Friday app roundup: ancient cities and cheap gas

Welcome to the weekend friends, today we’really going to cut straight to the chase. This week’so app roundup includes: an app that helps you save on gas; an app that let’s you explore ancient Jerusalem; a more kid-friendly YouTube ; and app that aims to improve women’s health.

App: GasBuddy

OS: iOS

What is it? This is an essential app for every car owner. You can use it to find the cheapest gas in your area.You can also use it to calculate gas costs on road trips so it can be split equally among passengers. It’seems the perfect practical app that can save you some cash if you’re lucky.

Best review quote: GasBuddy is an essential app for anyone who drives a car. The app uses your location to find the nearest gas stations and shows you their prices right now, as reported by other GasBuddy users. You can filter out stations if you need specific fuel, like diesel or E85, see cash and card prices, and see results in a list or map view. If you sign up for a GasBuddy account, you can also submit your own price findings and earn points to compete on the GasBuddy leaderboards.

Get it now: for your iPhone or iPad.

App: Ancient Jerusalem in VR

OS: Android

What is it? Explore the wonders of ancient Jerusalem from the comfort of your couch. This immersion app, offers an educational look at one of the great cities of the past. See Jerusalem as it was seen by the people who built it. As the title suggests, this app is designed to be used with a VR headset.

Best review quote: Explore the Western Wall and surrounding city of Jerusalem as it looked 2,000 years ago. Every detail has been thoroughly researched to ensure archaeological accuracy. Experience this wonder of the ancient world – download now! Please note that a VR headset is required for the experience.

Get it now: for your Android.

App: YouTube Kids TV

OS: Android

What is it? YouTube has strict content guidelines, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s kid-friendly. That’said where YouTube Kids TV comes in. It offers a safer, more age appropriate version of YouTube, just for kids. It can definitely offer parents peace of mind.

Best review quote:  The official YouTube Kids app is designed for curious little minds. This is a delightfully simple (and free!) app, where kids can discover videos, channels and playlists they love. We work hard to offer a safer YouTube experience, but no automated system is perfect. If you ever find a video you’re concerned about, please flag it. This helps make YouTube Kids better for everyone.

Get it now: for your Android.

App: myWanda

OS: iOS

What us it? This app is designed to help women stay healthy and active. It offers a variety of resources to help you achieve your fitness goals. It also has intesterecting articles and inspirational messages to help you stay motivsted.

Best review quote: Providing resources and guidance for exercise, nutrition, sleep, stress, and hydration, the myWanda app seeks to help women remain healthy. This handy tool provides you with encouragement each day to keep you on the path to good health.

Get it now: for your iPhone or iPad.

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