Are you trying to live a more sustainable life but finding it tough to know what the “right” things to do are?
There seems to be an almost endless variety of strategies you can choose from to live more sustainably.
Go Vegan. Go Zero Waste. Recycle. Upcycle. Etc. It can be confusing and overwhelming.
Do you wish there was an app that would help you navigate the tricky terrain of sustainabile living?
You’re in luck! Here’s the very best sustainable apps that might be right up your download.
GoodGuide has over 75,000 products in it’s database and they are all analyzed and categorized by composition. This app is a beast!
Join their community to find products others have reviewed positively. Share your own thoughts and opinions.
Over the last ten years they have helped millions of people make healthier choices with their “good” reviews. And this is what we mean by “sustainable”.
Check it out here.
Refresh Go Green
The founders of Refresh Go Green were motivated by a common refrain they heard from friends and family that they didn’t have time to go “green”.
It’s too hard! It costs too much! I don’t know where to start!
Their response? Create a 52 Simple Steps program delivered in a cool app!
This easy to use app prompts users to take simple steps that will positively impact their health as well as the health of the planet.
Download the Refresh Go Green App now.
#climate is an app for discovering and sharing actions that we can all take to combat climate change.
This short video explains how it works:
Their mission statement is: We’re curators for the climate, presenting the catalyst for change in one beautiful, efficient App.
Download the #climate app today on their website.
Think Dirty is designed to empower each of us to make better educated and informed decisions regarding our product purchases.
The Think Dirty app focuses on beauty, personal care and household products.
Just scan the product barcode using your smartphone and it spits out specific information that is easy to understand.
Got a question about your shampoo? Your toilet paper?
Just scan and go! We love this app!
JouleBug is an easy way to make your everyday habits sustainable, at home, work, and play.
Discover how you and your friends can use resources sustainably.
The App delivers practical tips, tricks and strategies for reducing your environmental impact and improving your personal sustainablity.
The App uses a gamification model with points awarded for completing sustainable actions.It’s fun!
Oroeco helps track your climate footprint and reduce your impact on the environment.
You can clearly see how every part of your life is connected to global warming.
Everything from driving and flying to your eating, shopping, and home energy efficiency choices is measured and tracked.
Oroeco will help save money and save the planet. They claim their App is “the world’s most powerful carbon footprint calculator.”
You can also collaborate with friends, family, and neighbors and compete to earn badges.
Dropcountr connects to your utilities and lets you know how much water you are consuming.
This information can help you make informed decisions about your sustainable lifestyle.
It keeps track of how many gallons you use on a yearly or monthly basis. You can even drill down to your daily consumption.
Here’s some typical feedback from current user:
RecycleNation is a search engine app for finding recycling locations in your area.
With it’s comprehensive recycling database you can easily prioritize your recycling on a regular basis.
They have regularly updated information on how to improve your recycling awareness as well.
They believe that if we change the way we think we can change the way we live. And ultimately, change the world for the better.
Light Bulb Finder
This app was hailed by the EPA as one of the best “Green Apps”.
It’s definitely one of the most practical sustainability apps on the market.
It’s a pretty simple and straightforward app that allows you to compare your light bulb efficiency
With Light Bulb Finder you can make better choices choosing new light bulbs.
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