Apps to ease your daily life
To continue the series, here is the second part of 10 apps you need in Denmark. Read the first part here. Our first post was more focused on the functional and well known apps. This time we decided to shine the light on ones that we missed last time as well as ones that are new and less popular.
Be a darling and write in the comments which apps you use in your daily life in Denmark and we will make sure to use them in the next part!
Are you in hurry and have no time to purchase a ticket for your train ride? Use the DSB app to make the purchase of a ticket easy and hassle-free.
Have you ever forgotten to check-out when using your rejsekort? No more. With Check Udvej you can check out of your trip by filling in the details of your trip and the paid amount will be corrected.
Use the app to shop for discounted products from your local restaurants and cafes before their closing time. Be a part of the movement to stop food waste and get a good bargain!
Shop smart and keep up to date with good discounts at your local supermarkets. Great way how to save money without receiving the promotional mail in your mailbox! Bookmark your favourite stores and even make a shopping list of discounts to remember. Read the post on how to stop receiving the newspapers and promotions in your mailbox here.
The discount shop Normal has created an app that saves all of your receipts. Play the games available every 24 hours and receive free products if you win. The app is very well made and the design is quite adorable if I must say.
Get your Rema1000 shopping delivered straight to your door or make some money by becoming the delivery person yourself! Just sign up and start shopping or sign up as a shopper and deliver to others in your neighbourhood.
Similar to JustEat – a food delivery service. The app is extremely well made and is super easy to use. Your next meal is on us! Use code DENMARKNU when signing up and get 50kr off your first order! Tip if you are looking for a job: Follow Wolt on their social media as they are actively looking for new delivery team members.
Keep up to date with your digital mailbox with the e-Boks app and get notified when you receive new mail.
Cold callers is the worst kind of marketing and since living in Denmark I have learned to ignore most of the calls from blocked numbers or ones I don’t know. However, if you are looking for a job etc., it is important to pick up your calls. Use Truecaller to get notified if you are receiving a spam call instead of a legitimate one.
If you live in Denmark and have received your CPR you definitely use NemID key card or the keychain code generator. It can get annoying to look for the codes every time you need them so this app is a great way to have the codes with you anywhere you go.