While relocating can be an exhilarating experience, there’s always a bit of uncertainty and discomfort that comes along with moving to a new area. You’re in unfamiliar territory, and it’s natural to feel a bit “weird”. These five iPhone apps should help you get to know your new neighborhood a bit better, as well as help you feel more comfortable.
“Nextdoor is the free, private social network for you, your neighbors and community. It’s the easiest way to connect and talk with your neighbors about the things that matter in your neighborhood. When neighbors start talking, good things happen.”This item is no longer available. (id:522222232)
“At Weotta we’ve spent the past four years building an advanced search engine that delivers those moments of discovery. What’s going on this weekend? Where should we go for date night tomorrow evening? Is there a kid-friendly restaurant close to here that’s open right now? Ask Weotta — ask just like you’d ask your question out loud — and we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by search results that are likelier to deliver one of those magic moments than any product anyone else can offer today.”
“Never lose anything again. Sortly is the ultimate things-organizer app that makes it fun and easy to keep track of all of your physical things. Never waste time searching for anything again. Access your inventory from anywhere with our cloud service. ”
“Super Note helps you create notes very rapidly and make voice recordings during, as well as add photos. The notes are color coded so you can find them instantly and you can change the note color/category on the fly. You can also set future alert reminders on individual notes.”
“Every 25 seconds a violent crime occurs, many of which can be prevented. What if there was an app that had the capability to help prevent these crimes by using natural human behavior to notify emergency personnel to your exact location, while at the same time alerting your family and friends that you may be in danger? Prevention is precisely why LifeLine Response was created.”
- Nextdoor: Discovering the Actual Neighborhood You Live In (anewdomain.net)