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My Top 7 Apps: Rohith Bhat from Robosoft Technologies

It’s time for some midweek apps! This Top 7 apps submission comes from Rohith Bhat, CEO at Robosoft Technologies.

Robosoft Technologies helps businesses plan, design and build mobile apps. We work with many globally acclaimed brands and have built over 1400 apps, including those for Viacom18, NDTV, Disney, Pearson and more. We also have our own IPs through @GlobalDelight and @99Games.

Rohith uses a iPhone 5s and you can follow him on twitter – @rohithbhat. Let’s have a look through his list…

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RohithDay One Journal: One of the best journaling apps out there – this is great for recording your day to day activities, places visited, thoughts…anything! Love its cross device compatibility and design.

Mustbin: Great for storing credit cards, IDs and other documents securely. Better than noting your ATM pin in your Notes app!

ReadQuick: With ‘read later’ services we tend to mark everything for reading later. Articles pile up and we are pressed for time. ReadQuick integrates with Pocket and enables speed reading.

1Password: This is great for remembering all the truck loads of login passwords across sites & domains. TouchID integration makes it even better

7 Little Words: Lovely game which makes you think and tests your trivia and general knowledge too

Techblock: Yes, news apps are dime a dozen but this one curates interesting tech articles and presents it well

Longform: Great source of long form articles from The Verge to The Atlantic.

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Thanks to Rohith for his list. There’s a couple of new ones for me to try here!

If you’d like to contribute your Top 7 Apps or if you are the PR representing someone you’d like to see featured, everything you need to know about participating is right here.

By Sarah

Sarah manages the Top 7 Apps submission series on Mobile Industry Review.

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