Here are 5 apps that will make you ought to make space for. These 5 apps will make your graduation years a little easier to survive.
1. Splitwise: Keep track of your shared expenses and balances with housemates, trips, groups, friends, and family. This app is the most convenient way out to settle pending bills and debts with your roommate, flatmates or college friends. It also comes with a feature to set and send reminders to pay back the money. It even calculates in case the transactions have cancelled out with each other. The most intriguing feature would perhaps be the ‘split’ function which comes with options like equally, percentage, share, etc.
2. Uber: Yes, DMRC is efficient and pocket-friendly but our humble metro has its limitations. This is where Uber comes to rescue. Fast and efficient service and with guaranteed customer satisfaction, this cab booking app is a life saver. They have good availability even at odd hours of the day. Uber has a good coverage of the NCR so you don’t have to worry about the location being too far away. They even have an auto service and bike service in selected metro cities.
3. LinkedIn: It enables you to network and to build your professional portfolio, but you can also go out into the world and look for a new job. It is also used by employers and recruiters who are looking for job candidates. The minimum age requirement is 16 years so it is perfect time for you to have a profile. It is essential to have a crisp and to-the-point headline. Those 120 characters are fundamental for creating a good first impression.
4. InShorts: it is crucial to keep yourself updated with what goes on around you. This is the app to keep your current affairs on track. This startup calls them “News In Short”. They have got an efficient team that curates and summarizes the news manually in the categories like business, technology, national, sports, and so on. InShorts provide news pieces in just 60 words for all you busy readers out there. It is brief and to the point and still manage to provide the crux of what is happening around you.
5. Internshala: College is just a constant struggle between how do I manage my academics and how do I earn money to finance my shenanigans. And more often than not, your college placement cell does not provide you paid internships or the kind of job that you are looking for. This is where Internshala comes to rescue. They provide a varied number of Internships in accordance to your requirements. You can create a detailed resume on the website. There is also a method of rating the applicant. More internships and a positive feedback will help you keep a better score. Higher your score/ rate, greater are your chances of getting good internships.
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