There’s an App for That Vol. 3

I’m tired of having to pay for things to do during spring break, instead I look for new apps that supply fun and affordable entertainment for those days when you don’t know what to do with yourself. Replace those trips to the mall and go on a hike or go to your local pool and just have some fun with friends or family.Geocaching

Geocaching- This app is nothing new and in fact has been around for about 13 years. The idea of Geocaching is to go searching for things on a GPS map and locate hidden objects. Objects can be found when hiking in the woods, the trinkets can be found in a box and may include things like stuffed animals or bracelets. If you decide to choose one to keep, you have to replace your findings of equal value. The app is a little on the pricey side, settling at 10 dollars but it is worth it to have great memories of your adventures.

Instead of wasting your time and money looking for expensive cameras or GPS devices, look for applicable ways to save your money and use an app.

RoadninjaRoadNinja- For those of you hitting the road during spring break, this is an absolute necessity to have when traveling. If you are going into an unknown area and have no idea what to eat or when the next bathroom stop will be, RoadNinja is for you. Have a safe trip by directing your driver where to go. Tell them when the next exit will be, compare gas prices at upcoming gas stations, or locate where the best food special will be. This helpful app will direct your entire trip for free.

HipstHipstamaticamatic- A very hipster and professional way to make your photos come to life. These digital effects will make your photos you took on your phone look like they came straight out of a professional studio. Capture your memories with this very inexpensive app and make your photos look irresistible.

 

About Julia Mendez

Sophomore Julia Mendez enjoys reading, writing, and watching movies. She is also a flute player in the Reagan Marching Band. She likes to travel and experience new things, including writing for the Recorder. You can reach her at juliam8008@gmail.com

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