Apps for lazy people: the best useful apps to save time

Apps for lazy people: the best useful apps to save time

The most useful apps for Android and iOS that all lazy people should have on their smartphones.

Lazy people are always looking for tools to save time so they can get on with other things. And we at Pigro know this very well!

Bill Gates’ famous phrase “I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it” is our mantra: we look for tools that help us get the maximum results with the minimum effort so that we can have more time and be more productive!

So we decided to share some useful apps that will save you time so that you can focus on activities that are more important to you.

Here are some fun apps that every lazy person should have!


1. Sedition (Android and iOS)



Don’t have time to visit a museum or gallery? Sedition, a kind of art gallery in smartphone format for viewing and buying digital artworks from the comfort of your couch, is here. 

Although, with the pandemic, we are increasingly accustomed to having the opportunity to enjoy events and exhibitions in digital format, until recently the art sector was still very much tied to the constraint of physicality and it was thought impossible to bring the aura of art directly to the home of visitors. One of the pioneers in this sense was Sedition, a platform created in 2011 by Harry Blain, an English collector and gallery owner.

In an interview with Digicult, the Sedition team talks about the idea behind the creation of the platform, bringing innovation to the art market: “The idea was to update the traditional ‘multiple’ art of woodcut and printmaking into modern media equivalent to limited edition digital editions, i.e. artworks created exclusively for screens and devices. As non-physical works, they offer a very accessible way for collectors to purchase art objects from some of the world’s best-known contemporary artists. These works are designed to be viewed exclusively in a digital context on any tablet, smartphone or TV.”


 2. Smart Closet (Android and iOS)


Do you always arrive late to work because you take too long choosing what to wear?

Among the time-saving apps, Smart Closet is essential. 

As the name implies, the goal is to make your closet smart, allowing you to decide what to wear without having to try on your entire wardrobe every morning.

The app allows you to upload all your garments in a virtual closet, cataloging them by occasion, color, price, and season with the possibility to create and “try on” combinations.

Also, thanks to the statistics, you can discover a lot of extra information such as which outfits you haven’t worn in a while.


3. Paragraphs (Web App)


Your boss has asked you to make a report and you already imagine having to spend hours between documents to find the information you need? Use Paragraphs. You can upload your documentation and interrogate it with simple questions. Once you find the information for your report, with one click you can add it to a new document.

It’s ideal for lazy people: the research phase and the creation of new content are combined, allowing you to save time and create a report with the information already in your knowledge base.


4. Water Reminder (Android and iOS)



Even remembering to drink can be difficult when you have so many things to do. Why struggle when an app can help you?

Thirst is the signal through which our body warns us that it is losing its water balance and, therefore, drinking only in this circumstance is not healthy.

Water Reminder reminds you to do so by sending notifications to your smartphone throughout the day until your daily needs have been met.


5. Die With Me (Android e iOS)



If you’re too lazy to plug your smartphone into the charger and want to do something fun before it shuts down, download “Die with me”.

The app only activates when the battery is at 5%, which is the pre-death phase, and allows you to chat with other people in the same situation as you.

The purpose is explained directly by the creators: “Die together in a chatroom on your way to offline peace”.

A fun app to talk to strangers and to emphasize that, sooner or later, we all have to die (including smartphones).


6. Sound Effects (Android e iOS)


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Do you ever find yourself, during a boring phone call, looking for an excuse to be able to hang up? 

Don’t waste your energy, there is an app that can help you do it. 

Sound Effects, in fact, provides you with a wide range of sounds from which you can choose to end the conversation by faking interference.

Metallic noises, modified voices, alarms, and more can help you hang up the phone whenever you want.


7. WeWard


If you’re too lazy to get up from the couch, here’s a good reason to do it: with WeWard the more you walk the more you earn!

This app, which already has more than 10 million users around the world, motivates you to walk every day in exchange for points convertible into cash, gifts or donations to charities.

Thanks to its eco-responsible approach, WeWard pursues Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN in the 2030 Agenda.

Try it to make your health, the environment and your wallet happy!


Lazy people, despite what people believe, are always looking to optimize their time, getting the maximum yield with the minimum effort.

With these tools you can avoid wasting energy and resources, devoting yourself to what you prefer. And at Pigro, we know what we’re talking about!


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