Top 5 Apps for Summer

Top 5 Apps for Summer


The Celcius weather app provides an enhanced and highly detailed weather forecast, so you won’t need to worry about getting caught in those inevitable summer showers. When you open the app, it updates itself according to your location; for detailed daily insights, simply tap on a specific day.

Celcius provides a range of information such as wind direction and cloud coverage. When you’re travelling in the summer, simply add a new location in to the app to receive a forecast.

Weber’s On The Grill

Let’s face it, summer doesn’t really feel like summer until you catch a whiff of the BBQ grilling away. This handy app provides over 250 unique BBQ recipes to suit the ingredients you have. Select from a range of options such as red meat, port, poultry, seafood, vegetables or desserts to be given a list of tasty BBQ recipes and marinades.

The app even has a grill guide, and a techniques tutor to help you on your way. Keep track of the ingredients you need for your recipes with the apps conveniently built-in grocery list!

TuneIn Radio

This clever music app allows you to browse podcasts and radio stations by location, or genre. You’ll be able to view the radio station’s schedules and playlist to see what’s coming next; it even lets you record, rewind, fast forward or pause live radio streams. All access to the functions of your phone are available while you’re enjoying the live music.

Pocket Cocktails

If you’re a bit stuck for cocktail recipes this summer, the Pocket Cocktails app provides all the drinks recipes you could need for your next BBQ gathering. There’s hundreds of recipes including martinis and traditional cocktails and even a specific section for summer themed cocktails. There’s also a section which helps you match food and wines together!


Travelling around this summer? It’s quite common with jetlag and all the airport signs in a foreign language to get completely lost in an airport. AirportChatter provides detailed information about the airport in your own language, with places to eat and what to do, all fed by timely review. There’s even a built-in geo-location radar to help you on your way!

Have you come across any useful apps for the summer? Let us know!