Three New Apps To Add Hours To Your Week

Finding the elusive work/life balance can be a little like searching for something that exists only in theory. But it is out there, and with no shortage of helpful apps available to aid you in your quest, it can actually be attainable.

That said, here are three apps that can help you get the most out of each day, both in work and in life. Moreover, the time saved will help ease the stress and help you concentrate on other things.

1. Shyp

It’s never more fitting to mention Shyp than during the holiday season – even if Shyp encompasses much more than that. That’s because anyone who has dealt with post office crowds at this time of year can save time, stress and money thanks to Shyp.

What is it? In short, Shyp will come to you, pick up your items, and pack them and ship them anywhere in the world while using the most reliable, cheapest option available. Talk about taking the hassle out of gift-giving.

But there’s more:

*For starters, Shyp’s couriers will arrive at your office or desk within 20 minutes of being notified.

*Instead of using shipping addresses, Shyp’s customers get usernames instead. Those usernames are then synced with addresses and shipping preferences. In turn, that tackles the problem of not being home to receive a package and having to go off-site to get it. Instead, it can be delivered to wherever you are.

How It Works

Open the Shyp app, take a photo of the item you want shipped, and a courier will arrive to pick it up – for only $5. The package is then taken to a warehouse where the postage fee is determined.

2. Pocket

If you’re like a lot of people, you’ve probably had your productive time hijacked by an interesting article that keeps you engrossed for far too long. If the Internet is an ever-tempting distraction and you have a long list of articles to get through, then Pocket will come to the rescue.

How does it work? Put simply, you can save content and view it later with Pocket. You don’t even need to be online to view it, because Pocket downloads the articles (and videos) so you can view them anywhere later during your spare time – without a Wi-Fi connection.

3. LucyPhone

Getting put on hold while waiting for a customer service rep is about as much fun as standing at line in the post office as you wait to ship your package. Enter LucyPhone.

You can either choose from the app’s mega-list of companies or enter the company’s number and it will call it for you. If you’re put on hold, press ** and the app will take over the agonizing task of being on hold. When an agent becomes available, you’ll get a call back telling you so.

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