My Top 7 Apps: Peter Sells of Havas EHS

We’re back again with another Top 7 Apps submission and this time we have Peter Sells, Head of Mobile at Havas EHS. Here’s a bit more about Havas EHS;

Havas EHS, part of the Havas network, is a full service global agency, the sole global digital agency of record for Dove, Surf and more recently Dove Men+Care, with clients as diverse as Tesco Clubcard, E.ON and Volvo. Through our creative focus on innovation and digital initiative we have seen double digit growth in 2014, with new wins from, Viking Cruises and Heathrow plus new business from existing clients like TSB and Unilever, new awards for clients such as Pets at Home and easyjet and over 100 new hires across all disciplines. We are building on our data reputation with the launch of our new market-leading data and digital product tool in the UK and globally. Havas EHS is re-shaping its future at real pace, with real results.

Peter uses a iPhone 4 and a Nexus 5. Let’s take a look through his list…

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img0327 - Peter SellsCitymapper – Love it love it love it. For two reasons 1) it does what it promises delightfully and effectively 2) the text accompanying the regular updates makes me laugh. Refreshing for an app to communicate a bit of personality don’t you think?

Hailo – you’re either an Uber dude or Hailo chap. I’m the latter. I prefer black cab chat I think. And Black cabs can use bus lanes – think about it people.

Spotify – has fundamentally changed my relationship with music and my attitude to ‘ownership’. Spotify premium is like an all-you-can-eat music buffet without the nausea.

Facetime/Skype – anything that allows me to see my kids when work doesn’t has got to be in this list right? Should be no. 1

Evernote – like a digital bag I can chuck bits and bobs in and read later on my convenience. Sorry at my convenience.

Google voice search – Accurate, faster than typing and you look like a berk. Just pretend you’re talking to someone.

Dark Sky – better than Michael Fish. I get a peculiar thrill when a notification tells me it’s going to rain in 15 mins for 45 mins – and it does. The only time I am confident about what will happen in the future. That and Spurs not making top 4 again this season.

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Thanks to Peter for his list, I’m a big Evernote user so I know the value of that one. I think I should download Dark Sky as I have too often been caught without a coat or umbrella in a downpour!

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By Sarah

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

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