It’s always interesting to see what apps people use isn’t it? So I thought I’ll try and make monthly posts on a few apps which I’ve enjoyed using.
Cost: Free (optional in-game costs)
I really enjoy playing simulation games on my iPhone, since I usually play them when I’m travelling on the bus, and this game is super cute and addictive! You build stores and accommodation to get new people to your town, and placing them in a certain order can create combos which results in a “combo décor” or more profit.
There’s also quests that help you earn more coins or flooz (in-game paid currency) and there’s some quests that relate to the animals. You can also play pranks on your townfolk by tapping a bird flying overhead and causing the bird to poop on them There’s also loads of other stuff to do such as catching fish, collecting apples and coconuts, creating items to upgrade your stores. The in-game music is very pleasant to listen to
Downsides? It’s based on real time, so sometimes so take a long time to make items (such as 8 hours) and it may be hard to get flooz at first, but after you start completing quests (and making your friends join so you can get flooz when you visit them lol), it’s not that hard to collect them :starr
This app gets really addictive so make sure you don’t have an assignment coming up if you plan to play it!
Cost: Free (optional purchases)
If you’re a person like me who loves to express themselves with emoticons, then this app is perfect for you! You can use it to message people, call them, send photos etc. and if you want to add people, you can just give them your username – don’t have to give them your mobile number!
The best feature of this app are their stickers (emoticons) which are hilarious. I love using them to communicate with my friends since the stickers are so expressive There are a few default stickers sets to choose from, but you can also download more (though it’ll cost you money).
Language: Japanese only
This app isn’t useful unless you’re a member of Booklog (Japanese site where you can keep track of the books, comics, magazines etc that you read), but I love it because I can scan my media’s barcode with my phone and then add it to my virtual bookshelf It makes the process much quicker.
This is a cute app where you can add little labels to photos. I like using it to add them onto my instagram photos. There’s a different range of tape and fonts which you can choose from. and you can also pay to get different labels (which I think is worth it if you like the them and use the app often). I really love the label patterns and they’re very easy to add onto photos
Here are some of my examples: