Seven Apps to keep your life running ‘normally’ during quarantine

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Staying home is a necessary step to fight COVID-19, but all that alone time can be taxing.

There are plenty of apps that will help make life feel a little like it used to. Whether you want something practical or just a fun way to pass the time. Here are seven apps.

1. Houseparty

 

you can hang out over the internet. With Houseparty, you can video chat with up to 8 people at once, providing some much-needed social interaction.

Houseparty will notify you whenever a friend is online, so there’s no need for planning.

 

2. Aaptiv

 

With social distancing regulations in place, you may not be able to go to the gym anymore. You don’t need a gym to get a good workout in, though. If you want to stay fit during quarantine life.

Aaptiv is a fitness app where you can customize workouts according to your resources and goals. The instructions are all audio-based, too, so you don’t need to look at your phone.

 

3. Houzz

 

You may want to redecorate your home in your spare time. Thankfully, augmented reality (AR) is a growing trend in mobile retail.

so you can see what certain furniture would look like in your home. Houzz is an extensive, app that lets you do just that.

 

The app even has features that work with Amazon.

 

4. Google Arts & Culture

 

Google Arts & Culture made a splash earlier with its viral Art selfie feature.

The app lets you explore museums and landmarks from the comfort of your couch. You can take a virtual tour of your favorite local gallery or see sights from around the world.

 

5. DoorDash

 

While in quarantine, you may miss going out to your favorite local restaurants. You may not be able to eat there, but you can still enjoy their food from home.

The service is available in most major cities and delivers virtually anything.

 

6. Instacart

 

Going out to the grocery store can be a daunting task right now. If you want to get groceries more regularly but don’t want to go out, you can use Instacart. You can get your order delivered to the home, within one hour of the order placed.

 

Instacart works in hundreds of cities and with numerous grocery stores. It is available on the Playstore and App store.

 

7. Tabletopia

 

Boardgame nights may seem like a thing of the past in quarantine life. While you can’t get together to play tabletop games with your friends in person, you can do it virtually game mode in Tabletopia App.

 

Tabletopia on the App Store

 

You can play some games for free, with two additional levels available for a one-time fee.

 

 

These are the apps, which with you can pass the quarantine time with family, and friends. Without leaving your home, in this pandemic situation. It is advised to stay at home and be safe. Let’s hope this situation will end soon, and things to get back to normal like those days.