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Apps to Use and Love this Week

 

 

 

I love my apps.

No, you don’t understand.  I LOVE MY APPS.

They make my life easier, I’m more productive…and they are FUN.

Just straight up fun.

And because you’re awesome, I’m sharing with you some of my favorite new iPhone apps every week.

This week the best iPhone apps are (drumroll, please) My Pantone, Om Nom, Red Stamp, Reward Volunteers, SnapGuide, Substitutions.

Seriously, what are you waiting for? Get downloading!

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  • Colors without the bulky fan 1 of 6
    Colors without the bulky fan
    myPantone lets you create and share color palettes without lugging around those old-school fan decks.
  • Ruh roh. Fido ate an apple. 2 of 6
    Ruh roh. Fido ate an apple.
    Is it okay? Om nom knows. Never feed your dog people food without checking Om Nom first.
  • Red stamp of approval. 3 of 6
    Red stamp of approval.
    Red Stamp is a fun app that lets you personalize a photo and then instantly share via email, text, tweet, Facebook, Instagram...even snail mail.
  • Reward volunteers. 4 of 6
    Reward volunteers.
    This apps gives rewards to volunteers, and lets them earn rewards for their organizations. That's why they call it Reward Volunteers.
  • Oh, snap! Snapguide. Make your own guides. Brilliant! 5 of 6
    Oh, snap! Snapguide. Make your own guides. Brilliant!
    Snapguide is an app that lets you create, share, and discover how-to guides for whatever your heart desires.
  • You know when you are cooking… 6 of 6
    You know when you are cooking...
    ...and realize you are missing a key ingredient? Substitutions to the rescue! Find substitutions for all your cooking needs.

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