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Apps to help pass the time during coronavirus shutdown

Burton Kelso joins us to discuss helpful apps to help communicate during the coronavirus outbreak.

Posted: Mar 30, 2020 6:11 PM

Useful apps to help stay in touch while people are working from home.

1.) Zoom

     -Video conferencing app that can be used on any device

2.) Nextdoor

     -Stay in touch with what is going on in your neighborhood

3.) TeamViewer

     -Allow you to access your work computer from home

4.) JustWatch

     -Allows the user to search for their favorite show and shows what service it is on

5.) Netflix Party

     -Watch movies and tv shows with friends and family simultaneously

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