In 2016, spring cleaning isn’t just for your home anymore. You’ve got people to unfollow, friends to delete and space to free up on your phone. And much like your closet, once your digital spring cleaning is done you’re going to want to fill your phone back up with new and fresh items.
We researched five apps that will not only help fill the space in your newly cleaned phone, but will help make your life a whole lot easier!
Following in the footsteps of her big sis Kim, Kylie Jenner has launched her very own app. But instead of being a fun, addictive game like the smash success Kim Kardashian Hollywood app is, Kylie (the app), doesn’t seem to be that intriguing. Even though it soared to the top of the Free Apps chart today (it’s free for seven days), surpassing Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram, the content offered doesn’t seem worth the $47.40 CAD yearly subscription rate. Here are six better ways to spend your money.
Posted by Celina Torrijos
Tagged apps, Kylie Jenner, Lifestyle
When I first heard about Tinder, I became instantly creeped out and confused. A handful of friends of mine were meeting man-boys from this app (and to my surprise, the majority of them didn’t end up being 40 year old men). Needless to say, when my Dani told me download it, I did. Maybe this is how I would find my one true luvvv?!?!
If you don’t know what Tinder is, it’s basically an app which connects you to “potential poetry inspiration” based on location and age preference. After hearing majority of my friends gush over the men of Tinder, and listening to #REALTIME #REALLIFE experiences…I downloaded it. (Sorry mom: I promise it was for research purposes only). read more…
If you haven’t heard about the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game, you’re probably smart and have a lot going on for you IRL. If you’re a curious sucker (like I was), it didn’t take much for the game to suck you in. Essentially, you are Kim K’s protege and you have to work your way up from the E-List by constantly doing shoots, shows, and tasks to gain fans. You also have to go on dates (which suck) and change your outfit all the time. Oh yeah, the game manages teaches you about the ~struggles of fame~ and how social media can make or break you…so #LIFETIPS.
FYI, I am finally an A-list celeb on the Kim Kardashian Game – which essentially says that I have no REAL life…but whatever. Since there are no legitimate skills involved in my latest endeavour (besides
dedication obsession and tapping your finger on tasks to finish them faster), take this as a warning: Before you buy into all of the hype around the game (please don’t spend real money), just KNOW that this game ruined my life and it will probably ruin yours, too. read more…
Posted by Fora Staff
Tagged apps, Games, Kim Kardashian, TECHNOLOGY