Five iPhone and Android free applications to download now and kill the boredom in quarantine.
We can relate … we are all incredibly bored. We are all desperate to find new things to do while we are quarantined at home. That’s where this list will (hopefully) come in handy. Here are five of my personal favorite applications, which are free and downloadable on iPhone and Android.
So without further ado, here are five apps to download now.
This app is billed as a “color by number game for adults” and that pretty much sums it up completely. I originally started this app to deal with anxiety and to wind down at the end of the night but it’s become one of my most favorite apps. There are new coloring sheets every day and, unlike other apps, it’s not riddled with annoying ads.
It has easy coloring and much harder so it’s good for all ages. It features Marvel, floral, Scooby-do, famous works of art, food and so much more.
Woody Block Puzzle
This one will suck you in and five hours later you’ll realize you are still playing. Frankly, that’s exactly what we need right now, right?
The app is billed as a “10×10 wooden jigsaw making your brain healthy for a happy life.” The goal is to build lines (which then disappear). If you fill-up the board or run out of empty spaces your round is over.
The best part — there’s no timer.
Special hint: This app works offline so if you want to avoid the ads, turn your phone on airplane mode and play without interruption.
Bricks n Ball
Here’s another time suck of an app and I can’t get enough. The app is described as a game where you “swipe and launch the balls to break the bricks… you must break as many balls as possible to get the highest scores and pass the levels.”
You’ll early daily “prizes” to help you achieve the goals and the game gets harder the longer you plat. I’ve been stuck on level 317 for a few weeks.
This is another app that works offline, so use the hint from above for no ads.
No better time to learn a new language than during a worldwide pandemic. Duolingo app helps you learn, in a fun way.
Here are a few of the languages you can learn:
- MANY MORE
I gotta be honest, my 13-year-old son begged me to include this game and I figure if he can play this game non-stop all day, so can you.