We can confidently say our phone screen time monitoring has increased significantly over the last month – and we bet yours has too. This week, we’ve gathered up our team’s favorite mobile apps for some new recs to keep you occupied, informed, and productive while you scroll. Keep these recommendations in mind next time you head to the app store!
1. For photo editing: GH team member Zach loves Snapseed Snapseed is a complete and professional photo editor developed by Google, allowing you to tune any effect with precision and adjust with pro-level tools.
2. For an all-in-one tool for podcasts: Reed loves Pocket Casts Pocket Casts is the world’s most powerful podcast platform – an app by listeners, for listeners. Find your next obsession with hand-curated podcast recommendations for easy discovery, and seamlessly enjoy your favorite shows without the hassle of subscribing.
3. For monitoring the forecast: Dave loves OpenSnow and Abe loves Colorado Avalanche Information Center The OpenSnow app provides access to the best snow forecasts, snow reports, and live cams for over 2,000 mountain locations across the United States, Canada, Japan, and Europe. Plus, extra features include trail maps, custom alerts, graphs and analysis, and more! Truly a must for any skier.
Download the CAIC app to view up to date avalanche forecasts for mountain zones across Colorado including the forecast summary, forecast discussion, current avalanche problems, and the zone weather forecast.
4. For listening to anything and everything: Sal loves TuneIn Radio Featuring the world’s largest library of audio at your fingertips, TuneIn brings together live sports, music, news, podcasts and AM & FM radio from around the world in one free app.
5. For playing with friends: we all love Catan Universe Even if we can’t get together for board game night, Catan Universe lets you play your favorite game CATAN anytime and anywhere: the original board game, the card game, and the expansions all in one app!
6. For stargazing: Julie loves Sky Guide This mind-blowing app lets you look into space from the palm of your hand. Is it a star or the planet Mars? Knowing what’s up in your night sky is now effortless – just hold your iPhone or iPad up in your backyard, on your dog walk, or even inside your house. You’ve gotta try this out – learn the constellations and satellites in no time