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9 Best Apps For Moms

9 Best Apps for Moms

Let’s be honest…we all rely pretty heavily on our phones, right? Facebook, texting, even occasionally making actual phone calls. Even better if it can help make our mom life a little bit easier! These are my favorite apps as a mom! I use just about every one of these every single day. Being a mom is a handful in itself, and I certainly welcome every bit of help I can get! (Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links.  If you purchase through my link, I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.)

9 Best Mobile Apps for Moms to Make #momlife just a little bit easier.

1.  Evernote

This app is great for keeping notes and to-do lists. I also use it to keep up with new recipes I want to try.

9 Best Mobile Apps for Moms to Make #momlife just a little bit easier.

2.  GroupMe

GroupMe is a group messaging app. When I moved across the country about 5 years ago, I downloaded this and set up a group chat for all my Arkansas besties. Over the years, many of us have moved to different states, and can’t catch up as often as we’d like. This is a great way for us to keep up with what is going on in everyone’s lives, without sending out 20 texts or making 20 phone calls every time something happens that we want to share.

9 Best Mobile Apps for Moms to Make #momlife just a little bit easier.

3.  Amazon

I do have to limit my Amazon app usage, because it’s sooooo easy to go crazy with it. Amazon has everything you’d ever want, and it’s right at your fingertips. I like to keep several wish lists going to keep track of gift ideas, or things we might need around the house. I also use it when I’m out shopping, just to see if what I’m eyeing is any cheaper on Amazon (which a lot of times it is).

9 Best Mobile Apps for Moms to Make #momlife just a little bit easier.

4.  Ibotta

This is one of my favorites! It’s basically a rebate app, that gives you money back when you buy certain items. You can cash out for a gift card, or get it back in cash through PayPal or Venmo. Whenever I’m going grocery shopping, I ALWAYS check out my Ibotta app first to see what rebates there are available. They’ve even started adding retail stores, and online options!

9 Best Mobile Apps for Moms to Make #momlife just a little bit easier.

5. Pinterest

I could get so lost on Pinterest, and it’s something I like to do when I get a few minutes of me time after the kiddos go to bed. Whether it’s how tos, fellow mom stories, or just looking at pretty clothes, I love it all!

9 Best Mobile Apps for Moms to Make #momlife just a little bit easier.

6. Letgo

We all have crap lying around the house that we need to get rid of. Letgo is a great way to advertise locally what you want to sell. OfferUp is another great selling app that I use. *Always be safe when meeting up with strangers. I usually meet in the Target parking lot near my house, and always during the day.

9 Best Mobile Apps for Moms to Make #momlife just a little bit easier.

7. Cartwheel

We all know that Target is a Mom Haven. There is a Starbucks when you walk in the door, and so many pretty things to look at! Cartwheel is basically a Target coupon app. Certain items will be listed at various percentages off, and when you check out, that discount comes right off your total! No need to redeem later, you get the savings immediately. I have saved hundreds of dollars with cartwheel on mostly things I would have bought anyways. I will admit, though, that I look through Cartwheel before shopping to see what deals there are that may interest me. I got some killer deals on toys at Christmas Time!

9 Best Mobile Apps for Moms to Make #momlife just a little bit easier.

8. Photofy

There are a million photo editing apps available, but Photofy is my favorite. You can easily make photo collages, use filters and borders, and also add text and decorations to your images. So fun!

9 Best Mobile Apps for Moms to Make #momlife just a little bit easier.

9. 1000 Books

I just found out about this recently. My aunt is a librarian, and she told me about this program called, “1000 Books Before Kindergarten.” It’s basically a way to keep track of all the books you and your little have read, and they get recognition for hitting certain milestones. I know 1000 sounds like a huge number, but it’s really not difficult to hit. You are probably already reading AT LEAST one book a night. It adds up quicker than you realize. Taking regular trips to the library helps to explore books you wouldn’t have found otherwise.


What are some must-have apps that you use regularly?

-8 Comments-

  • 2017-08-25 at 12:58 PM

    I love Evernote!! Especially for blogging. I can write done everything and have access to it anywhere! I recently created a cleaning schedule & blog schedule on Evernote.

  • 2017-08-25 at 1:02 PM

    I tried Evernote and couldn’t work it lol. But I love some of these other ones, Pinterest is a MUST.

    • 2017-08-29 at 8:06 AM
      Shawna

      Ha! Yeah, Evernote has a lot more features that I just can seem to grasp, but it’s great for the million lists I have going at all times!

  • 2017-08-25 at 1:45 PM

    This is an awesome list! I love Cartwheel and Ibotta! I’ve never heard of Letgo and the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten! Definitely gonna have to check those out!

  • 2017-08-26 at 1:47 AM

    Ok Pinterest is the obvious winner! Lol but really, this is a great list! I love Evernote! 🙂 Thank you for sharing, I’ll have to check out the others, especially the group messaging one!

  • 2017-08-26 at 7:42 AM

    I really have to limit my apps so I can store my thousands of pictures of my children on my phone 😉 LOL but I love ibotta and Pinterest. A little too much.

    • 2017-08-29 at 8:03 AM
      Shawna

      Ha! Yeah, I have over 10,000 pictures on my phone. iCloud saves me on that one!

  • 2017-08-26 at 12:58 PM

    1000 Books sounds like a great app! What a good idea! I have most of the other apps, very useful for moms!

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