If you ever wonder about the various apps I post about on this Blog – generally Sundays – they are usually apps I use already or have begun to use. The one I posted about today is called Lift, which is a relatively new app for the iPhone. I have just started to use it today and it looks a fairly easy one to use and it could be quite useful.
To start with I am tracking my multivitamin taking. I decided to start taking these as an added preventative for the flu and cold sores (which as you know I seem to have a lot of lately), as well as a general top up for my dietary intake. Each day I simply check off on the app that I have taken the multi and the app continues to track my progress on developing this habit and keeps statistics.
If I like what it does with the multivitamin tracking I’ll probably start to use the app for other purposes also.
Bookcrossing is a social network that I have an account with. It is a community for booklovers and booksharers. Basically Bookcrossing comes down to labeling a book (having registered it online with Bookcrossing), sharing a book (by leaving it in a public place somewhere which has been logged at Bookcrossing) and then tracking that book online as it continues to be shared in the Bookcrossing way. This can be a great way to get rid of those books you no longer need or want and passing them on to others.