Uber / Uber Eats
These two apps are technically separate, but there's so much shared between the two that you will want to take advantage of. Uber has been making waves for its disruption of the taxi industry for years. The newer Uber Eats app has the potential to be equally disruptive to food delivery service.
The new year is a time for resolutions, and this app will help many people. Headspace specializes in meditation, and will help you find a way to relax. Whether you're looking for a five-minute break or a full hour, you can find whatever you need.
Another great app for your 2019 resolution, Runkeeper tracks your walks, hikes, jogs and runs and helps you see just how much of a workout you're getting. Unlike other fitness trackers, Runkeeper doesn't require extra hardware and simply relies on your smartphone's GPS.
This app has been around for a while, but it's now become a go-to place for celebrities, tastemakers and even some news organizations to share their stories. You can keep up with the Kardashians one minute and then swipe over to the latest news from NBC and National Geographic.
We all have that one friend who can't ever find their wallet when a group of people is at dinner or out for drinks, but with Venmo that no longer becomes a problem. Like PayPal, the app connects to your bank account and lets you send money from your bank account to a friend's Venmo account, which they can then transfer to their bank account. All of this happens without paying any fees.
This app is the most fun of any app on this list. Bitmoji allows you to create an animated doppelganger of yourself that you can dress up in seasonal costumes. You can then have your Bitmoji partake in activities like sledding or watching a football game and send it to your friends.