It's time for a truly fascinating blog post now, one you're probably weeping at due to sheer excitement because it's just that incredible. That's right, it's time to look at my phone apps [gasps, extended applause, tearful shouting].
First of all, my background is a cute picture of Victor and his dog Maccachin from Yuri on Ice. That fluffy little dog makes me very happy, so it's nice to see him when I look at my phone. The first three apps up there are all for language practice. Anki is a brilliant flashcard programme which has lots of really good shared decks and great functionality for making your own. I currently use a Japanese Core 2000 deck, two decks for Korean sentences and vocabulary, and a deck I made myself for learning SHINee lyrics (currently just the Japanese ones).
The second app has one simple purpose, but I think I remember Hangul a bit better for writing it with my finger in this app. The third is Kanji Connect, an app where you have to build words with kanji. I thought I'd try a kanji app because I haven't really tried to learn any kanji for quite a while. It's pretty fun and I think making it like a connect-'em-up game helps kanji to stick in my mind. We'll see if I retain any of those kanji and words in the long term though.
Then I have the Play Books app because I like reading on my phone when I'm on the train, and you'll notice that my Instagram logo has been mysteriously replaced by the Android robot. I have no idea why.
Buzz Widget I basically have just so that I can have a clean and simple clock on my home page. I wanted an alternative to the default one on my phone. Then Rewards is a super simple app where you can get Google Play credit for doing really short surveys. I pretty much use that credit to buy books to read on my phone.
And that's it! Maybe I should download some cat-based apps...