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Feeling Some General Quarantine Malaise? Then, Check Out These 3 Apps

While many of us are still stuck inside due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, technology has been our window into the world. It has allowed us to work from home, educate our children, and even stock up on groceries for the week. It has also given us the ability to keep ourselves entertained over the long-stretching months of malaise and boredom.

Face it, you cannot live life like you once did, at least not right now. As humans, we must do our part to adapt and protect others in the best ways we know-how. One way to do so is to keep abreast of the many entertaining apps on the modern smart device market. However, this can be overwhelming at times with the sheer amount of apps available. That’s why we’ve done the legwork for you, so without further ado, here are 3 apps that will help you cure your quarantine boredom.

Entertainment – TikTok

You don’t have to be in Generation-Z to realize how TikTok can become a great source of entertainment to aid you in your quarantine boredom. Over the past eight months, TikTok has grown in popularity substantially for this very reason, as creators from around the world have gathered to make and collaborate upon short videos of all types, whether it’d be viral dances, side-splitting comedy, or helpful DIYs. You can lurk all of this content for no cost, or even sign-up to make your own content to share.

Health & Wellness – Calm

There’s no doubt that pandemic has brought about a lot of inner turmoil. With COVID-19 persisting without any real end in sight, it’s become a stressful and uncertain time for many of us. That’s why this next app should not only help cure those lonely, empty hours usually spent outside of your home, but it should also help you to center yourself and ease your anxiety about this situation, in addition to life’s many ups and downs. After seven free days, the subscription to Calm is $69.99/a year – totally worth it!

Food & Drink – Food Network Kitchen

Being stuck in quarantine has allowed many of us to focus on special hobbies or skillsets that we wish to acquire, and one of those is most certainly cooking and/or baking. With the Food Network Kitchen app, you can improve your kitchen skills with step-by-step tutorials from your very favorite Food Network chefs. In addition to perfecting your craft, you’ll also be able to stream all of your favorite series and episodes for an initial free 60 days, until the $4.99/a month subscription kicks in!

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