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  1. sullencab

    sullencab Well-Known Member
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    I read an article about must-have apps for spring. I don't really have some kind in particular. Do you do this as well. Like have some applications for maybe activities you do in springtime?

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  2. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    Quite frankly I don't think there's really any "must-have" apps for spring, than there are for any other season. The only thing that comes to mind is maybe travel apps, like Trip Advisor, for if one is wanting to book a spring or summer holiday, depending on where you are and not subject to lockdowns of course.
  3. I agree with @mikedt .
    I don't think there are any must-have spring apps.
    In fact, I don't think there are ANY "must-have" apps at all. At least not generally speaking.
    Apps are a matter of personal preference.
    Just because I can't live without a certain app, doesn't mean everyone "must have" that app too, you know ;)
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  4. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    checkout some AR (Augmented Reality) apps like Pokemon Go. there are some cool fun ones where you can take photos and add in some augemented reality to make some interesting photos and stuff.

    pretty much anything to get you outside i guess would be good for spring time apps. so yes hiking apps, photography apps and such would be the way to go.

    which one? i have no idea. but those apps should be easy enough to research in the play store or on the web.
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  5. GrouchoM

    GrouchoM Android Enthusiast

    WeatherBug will help with pollens/allergens and spring thunder storms...
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  6. sullencab

    sullencab Well-Known Member
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    Thank you all! I guess that's what I meant. And you're right, it depends on preferences. I was just carried away by my boredom, thinking people might be busy with something I do not know of any more. Weatherbug is a useful app, thanks.

    Trip Advisor is a good one, though I'm not sure I'll be traveling soon (I really hope so).

    I heard about pokemon go, but I never really tried it. I'm gonna give it a shot then.
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  7. sullencab

    sullencab Well-Known Member
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