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My Top 7 Apps: Leo MacLehose of MatchPint

Here we are, back with another Top 7 apps submission. Today we have Leo MacLehose, CEO of Matchpint. Here’s a bit more about Matchpint;

MatchPint connects sports fans, pubs, and brands.

Sports fans use MatchPint to find out which pubs in their area are showing specific sports events, while pubs have access to a content management system that allows them to organise, market, and measure the success of their sports offering.

Brands are able to leverage this relationship, and access highly targeted and engaged sports fans via branded content, in-pub promotions, and localised push notifications.

Leo uses a iPhone 5C. Let’s get cracking with his list…

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Trello: A brilliant and free project management tool, be it for work, or for organising your life. It’s a clean and seamless app with everything you need to stay on top of life or work projects.

Zomato: A refreshing take on a restaurant and bar finder, it’s got a sleek design, and it includes menus.

Flixster: Could be better designed, but a great place to keep up to date on new films. It includes Rotten Tomato’s ratings.

Skitch: Sketch tool for screen grabs, great for design annotation, and gives you a quick turnaround, let’s you work with designers remotely.

Tube Exits:Simple but brilliant, let’s you know where to stand on the platform on the London Underground in order to get off level with the exit at your destination.

Kidoikoi: Invaluable if you are going on a group holiday, and want to manage payments, it replaces the archaic kitty format.

YO: Ridiculous but strangely great, strip back human interaction to its simplest form, and this is what you get. Sometimes YO is all you need.

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Thanks to Leo for his list. I’ve just started to use Trello, so far so good! Tube exits is a must if you are in London a lot too.

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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