There are thousands of apps that are designed to improve your life and make it less complicated.  However, choosing the best apps to organize your world can be very daunting, especially when many of them appear to solve the same problems (how many different fitness or file transfer apps could there possibly be?)

 

What if you just need to know the best lifestyle apps to download today?  Look no further because below we have carefully compiled for you some of the best apps to improve your life, starting today — some of which you might not have known you would need.

 

SleepBot (businessinsider.com)

1. SleepBot: SleepBot, which is available on iPhone and Android platforms, is perhaps one of the most useful tools in trying to good night’s rest.

 

By using the sounds and motions you make in your sleep, this sleep cycle app gently wakes you up during your lightest sleep, which in turn leaves you feeling more rested. You can get this app at the App Store or on Google Play for free.

 

 

 

Noisli App (theultralinx.com)

2. Noisli: As much as we would all love to listen to nature to reduce anxiety and stress, it is often not possible with a large to-do lists.

 

Here comes Noisli to the rescue; this app will help you relax while doing mindless or stressful activities such as work, commuting, cooking, or reading and when nature is out of reach.

 

 

 

The best part is that you can customize your sounds; for example, you can mix rain and wind sounds, or just experience the creek sound. Download it on iTunes for just 99 cents, or check out the web app.

 

 

Jelly App (gadgets.ndtv.com)

3. Jelly: At some point in our lives, we have all had a question we were unable to answer.  In some cases, we may have no idea where to go to begin searching for the answer. Jelly is an innovative app that uses location, people, maps, and pictures to help you field questions you may not know the answer to.

 

 

It is also a great way to truly explore a city, learn local favorites and really dive into the culture of a particular area. It is similar to an answer site, but beautifully designed and easier to use on the go. You can download it for free at the App Store or on Google Play.

 

 

CamDictionary (iphoneitalia.com)

4. CamDictionary: During your travels, have you found yourself fumbling through a translation dictionary to figure out what to order at a restaurant? Or perhaps which street to turn on? With CamDictionary, that awkwardness and embarrassment is now a thing of the past.

 

Simply take a picture of the sign or menu that you want translated, tap the word or sentence, and the app will translate it for you. The best part is, you do not have to input what language you think it is. This makes it a lot easier, and it detects languages very well. You can download CamDictionary today for 1.99 dollars on iTunes.

 

What do you think of these apps? Have you used them before? What did you think of them? Let me know in the comments below or tweet me @kateeb790!