Zipcar is changing the way people think about car rental. It’s perfect for those that take the transit, but sometimes require a vehicle for convenience or to accommodate large items. It’s also great for the environment as each zip car keeps 15 vehicles off the road. The Zipcar app makes using Zipcar an easy task wherever you are. You can locate Zipcars nearby, place or extend a reservation, or report any damage. The application even acts like a remote and provides the functionality to lock or unlock doors, and honk the horn!
2. Transit App
When you’re not using a zip car, this extremely useful application will come in handy. The easy-to-use interface allows you to find transit in real-time wherever you are located. Frequent traveler? The Transit App works across North America and Europe.
3. Food Network in the Kitchen
Everybody enjoys a gourmet meal. With the new Food Network in the Kitchen app you don’t need to spend big bucks to eat like a king. The application is more of a cookbook as it features thousands of recipes from award-winning chefs such as Rachael Ray, Giada De Laurentiis, and Bobby Flay. You can add your own recipe box and keep track of your ingredients with the shopping list. The application even features a unit converter, and multiple cooking timers to keep you on track. You better start storing your cookbooks with Boxit, because you won’t need them too often any more!
Houzz is an renowned website that showcases excellence in design to provide its reader with inspiration for their own remodeling ideas. With the new Houzz app, users can browse over 2 million images of interior and exterior design categorized by style, room and location and save them for later in their own personal Houzz ideabook.
5. Homestyler Interior Designer
Another treat for those with a creative flair. Ever wonder if that new couch is going to match your curtains? The Homestyler Interior Design app lets you take a snapshot of any room that needs a makeover. You can then place high quality 3D renderings of real furniture such as light fixtures, tables, couches and branded rugs as you visualize your ideal room. Homestyler Interior Design even lets you share designs on Facebook and browse the portfolios of professional designers in your area. Got too much stuff for that minimalist look you’re going for? Give Boxit a call and we can store your clutter while you figure it out.