It's nice to have a drink after work every once in a while. Unfortunately, not everyone works 9-5, so not everyone can take advantage of normal happy hour deals. Happy lets you create your own happy hour, during the hour that you actually want it. Just pick a participating bar, set the time, invite your friends, and go. The service is only available in NYC for now — the East Village, Williamsburg, Lower East Side, East Williamsburg, and Fort Greene, specifically — but an idea this smart isn't going to stay contained for long.
Finding time to cook everyday can be tough, but eating out is generally not as healthy. Fit Men Cook offers a solution. It lets you pick from over 100 recipes with video instructions that make prepping and cooking easy, then lets you designate two days for cooking the rest of the week's food. Choosing a recipe automatically adds the ingredients to your shopping list, making grocery trips easier, and the list is mirrored on your Apple Watch for added convenience. In addition, the app keeps track of the calories, protein, fat, and carbs in each meal, and integrates with the Apple Health app, letting you track your exercise and eating habits all in one place.
Now where did I last leave those keys? Nobody likes the hassle of searching for lost things, and the makers of Tile want to end your fruitless searches. Tile is a tiny, helpful gadget that helps you keep track of important items like your keys, wallet, and even luggage. Simply open up the free app and see all of the items you've attached Tile to on a map, and make them ring so they're back in your hands in seconds. If you lose something while out and about, any other Tile user can help you find your stuff by simply walking by and their app will email you the updated location. Discover why Tile is the most downloaded item finder app in both Android & iOS app stores.
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Grilling season has official begun. Make it more enjoyable with GasWatch. This app connects to a Bluetooth scale for your your propane tank, and measures the tank's weight to give you an accurate readout of how much gas you have left. It can also alert you when you're running low, and tell you how much cooking time you have left — so you don't put on a roast that takes an hour and a half to cook when you only have 45 minutes of gas remaining.