Last year I covered already a few apps that help to make your life a bit easier in Jordan. Since then, a few of them got updated and also new ones popped-up and I gave some of them a try. So over the next weeks or so, I intend to cover some more reviews and let you know what they can, and what not. With this post I intend to make a list of the ones that are worth listing. The selection is not meant to be exhaustive and is based on my personal experience, a look at the reviews and if I think they are necessary or not from a point of view from an expat. While I think that some of them are really useful, not all of them are a must-have and most of them are not perfect, but it seems they are working hard on improving their services as a lot of times I got contacted by their customer service and was asked for my experience or if I need help. The following list of Apps or Websites is in alphabetical order and I will try to cover all of them with a review, if I haven’t so far. If you have any additions to the list, are an app developer or have some feedback, please get in contact.
Aoun – 3oun – an App for maintenance, cleaning personal and repair services. Aoun connects you to a wide network of professionals who bid on your request. You can then choose the provider of your choice who will come to your home to solve the issue. Be it for your AC, plumbing or satellite dish – Aoun is your choice.
Aroundtown – an App to discover what’s going on in Jordan. You are on the lookout for a new restaurant or bar, you want to discover the latest promotions or find outdoor adventures in Jordan? – Then aroundtown is for you.
Basket – an App for Grocery Delivery in Amman. Currently, you can buy at Carrefour, Cozmo, Crumz, T-Bone and Cheese among some other stores. You can order for same as in-store prices and get your order delivered to your door step. A minimum order of 5 JD is required and small delivery fee of 3.99 JD per store you buy from is added to your bill.
Bilforon – an App for Home-cooked delicacies delivered to your table. Bilforon means literally in the oven. If you are up to try some home-cooked traditional or international dishes for a reasonable price to be delivered to your door, then Bilforon is for you.
Dinarak – an App for transferring, sending, receiving money and paying your bills – without the need of a bank account.
Fixpert – is an App if you need a handyman for AC, windows, garden, electricity or anything else that needs maintenance or to be fixed. You can make a request within one of the many categories. You will receive a quotation within 30 minutes and can then choose the provider of your choice.
Get Spiritz – an App for Drink Delivery. This includes alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. It is easy, fast and our drinks come in a Styrofoam cooler box (that you can return/exchange), so your drinks are already cool on arrival. Each day there are different offers, such as discounts, loyalty points, lower delivery threshold or similar. If you don’t want to run dry, give Get Spiritz a try.
Sahel – an App for Maintenance and Repairs. As opposed to other apps, Sahel claims to have their own specialists hired who work for them. They work 7 days a week from 9 am to 10 pm. Even on holidays they have a hotline for emergencies.
WashyWash – an App for eco-friendly Dry-cleaning Service. If you want your clothes get cleaned in a sustainable way and don’t even want to bring them and pick them up, then WashyWash is the App you have been waiting for.
Where to Jo – an App that shows you what’s happening in Amman and around. If you are looking for restaurants, adventures or places to experience, than Where to Jo might be a great sources for you.
Woozy – an App that offers you one drink a day for 10 JD per month. Sound like an interesting deal for students or people who don’t work…haven’t tried it, yet.