Mobile Apps for the Non-Technical App User

Mobile Apps for the Non-Technical App User

One might think that apps are merely designed for the game enthusiast, time wasters or even just finding something on a map, but there is so much more to offer from apps and for those that are not gamers or highly technical, here is a decent list of great apps that you might be interested in.

Travel Deluxe is great if you get around with public transport or want to find a new spot in London.
Task Pro is a helpful app that gives you an easy to use to do list.
Met Office Weather App is one of the more accurate weather smartphone apps and is great to help you plan ahead.
NoteMaster is a smart app that lets you jot down notes for later and even synchronizes with Google Documents.
Due is an app that is helpful to remind you about bills and such.
HanDBase gives you a way to protect any sensitive information on your mobile.

There are plenty of apps on the market that aren’t just for the gamer and if you are starting out with a fresh mobile, have never used a mobile or are looking to update your apps list, then here are a few more apps that you might find very useful:

Smart Tools gives you a number of tools that can be used for measurements.  Very handy for photography.
TeslaLED an improved torch app over the one that normally comes with the installed tool set.
HandyCalc is a terrific app for conversions and doing simple calculations.

You can also check out the following apps which you may or may not want to download depending upon your preferences:

Petrol Finder
National Trust
London Cycle
AA Parking
TV Guide

There’s a great number of apps out there and for the most part you will find that they are completely free. ┬áSome may offer you a free trial that is unlimited use but has limited features. We often don’t recommend that people use these as they are merely an advertisement and more often just get deleted than upgraded.


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