In the previous blog post, we talked about the general benefits that smartphone apps bring to our lives. Here is a brief rundown:
- There is a great variety of apps out there, offering everything from entertainment to productivity at work
- There are many apps that can be operated without Wi-Fi (perfect for making decisions at the spur of the moment)
- Native apps are feature-rich, while 3rd party apps add to the diversity
Here, however, we will talk specifically about iOS apps. We will talk about some reasons why this platform is so popular, and then list down some of the best apps on iPhone and iPad for random decision-making.
While Apple products are technology products, they are known more for their sleek and minimalistic hardware design. Even when it comes to laptops, no one beats the signature Apple design, and more often than not, stylish laptops base their design on Apple products.
The iCloud may not be the most perfect cloud service, but syncs all iOS devices impressively. You don’t have to sync the devices every time you need them. Any time you pick them up, you will get the same, updated information on each.
Speaking of the integrated ecosystem, Apple makes problem resolution manageable. If there is any issue (such as Wi-Fi network not connecting), you need to do is get the problem fixed instead of worrying about compatibility.
Right from the time of the first Mac, Apple has instilled a culture of exclusivity in their customers, where using Apple products becomes a class in itself. Apple products are not marketed to mass markets, which is why they are able to charge high prices. Apple is something different, and customers love it.
Apple places great emphasis on its customer. Whenever you enter an Apple Store, you will find a friendly rep who will offer you individual help for as long as you need it without frowning or without charging you anything. Not to mention, each employee of Apple believes in the company and its products, and you can feel this conviction in every interaction.
So then, how will Apple help us make random decisions? Here are some fun apps that you can try:
The free iChoose app has been described as the ‘little metal button that knows your mind’. iChoose offers you a variety of methods to make a random decision, such as Yes/No, Coin Toss/Coin Flip, Card Choice, and Dice Roll.
Choose for Me
Though it costs $0.99, this app saves you from the stress of making a decision when someone puts you in a tight spot, like a wife that says ‘I don’t care, you pick’!
Finally, we have the Yes/No Free App which helps you make a yes or no choice using a simple tap.
Of course, our Random Decision Maker! App allows you to choose between 6 options at once. But in case you are stuck somewhere with nothing but your Apple device, then do use these apps to your benefit.