Whether you're someone who likes to hunker down and hibernate, or get out and enjoy what the chilliest months of the year have to offer, these apps for the winter will make the season more enjoyable.
For those who love the snow, Helly Hansen's First Tracks Powder serves as an alarm clock that tells you when fresh snow has fallen. Another neat (and slightly odd) app to use while you're outdoors is NosePost, which lets you use your nose to snap and upload photos, rather than having your bare hands freeze. People who like to bundle up indoors will appreciate apps like the Tado Home Energy Management System, which turns your smartphone into a hub to control your home's heating.
15 Practical Apps for the Winter
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