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5 Apps To Keep You Occupied During The 21 Day Lockdown

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Staying home for a long time can be a bit rough. There’s more to the lockdown than eating, sleeping and staring at the wall.

So how can we make the best of our time and use it to our advantage? Well, here are 5 cool apps that can soothe your nerves, distract you or even educate and train your mind.

  1. Netflix 
Netflix
Netflix

This platform provides a wide variety of familiar shows, films, documentaries, specials and original shows like the popular Queen Sono.

2. TikTok

Tik Tok
Tik Tok

If you haven’t tried this is the best time to do so. This video-sharing app caters for all sorts of fun. Create your own parodies, dance videos, join global challenges and catch up on what your favourite people are up during the lockdown.

3. YouTube

YouTube
YouTube

YouTube is full of great video content and incredible creators, with a good search feature, this app will also seek out other video creators similar to each other and list them on tabs for you to see what’s available, without the need to spend hours searching for them.

You are also able to watch livestreams as well, which ensures that you can log in, sit back and enjoy this apps’ great features.

4.Supercook

SuperCook
SuperCook

It takes 21 days to master a new habit,could cooking be one of the new ones after the 21 day lockdown?

Dinner has met its Match! Unlike other cooking apps, Supercook provides you with recipes tailored to your set of ingredients. You can simply speak into the app (using the microphone function) or start typing names of the ingredients you have into the app. It also has a suggest-as-you-type feature which quickens the process and just like that, you are a master chef.

5. Zoom 

Zoom
Zoom

If you work from home, you’ve probably heard about Zoom, one of the leading video conferencing software apps on the market.
It allows you to virtually interact with co-workers or employers when in-person meetings aren’t possible. This makes telecommuting seem much more human, as it helps you feel connected.

Zoom can also help you connect with your loved ones and keep you on the loop  regarding how you’re doing and vice versa.