10 iPhone Apps Youth Workers Might Find Useful
Just thought I’d share a few of my apps that get me by when I am in a pinch. Am I missing an important app that would be beneficial for youth workers? Let me know.
Creative Whack Pack– This is a fun way to take old ideas and see them through a new lens. Nice for the price, considering I paid $20 for the actual card pack.
Receipts Lite– Ever get in trouble for not turning in your receipts? This will help you budget and get those receipts in. For more detail, get the paid app.
Guitar Tool Kit – I have to fill in sometimes to play for worship. This app is great for me because it has a tuner and a ton of chords I can look up.
Atomic Fart– Need I say more?
You Must Choose– Fun digital version of the Would You Rather books. Great for road trips or small group openers.
IBook– This is a pretty good app for reading books on your phone. You can save your page, highlight paragraphs, and make notes.
POW– This is a fun app and a different way to post pics of your students. You can make short comic strips complete with dialogue bubbles. Oh the stories you could tell.
Fluent News– This is a great app because is culls major news organizations and picks top stories. You can also check stories by categories and save the stories you like in a folder.
Story Cubes– This is a fun tool to get kids to make a story. Shake your phone and roll the dice. Each student has to take a die and make the word on the die part of the group story.
Word Twiddle– Feeling stuck for a word or thought? This random little tool may jog your memory. I use this sometimes when thinking about new names for youth programs.
See the original post at Called to Youth Ministry.com