5 Useful Apps
Get the Most Out of Your Smartphone
As smartphones have become one of the most popular gadgets in the world, their apps are proving to play major roles in our lives. To help you get the most out of your smartphone, we have provided a list of some of the most useful apps to use, if you are living in Ireland.
DoneDeal has been a popular Irish website for many years and now they have expanded in the shape of an app. The DoneDeal app allows users to buy and sell more or less anything they want at the click of a button. Whether you are buying or selling a new car, clothes or even just looking for a decent bargain, the DoneDeal app will give you everything you need.
JustEat is currently Ireland’s largest takeaway site. Their user friendly app allows users to order food – for delivery or collection - from over 1,700 takeaway restaurants across the country. There are three easy steps to making an order:
1. Select your area
2. Choose your restaurant and meal
3. Choose to pay by cash or card
Real Time Ireland
The Real Time Ireland app is the only app that provides real time departure information for Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann, DART, Iarnród Éireann & Luas services. With a range of features such as route planners, reminders and a navigation map this app can prove useful to most public transport users, particularly in Dublin.
MapAlerter is an alert service for people living in Ireland who want to be kept up to date with local events. The app allows you to submit locations where you would like to be alerted i.e. your home address. This service is used by a number of Irish Councils and provides information and alerts on water services, floods, road closures, severe weather warnings and community news.
Looking for the cheapest price on fuel? The Pumps.ie app is a quick and easy way to receive the best prices for petrol and diesel throughout the country. What’s more, you can also update your local fuel prices within the app to help other users get the best bargain.
We hope that these apps prove useful and give you the information you need. However, if your phone was stolen, lost or broke and you weren’t covered, these apps would be useless. That is why we recommend that you take out gadget insurance, which starts from as low as €5.99 a month. Get a quick quote with us today and see how much you can save.