Prey tell, what are your favourite apps? We ask a group of inspiring women to share the apps that help them through their day.
OPRAH WINFREY, TV Personality and CEO of Harpo Productions
Oprah Winfrey is famous for her inspirational quotes but what about the apps that she uses?
Surround yourself with only people who are going to lift you higher.Oprah Winfrey
Well, Oprah says she loves using Fun and GamesBold Moves presented by OWN. She said: “It’s no secret that I love sharing quotes with my friends, and Bold Moves presented by OWN is a new game that allows you to do just that—but with a twist: You have to solve a puzzle to unlock the inspirational words. Free.” Free to downloadAvailable at: The App Store
I’m listening to podcasts. I discovered Marc Maron because he invited me onto his show and I just really loved chatting to him, and now I am addicted!
LUCY LIU, CO-Founder and President of Airwallex
What are your favourite apps and why?
Lucy Liu: As an avid traveller, most of my favourite apps are travel-related. Klook is an alternative travel app that I use to source and book adventures that are off the beaten track. Award Wallet is another app that I often use to track my frequent flier miles.
CARA DELEVIGNE – Model
Cara Delevigne says she loves Instagram. And it’s not surprising given she has 44.5 million followers from just over 4,000 posts. To help with her Insta account, she uses SocialNote Pro – a simple and clean app to write your quotes and post on Instagram. “Ideal for sharing words of wisdom, quotes, advice or just random ramblings to Instagram,” says Cara. British Vogue is another one of her favourite apps for its unrivalled coverage of fashion, beauty and culture .
“Just like the regular magazine but with extra video, shoot outtakes, and lots and lots of photos and goodness,” adds Cara.adds Cara.
CAROLINE DORAN, Chief Operating Office at Paykel Media
The podcast I regularly listen to is Eat, Work, Sleep, Repeat. It is a podcast about making work better. The host, Bruce Daisley interviews a range of psychologists and workplace experts. It gives a real insight into culture, what works, what doesn’t. Plus, simple everyday practices that help how we can improve working together.
TRINNY WOODALL, CEO at Trinny London
I love Mia Freeman from Mamamia because she’s a woman who is incredibly down to earth, realistic, full of joy and a serial entrepreneur, and I kind of respect women like that a lot.
My favourite beauty podcasts are from Jessica Matlin and Jennifer Goldstein, who do Fat Mascara which is produced in America, and I love that one too.