If you’ve got a smart phone, you’ve gotta have apps. It’s a package deal.
If you’ve just gotten a smart phone and don’t know where to start, try some of these apps that enrich and entertain.
1. Daily Burn
Daily Burn is a must-have to help you reach your fitness goals. Whether you are into dance aerobics or kettle bells, there are 100 full-length workouts to keep your fitness routine interesting and varied.
2. Gas Buddy
Gas prices got you down? Gas Buddy can help you find the cheapest prices on gas.
OpenTable is a free app that lets you make reservations at hundreds of participating restaurants. Cut down on wait time with this handy app!
4. Redbox Instant
This app lets you stream movies directly to your phone for just $8 per month. In addition, you also get four DVD credits to spend at a RedBox kiosk. Movie night is back!
SoundHound is a must for music lovers. With just the touch of a button, this app can help you identify and discover original music.
6. The Weather Channel
This app is almost certainly a must-have. The Weather Channel gives you daily and weekly weather forecasts so you can plan your wardrobe and your daily activities. It also sends alerts to your phone in case of severe weather, such as a tornado watch or warning.
7. Yahoo! Sports
Sports fanatics will love this app. Personalized to your unique interests, you will get fast live scores, stats, standings and breaking sports-related news. This app is fast, in-depth, and simple to use.
Ziplist is your personal recipe keeper and grocery list. Make grocery shopping a breeze with an organized list complete with coupons and even synching to other devices.
If you’re a card-carrying Facebook addict, you’ve gotta have the Facebook app. Keep up with all those Bitstrips, funny cat pictures and crazy updates on your news feed wherever you go.
Dropbox makes it easy to share content between your cellular device and your computer. It’s quick and easy to use — often easier than the software your phone comes with.
Have some face time wherever you go with the Skype app. Instantly connect with friends and family for the next best thing to being together.
TonePad is a fun app that lets you create your own digital music. Save, edit and share your own musical creations.
If you love Twitter, this app will deliver tweets right to your phone.
Get information fast with Wikipanion. This app lets you access and explore Wikipedia from your phone — a world of knowledge in the palm of your hand.
If you’re not sure whether or not you would want to buy a Kindle, test drive some e-books with the free Kindle cell phone app. You can download and read thousands of e-books on your smart phone.
16. Around Me
This app uses your phone’s GPS and Google Maps to help you find interesting places by you, such as banks, stores, restaurants and more. It’s perfect for discovering new things in your home town or helping you find your way around unfamiliar surroundings.
17. RL Classic
If you’ve ever been annoyed by a lack of price tags when you’re shopping, RL Classic is the app for you. It scans bar codes so you can price-check while you shop.
18. Dragon Dictation
Dragon Dictation is for those times when you don’t feel like talking on the phone but your thumbs get tired of texting. It translates your speech into text with an almost every accuracy. Send text messages, update your to-do list or update your Facebook status without ever lifting a thumb.
19. Google Translate
Whether you’re going on vacation in a foreign country or just wanting to brush up on your Spanish, Google Translate can translate text in 64 different languages.
AppLuvr helps you find more apps you’ll love based on your personal preferences. No matter what you’re looking for, there’s an app for that!