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Have you ever wondered what stuff do geeks engage in? How do they spend their free time, and what mobile apps do they use? They are no different from us, but their choices can be a little peculiar and worthwhile. So, here’s a little sneak peek into five things you’ll find on a geek’s mobile phone:
1. Evernote Organizer And Planner
Ask the geeks what Evernote is to them. It’s not just another simple app available on the store – it’s an all in one mobile application that acts as a pocket notebook, a note-taker, to-do list, personal digital assistant, and so much more. It virtually stores everything you can imagine and seamlessly syncs between the phone, PC, or tablet.
2. Jigsaw Puzzles Mobile Game
What’s a geek’s mobile phone without a geeky game? Sudoku and Picross could be every geek’s favorite pastime, but the classic Jigsaw Puzzles are no less. It’s a great game to keep one occupied and entertained. Getting together the jumbled up pieces and unleashing the final image is fascinating yet soothing. You can find several versions of this game on the store, but not all of them have the same charm as this one. It’s a fully functional app – not a waste of time.
3. IP Tools Network Analyzer
This one’s an excellent tool that allows quick detection of network problems and while also boosting the performance. Within seconds, you’ll receive full information on your network, IP, SSID, broadcast address, geographical coordinates, gateway, WHOIS data, and more. It’s a must-have for IT experts and network administrators.
4. Poweramp Music Player
Focused on UI, audio engine, and navigation, this music player is an absolute treat to the eyes and ears. Since its release, the app’s been receiving massive recognition and positive reviews. Besides its huge range of equalizer customizations, you also have inbuilt presets, can edit Meta info, personalize album art and do so much more.
5. TripIt Travel Planner
TripIt is by far the best travel planner. Without any hassles, it keeps track of your itineraries and systematically organizes your trip details, all in one place. If you’re someone who flies in every few months, this app will come in handy. It also syncs your travel plans to the calendar and makes sure you don’t miss out on any information. Plus, it’s a great alternative to Google Trips.
We can go on and on, but here are our top five picks for this list. Having Jigsaw Puzzles and Evernote app on the phone would any day be our thing as well.
Let us know in the comments below if you use any of these mobile apps. You can also share with us any other apps that you or your geeky friends always use. We’d love to hear from you!