1. Pinterest
You create pinboards dedicated to a theme and pin (save) images you like to the boards.
It’s great for all kinds of design projects such as interiors, fashion, party planning and finding recipes.

2. Kindle App
Basically turns your smartphone or tablet into a kindle (e-reader).

3. Snapseed
An effective and easy to use photo-editing app. 

4. Zoom
A valuable communications platform for video meetings and conference calls – you can virtually meet with others – either by video or audio-only or both.  It’s main features are one-one meetings, group video conferencing and screen sharing.

5. FitOn
A free at home fitness app offering fitness video and workout plans.

6. Tasty
A recipe app with swipe-by-swipe video instructions, which lets you, export ingredients lists and save your favourites.

7. Microsoft Office
Offers a mobile way to create documents in Word, Excel and Powerpoint.  Use your phone camera to scan and convert images to office documents.

8. Google Docs
Allows you to access, create and edit your documents wherever you go — from your phone, tablet, or computer — even when there’s no connection.

9. Duolingo
A popular app for learning a new language with mini games to test your reading, writing and speaking skills.

10. Borrowbox
This app lets you borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks free from your library.

Compiled by Janell