10 cool, free apps that will save you time and money

We know how frustrating it is to have to deal with annoying pop-up ads, but it can be really annoying when they’re annoying.

Thankfully, there are tons of free apps out there that will help you make your life a little easier.


Google Calendar: Google Calendar can be annoying.

It has a bunch of annoying features that can make your phone feel sluggish or even make it freeze.

But there’s a free version of Google Calendar that will let you do exactly that.


Instagram: Instagram is a great way to quickly keep up with your friends and family.

You can easily manage all your Instagram accounts and upload new photos, videos and GIFs all from your mobile phone.


Netflix: There are tons and tons of streaming services out there, but if you want to stream all of your favorite movies and TV shows to your phone, you need to get a VPN.

Netflix has a free account, but you’ll have to pay a monthly fee for premium.


Spotify: Spotify has been around since 2005 and has become one of the most popular streaming services around.

The free version allows you to listen to tracks without ads, add a song to your queue and access it from anywhere in the world.


Twitter: Twitter is a messaging app that allows you share tweets with your followers.

This free account lets you post your tweets from your phone to Twitter.


Google Voice: Google Voice is a voice-activated texting app that’s perfect for getting help with your phone’s basic tasks.

You don’t need a smartphone to use Google Voice, but Google Voice has a subscription plan.


YouTube: YouTube is one of those streaming video apps that can be incredibly addicting.

There are lots of YouTube videos available to watch, and if you have a subscription to YouTube, you can stream all your videos on your phone.


Dropbox: Dropbox lets you save your entire Dropbox folder on your desktop computer and send it to your mobile device.


Google Search: Google Search is a powerful search engine that’s available on most phones.

You’ll be able to access all the latest search terms and search engines that Google is using right now.


Dropbox Desktop: Dropbox Desktop is a desktop app that lets you create and manage your own personal Dropbox folder.

It’s a very handy app if you use a lot of Dropbox files.