Frank Magwegwe (in for Bruce Whitfield on The Money Show) interviewed Toby Shapshak, Editor-in-chief of Stuff Magazine.
Shapshak's favourite apps of the year so far:
WeChat (won Stuff's App of the Year; it’s Shapshak’s top financial app)
UberEats (Stuff's service app of the year)
Evernote (a “brilliant” business tool that Shapshak uses constantly)
- Wunderlist (a great list app for organising your life)
Listen to the audio below for more detail (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
WeChat is vastly more than WhatsApp.— Toby Shapshak
You can’t live in China without WeChat.— Toby Shapshak
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