Having the Internet on your mobile device is wonderful because you can look up information about anything while you’re on the go. However, that doesn’t guarantee you’ll look smart to your friends. However, there are apps that can handle that task by giving you insider information about any topic. Take a look at these seven smartest apps that will make you the smartest person among your peers.
Top smartest apps that will revolutionize your life
This app lets you quickly and accurately identify songs as they play on the radio. So, you can impress your friends, and look like the smartest person in the room, by telling them the name of a new song and the artist before the radio announcer has a chance. Shazam is a fun app that is fully integrated with Pandora, Spotify, Facebook, and Twitter. Plus, new songs are added all the time.
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This app is a useful because it tells you what to do during a natural disaster. You’ll look like the smartest person in the room if you use this app to tell people directions to safe shelters and meeting places. The FEMA app also has emergency preparedness lists for all sorts of disasters, including earthquakes, tornadoes, fires, floods, hurricanes, blizzards, and more. It’s a must-have app for emergencies.
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The Night Sky
This app tells you about constellations, satellites, and anything else in the sky. All you have to do is hold it up to the night sky and your phone’s GPS and compass will create a detailed star chart. It uses a “red screen” mode so you don’t have to wait for your eyes to adjust to the screen, too. The Night Sky is a fun app that makes you look smart because you’ll be able to point out constellations to your friends, besides the Big Dipper.
This app lets you browse through famous art collections from around the world (its primary focus is on Western fine art). There are over 60,000 artworks featured within the app. Each piece of artwork includes detailed information about the artist and any pertinent information about the piece. If you’re talking about artwork, you can use the Art Authority app to show your friends similar pieces of artwork and look like the smartest person in the room. Additionally, you can use this app to purchase reproductions.
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This app lets you look through more than 500,000 synonyms to find the perfect word, no matter which situation you’re in. It makes you look like the smartest person in the room because you’re able to help someone find the word they are trying to think of. Plus, there are all sorts of other uses for Thesaurus Rex, such as when you’re writing papers or just want to sound smarter.
This app lets you speak in English and then have your words translated to almost any language. Then, you can say the translation back to someone in the same room. You’ll look super smart if you’re able to communicate with someone from a different country just with the use of your Google Translate app. It’s a great tool for when you’re travelling abroad and you have excellent international coverage.
This app lets you find the current score of almost any professional or semi-professional game in real-time. That way you can alert your friends when a game is close. Plus, you’ll look like the smartest person in the room if you can rattle off sports stats on almost any player. theScore app makes it easy to switch between any game and it loads quickly. There is also a built-in fantasy league for extra fun.
These are just a few helpful apps to help you look like the smartest person in the room. Thousands of new apps are added to the marketplace each day. You can find an app for almost anything, but these smartest apps promises to bring out that awesomeness in you!
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