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Gretchen is fascinated by human tendencies and habits, and how they interact to increase or decrease happiness. Rubin's work includes the New York Times best-selling books, a comprehensive blog and the award-winning Happier podcast she hosts with her sister Elizabeth Craft, among other ventures.
Timehop shows memories of your photos and social media from one, two or three years ago. I like it because it reminds me, "Oh, this was where I was," and I often send them to family members who I think would enjoy them. It's a nice, easy way to stay in touch with very little effort, and it's very fun.
We talked about this app on the happier with Gretchen Rubin podcast. So many people told us they recommended this app. There is another kind of memory storage bank that binds your photos to a video.
I take pictures on my iPhone and I want to make printed books with them. The Shutterfly app provides a useful way to select the photos I want to create in books; It is very convenient.
Flic makes it easier and faster to delete pictures; It's never so much faster than the Photos app.
Texture is a paid journal read program. You can read your favorite magazine or just see what you feel interested in. (Note: Apple replaced Texture with its new subscription service Apple News Plus in May 2019. Texture subscribers could switch to Apple News Plus.)  I use Curb and Arrow, which are cab-hailing apps that let you pay with your phone. I have an account with my business card and one with my personal credit card. That way, I don't have to change payment methods in the app, which is very useful.