Did you forget Mother’s Day — again? Celebrated in over 50 countries around the world, every 2nd Sunday in May: it’s time to reach out to your Mom. There’s only 3 days left, so if you don’t already have something planned, or if you can’t be there in person, we’ve come up with some options for you. C’mon, you know she deserves the recognition. Here’s our list of apps to celebrate her and all the things she’s done for you over the years, right from your Android.
Make a photo collage – Photo Grid Collage
With a ton of mother’s day themed templates, you can add your Mom’s photo, and write a message for her. If she’s into social media, why not post it on Facebook or dedicate an instagram post just for her? After all, it really is the thought that counts. #Supermom
Print pictures from when you were little – Printicular
Shipping worldwide, this app prints photos from your Android and delivers them anywhere. Take a trip down memory lane, and print her your favorite memories from when you were little, or send her printed high quality photos of you and your family.
Get your siblings together for a video call – Skype
This one is sure to please if you’re far away. Nothing makes your Mom happier than hearing your voice and seeing you smile. Give her a call yourself, and if you have brothers or sisters, get them all together and call her in conference mode.
Find an original gift – Wanelo
Sometimes it can be hard to come up with a gift that your Mom actually wanted, but doesn’t have yet. If she uses Wanelo, check out her profile to see what’s on her wishlist, and buy it directly from the app. There’s a lot of quirky fashion options with price tags for every budget.
Get her a coupon for something fun – Groupon
If you know your Mom would enjoy a dinner out, movie tickets, or even a massage or spa visit — go ahead and spoil her. You won’t regret it. Using Groupon is easy, just purchase a coupon as a gift for any service that’s listed for your area. Print it out or email it to her, and she’ll get to call and make an appointment whenever she wants to go.
Happy Mothers Day!