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The Working Girl's Guide to Apps

Sep 7 2012 - 3:14am

Breathe — we found apps to help you keep up with your career-building Wonder Woman status. Balance everything from work, play, and monthly budgets with a few fast swipes of an app. Solutions for scouring a deal on the perfect blazer and saving time during your lunch break are right in your pocket, so pull out your smartphone and start downloading. Unfortunately, we haven't found an app to add more hours to the day, but these 10 apps should keep you going in the meantime.

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Use Dropbox [2] (free) to access important documents anywhere, anytime. No longer stress about forgetting important files, since they'll be right in your pocket.


Keep track of everything from work reminders to your weekly grocery list using Notablity [3] ($1), so nothing (like the dry cleaning) will go forgotten.


Starting a day without coffee can be brutal. Download the Starbucks app [4] (free) to find locations and the monetary status of your gold card.


With push-notifications on the latest designer sales, the Gilt app [5] (free) on your tablet or phone has you spending less to look like a million bucks in the office.


Finally there's an iOS-specific Gmail [6] (free) app. Use the app to keep your Google accounts organized.


If you're a big-city commuter, then an app like San Francisco's Transporter [7] (free) or a New York Subway app [8] ($1) helps easily navigate public transit.

My FitnessPal

With a busy schedule, it can be hard to stay on the healthy lifestyle track. Apps like My Fitness Pal [9] (free) guide you in making smart choices and setting fitness goals.


Mint [10] (free) helps you manage both your expected and unexpected finances by setting up budgets and savings goals so money will be less of a stress.

WhatsApp Messenger

Use WhatsApp [11] to communicate with friends and family all around the world without the worry of racking up texting fees.


Get the most out of your lunch break with GoPago [12] (free). Avoid lines by using the app to order lunch in advance and pay for your meal before even entering the restaurant.

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