online, with credit cards, and even receive exciting discounts and offers from time to time.

Those who dislike driving are the ones who are most frustrated and irritated by being stuck in traffic. With applications like Ola and Uber, it has been made possible for people to commute in peace and comfort and at a low cost.


Diminshing distance

We, humans, are inextricably linked to one another, a phenomenon known as human bonding. Connecting is the most important thing to us, and we want to keep in touch with every family member and friend. However, as the pressure to develop one's life grew, the distance between family members increased. During this challenging time, mobile applications have proven to help shorten this distance. From boomers to zoomers, everyone is on social media to share, interact and create. Our dependence on social media was recently felt during the WhatsApp outage in India.