5 must have apps for the ladies

Happy Friday everyone🍹 From now, I’m going to share more content on my blog, other than fashion and food which I care A LOT about, I want to remind myself that my initial purpose of creating lifedevivi is to make a meaningful website. So…. here we go! A lot of times we download apps on our phone from word of mouth because reviews on the app store are not very… reliable.

As a blogger, I’m on my phone 24/7 and not because I’m texting all the time, my iPhone is basically my manager in a lot of times. Here are 5 essentials apps I think every lady should be using on their phones:

  1. Stash Invest

    For those who are new to investing, like me, this app is perfect for micro-investment. I personally know nothing about stocks and this app has changed my life. We don’t wanna go big when we don’t know the game, it only takes $5 to start and you can schedule it daily/bi-weekly/monthly. It has different plans for you and I suggest ‘moderate’ is great for young people to begin their journey. Great interface, it also has articles for you to learn more about current stocks market. 😉

  2. Poshmark / Mercari

    I’m pretty sure a lot of online shoppers would be familiar with these apps. These two apps have the same function and you can sell whatever you want in there, mostly clothes/shoes/cosmetics/electronics etc. The differences between these and offerup and le-go is they are for shipping only. Poshmark takes 20% commission while Mercari takes 10%. It’s awesome to make some extra cash on things you don’t wear or use anymore. I sell on both apps and the sales have been fantastic the past few weeks, almost sold out all of my summer outfits. Check out my Poshmark & Mercari @kwyvivi (same account name)!

  3. Clue

    Super super useful ladies.. this app is a game changer. Before I get to know this app, I never know exactly when will my period comes and gets paranoid over time. It documents all the data I input, predict your next period and ovulation date, SUPER ACCURATE. So you can get prepared (and let your better half know there will be PMS lol). It’s also fun to use because you can choose different categories to put data with, your mood, energy level, pain level etc.

  4. Mint

    I have downloaded and tried a lot of personal finance apps before and this is the only one stayed on my phone, now you know how practical and user-friendly it is (Vivi is not good with complicated design). It helps you keep track of your finance, budgeting and pay your bills. Remember the times when you are charged with unnecessary bank fees and late payments, this app will help you get rid of these issues. Also, it feels great that it gives you a much better idea of how to manage your financial status, and learn how to improve it. I used to ignore how I spent my money back then, things were messy. Girls, keep your credit score and chin high…😎

  5.  Venmo

    I’m kinda late when it comes to know Venmo’s existence.  Not everyone has Paypal and Venmo is like its sibling. It’s perfect for splitting bills and share payment. The one thing Venmo might out win Paypal is fees, it charges absolutely nothing and very efficient. Paypal is more on the business side where you buy things online and pay thru it, while Venmo is for splitting bills with people, e.g. when you forgot your wallet😂.

 

what chu waiting for? go to the app store now….😝 😘