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PulseTV Lifestyle Top Apps To Get You Through 2014

With loads of apps available for smartphones, here are 4 apps that will be extremely useful for you this year.

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Nowadays there is an 'app' for about everything and the the tech world is overwhelmed with dozens of apps coming out everyweek. Not to get choked by all the apps out there, select those that are absolutely necessary for your day to day life and emergency situations as well.

These 4 apps will serve you well this year:

  1.  Lyft:  Is an app service that provides cab services. If you need a ride somewhere, simply click on the app and find a driver in your proximity. You can see their name, pictures of them and their car, and their driver rating given by previous passengers. Lyft is a cashless system, so you pay your fare via the credit card. The app is freee and compatible with Iphones and Android phones.
  2. Hotel Tonight :  Hotel Tonight is the app to turn to if you have impromptu trips and need a room for the night. Hotel Tonight works with hotels that have empty rooms, who then list the rooms on their app at discounted prices
  3. Pocket : This app helps you save videos and articles you want to revisit later. It stores articles, videos, and other content online that you’d like to explore. Pocket works on Android and Apple phones, tablets, and computers, so you can save something on your phone, but read it later on your laptop.
  4. Cloze : Is the genius app that integrates all of your social media accounts into one – Facebook, Twitter, Email, and even LinkedIn. it saves you the time from checking different websites. Cloze organizes your contacts by who you speak with most, not who you spoke to last.The downside however is that the app is only available to Iphone users.
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