- Location Tracker Apps
Sad to think that women don’t feel secure enough to wander the streets at any hour of the day or night. According to a CNN Philippines report, the PNP in the Philippines recorded a total of 149 crimes against female students nationwide between July 1 and August 31, 2022. According to the police organization, rape is a factor in most of these cases, most of which took place in Metro Manila.
It may not be shocking to hear this, but having a phone app to monitor your battery level and location is always a smart move to make when you’re out and about. In this case, a location-sharing app called Life360 is used with place alerts, one-tap directions, and even a driver report.
Although other apps can have the same impact, Life360 is one that the majority of Filipinos are familiar with, so it is preferable to begin with well-known one.
- Know your Cycle with a Period Tracker
Sex education is no longer taboo; use these period tracker apps to learn how to manage your monthly cycle and vaginal health better. Depending on your needs, choose from a wide range of apps. While Clue also provides access to articles to learn more about your body, the Flo App offers professional advice directly from the app.
- Color Analysis App
Morena or Mestiza, color analysis for your outfits and makeup is always good to know. With the popularity of the famous Korean Color Analysis appointments in the media, did you know you can also see which colors you would look best in using an app? You can use the My Best Colors app to see what colors, from shirts to makeup, complement your skin tone the best, making future shopping trips easier.
- Foodie and health-conscious at the same time?
If you enjoy cooking for yourself or for the family, figuring out what the ulam will be for today may be difficult, but making it healthier will be much more challenging, won’t it? Here is the Rebel App for you, then. With the Rebel Eats feature, you can search for the desired ulam on the app based on your preferences and what’s in your refrigerator, depending on your budget.
- Stay calm, and vent your stress.
Gone are the days when Filipinas did not value their mental health. With the EMMO app’s adorable templates, you can keep track of your mood and express your struggles with living as a Filipina in the modern world. You should also unwind, use the Calm app to help you do so with its calming music options and activities, and put your worries out of your mind. Remember, out of sight, out of mind!
- BONUS: For the Fashionistas
Can’t decide what to wear to your boss-girl moment at work tomorrow? Try out an app that allows you to plan out your wardrobe digitally! Create your weekly outfits on the Whering app by snapping a photo of your clothing in your closet.
Reward yourself for your bravery and achievements this Women’s Month and every SINGLE day! Matibay ka Filipina, you deserve to look good, be safe, and live happily.
Happy Women’s Month!