Posted on March 19, 2014
Find Snapchat stupid? Tired of Tinder? Then it’s time to refresh your phone with some of us Topshop girls’ favourite apps. From organising your schedule to creating LOL moments with your mates, these five will change your life for the better!
We’ve all been there – you catch sight of the perfect outfit in the street but they’re too far away, and you’re too shy to approach. Or you’ve seen a FROW-er in a coat you need, but you can’t find said coat’s whereabouts for love nor money. ASAP54 lets you snap things you love and matches items to your picture. You can see what others are snapping too. Love it.
Most people have a recurring dream they remember, but imagine if you had an actual record of that dream, in visual form. Well, now you don’t have to imagine, and thanks to our new favourite app Dreame, your dreams can become a reality! All you have to do is pick one of Dreame’s amazing illustrators, send off an account of your dream and you’ll receive a beautiful personalised drawing depicting your reverie.
Instamoji has joined forces with our fave HBO series Girls, so that you can customise your photos with iconic imagery from the show. Download the free app to style your selfies with Hannah’s infamous yellow string vest, add her Birthday B*** trucker hat to a card for your bezzie, or give your Granny a makeover with Shoshanna’s elaborate topknot – something Lena Dunham actually did to her own Grandma. Priceless.
Whether it’s reminding your flatmate that you need to buy milk, or effectively managing your own business, we can’t get enough of Wunderlist. Useable across all platforms and sharable with friends, family and colleagues, the team behind this app (pictured above) allow you to manage and create multiple to-do lists. If you haven’t got it, get it now.
With special ‘rapification’ Smule’s Autorap will bring out the rap star in even the most unlikely rapper. All you have to do is record a voice-over and AutoRap will ‘rap it up.’ You can choose from standardised backing beats or known ditties from the likes of Azealia Banks or Jay Z. It’s an interesting one – how else could we hear our weekly shopping list to the tune of ’99 Problems’?