There’s an app for everything. Don’t believe me? Check out this list.
- Grilltime, $1.99 – It provides detailed instructions and tips and lets you set specific timers so you can keep tabs on when it’s time to flip the burgers, and how long you’ll need for that perfect medium rare steak.
- Mobile Passport, free – U.S. and Canadian citizens can bypass the longest lines at many of the country’s biggest airports with this app that allows you to fill out your customs declaration forms before you arrive and, most importantly, gets you to an expedited line. It’s not available at every international airport in the U.S. yet, but many of the biggest ones — including San Francisco, Atlanta, Newark, JFK and Denver — are already using it and more locations are on the way.
- PackPoint, free – The app suggests a packing list based on the weather at your destination, how long you’ll be gone, and what you plan to do while you’re there. You can customize it by adding and/or removing items and you can save lists for your next trip.
- UVLens, free – This handy app provides up to the minute forecasts that tells you how much skin-damaging ultraviolet light is likely to be at any given location on an hour by hour basis so you can see when the risk is most high. It also helps you learn more about your skin type and evaluates how likely you are to burn based on the day’s forecast.
- Radio.com, free – Take WOMC to the beach, to the pool, or to the room in your house where the air conditioning works the best. We’ve got the greatest hits and tickets to the best concerts all summer long!