Talking apps: If you love Frogger, you need to give this game a try

Talking apps: If you love Frogger, you need to give this game a try

This week’s working from home tips are all about reminders! We’ve got three apps available in your app store right now that should be on your radar while you’re staying safe at home.

First up, Drink Water. Drink Water is an app to help you take control over how much water you should be drinking during the day. Sometimes in an office setting, you’re used to the convenience of having a water cooler around. When you work from home, you might be drinking less because your routine isn’t around. The app sends a handy reminder to drink more water throughout the day, making sure you stay hydrated especially in these times. The basics on the app are free to use, but a subscription to unlock all the benefits is $19.99 a month.

Drink Water
Grabs from Drink Water app

Secondly, a big reminder to continue to help support local restaurants with the ease of an app. Right now several food delivery apps are offering free delivery options. A few apps to check out are Grubhub, 7 Now, Postmates, and Uber Eats. The waived delivery fees vary, so make sure you have your notifications on so you can always be alerted to which promotions are going on in each app.

Finally, Crossy Road. In these times, it’s important to also remind yourself to have some fun. There are plenty of gaming apps out there for your phone! My pick to pass the time right now is called Crossy Road… For those who love the game Frogger, it’s the perfect modern-day adaptation. Navigate the streets, level up, and try not to get hit! With several characters and scenes to choose from, you’ll have to problem passing the time with this addicting game.

Crossy Road
Scenes from Crossy Road, available in your app store

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