This video-based meetings app offers
a simple way to collaborate and communicate with your colleagues – even in
great numbers. One of the best features of Zoom is the ability to set a custom
If you work during lockdowns and
can’t finde time to read, you may find this app really helpful. The app has a
massive library of audiobooks narrated by authors, actors and voice artists.
MasterClass is a unique learning app
that offers lessons from leading experts in their fields, from cooking and
acting to economics and physics. The focus here is on quality and celebrity,
but each expert is well-supported with digestible lessons featuring a clear
goal and excellent camerawork.
Have you heard of the 'pomodoro technique'? In
simple terms, it divides your day into 25-minute parts. Within every 'pomodoro'
you accomplish a simple task and between every part you have a break. This app
uses the same logic and it helps you to finish your chores, tasks, work or
Learning a new language is one of the
most rewarding ways to improve yourself, but it does take time and commitment
to succeed. While you’re in lockdown and have the time, why don’t you start
This app makes it easy
to hang out with friends online. As well as simple group video calls, the app
also includes a selection of fun party games which are a nice way to pass the
time once you’ve run out of things to say.
Down Dog is a yoga app, one of
several apps that have become free recently to allow people to retain their
fitness in self-isolation. You can select the length of your session, the style
of yoga that you’re interested in and the areas of your body you want to train.
8. Home Workout:
This app provides daily workout
routines for all your main muscle groups. With just a few minutes each day, you
can build muscles and maintain fitness at home. There is no equipment or coach
needed; all exercises can be performed with just your body weight.
Being at home is no excuse to not
exercise, and the Nike Training Club app offers many free workouts at varying
skill levels to keep you active.
TikTok was avaliable
before lockdown, but it has scaled up massively during quarantine. Users on the app make and share videos up to 15 seconds long,
often of them dancing, singing or doing challenges where they have to do