6 Apps That Help You Go Green

Author Dragan Berak 17.8.2016. | 11:53

Going green has been around in the news lately. The message is being spread out loud on newspapers, TV and social media. Everyone is curious about what you are doing to go green, and what measures are you taking to go green or how going green has changed your life.

But the question is, what does it really mean to go green? It means that you are adopting certain habits and lifestyles that conserve energy and other resources in order to protect the environment for generations to come.

If you are devoted to reducing your eco-footprint, and ready to take the ‘going green’ experience to the next level, here are the 6 apps that can help you get started.

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  1. An app to help you recycle

Eco App: iRecycle

Developed by Earth911, iRecycleis an extremely useful app designed for those who feel they lack the time and the right amount of resources needed to recycle. By using your current location, zip codes, address or city, this app helps you find local places or nearby recycle centers to recycle more than 350 materials including metal, hazardous materials, cell phones, construction materials, and so on.  iRecyclehas already been downloaded more than 10,000 times and is available on both iOS and Android.

 

  1. An app to help you care for your environment

Eco App: Joulebug

This is an app designed to make your daily habits more sustainable at work and home.  Jouglebug is a free iPhone app that restricts you from energy waste and helps you save more than $200 a year.

This app is created to encourage sustainable living through social interactions and gaming, making it simple and fun to use. The gaming aspect of Jouglebug helps get your kids involved in thinking green too.

Through its interactive game, your kids can earn points and badges and compete with others to become eco-friendly. This app is definitely one of its kind.

You can connect this free app to your utility account through the Green Button. Joulebugcurrently  has 1 thousand downloads and growing, and is available on both operating systems i.e. iOS and Android.

 

  1. An app to help you conserve water

Eco App: Dropcountr

Dropcountr is a very practical app that helps users save water by connecting to their water utility company via their smartphones. The water company can then send you information to show how much water you are consuming compared to others in your neighborhood.

They also keep you posted by sending you water-drought and budget messages, and notify you of leaks and wastage accordingly. According to a research, on average 10 gallons of water is lost per day to leaks per household.  This app has been downloaded over 5 thousand time sand is available on both operating systems i.e. iOS and Android.

 

  1. An app to reduce your fuel consumption

Eco App: Carma Carpooling

Commuting to and from work is not just a big hassle but a big expense too. If you are driving to work, this is not a favor to yourself, but rather your contribution to air pollution.

CarmaCarpoolinghelps people find others who live nearby to share their daily drive which helps in reducing traffic, emissions and costs.

A ride through CarmaCarpooling costs around 20 cents per mile, which makes it a pocket-friendly option for commuters. And the best part is, you get to meet and chat with new people. This app is being used by 50,000 people and is available on both operating systems i.e. iOS and Android.

 

  1. An app to help you save Earth

Eco App: PaperKarma

PaperKarma is a product of ReputationDefender. This useful app allows you to save trees with just a click of a button.

Almost every day we receive a bulk of junk mail which piles up at home, but in reality,is a waste of paper. PaperKarma app has made our life easy by creating a simple way of stopping junk mail and all other unwanted, unsolicited paper waste.

Simply snap a picture of all your unwanted mail, press send button and let the PaperKarma contact the mailers to remove your name from their distribution list.

Wait for 24 hours and you will then receive a notification that you have been unsubscribed. This app is so good that it was named one of Apple’s top apps of 2012. This app currently has more than 500 thousand downloads and is available on both operating systems i.e. iOS and Android.

  1. An app to encourage farming

Eco App: Big Barn World

If you have ever thought what it would be like to be a farmer or how much hard work is required,  than you must check out the Big Barn World. This interesting farming app is designed by airG. Big Barn World is the new social farming sensation where you have the liberty to play on your own or join up with your friends. Through this app you can be friends with anyone and everyone and helps people be social, and at the same time enables them to appreciate the importance of farming.

Through the Big Barn World,you get to say hello to new farmers, chit chat with them and learn about the latest farming tips. This app currently has more than 100 thousand downloads and is available on both operating systems i.e. iOS and Android.

 


 

Conclusion

Amidst an on-going debate on global warming, news about ice caps melting, countries facing persistent drought and media reports on our trash piling up, many people are putting efforts to live green.

Thanks to some innovative thinkers who have developed eco-friendly apps that are making our part in protecting our environment much easier than ever before.Play your role in saving the earth. Download one now and start saving precious, finite resources.

 

 

Author Dragan Berak 17.8.2016. | 11:53
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