5 best apps to get you through spring cleaning

5 best apps to get you through spring cleaning Mashable We're using cookies to improve your experience. Click Here to find out more. Mashable Mashable Mashable Australia Mashable France Mashable India Mashable UK Sign in Like Follow Follow Mashable see more  > Search Videos Social Media Tech Business Entertainment World Lifestyle Watercooler Shop More Channels Videos Social Media Tech Business Entertainment World Lifestyle Watercooler Shop Company About Us Licensing & Reprints Archive Mashable Careers Contact Contact Us Submit News Advertise Advertise Legal Privacy Policy Terms of Use Cookie Policy Apps iPhone / iPad Android Resources Subscriptions Sites Mashable Shop Job Board Social Good Summit Tech Like Follow Follow 5 best apps to get you through spring cleaning 1.8k Shares Share Tweet Share What's This? By Kellen Beck 2016-03-20 11:24:16 UTC Image: Mashable Composite, Chris Adamus Spring has arrived, and the best way to ring it in is with some good old-fashioned spring cleaning. But this is the 21st century, so there’s gotta be some form of electronic help for you. To help with all of your spring cleaning needs, we’ve compiled some of the best apps to help you get everything done, from tidying up your closet to finally clearing out your email inbox. If you have some tasks that you don’t want to do or think would be better completed by professionals, you'd better bet there’s an app for that too. See also: The 12 best iPhone apps of 2015 5 best apps to get you through spring cleaning BrightNest For those that look around at their homes and don’t even know how to get started, BrightNest is the best app for learning how to take care of your home. The app is full of useful tips for cleaning specific parts of your home, telling you what to use to remove toilet stains and how to stop your garbage disposal from stinking.   Free: iOS and Android Image: BrightNest Unfilth Your Habitat Now you know how to do everything but you just can’t seem to get the motivation to get started. Unfilth Your Habitat allows you to make a list of the chores you have to complete and set timers for each task, giving you a concrete view of how long each item will take you. You can also set a schedule and include breaks for yourself if you’re working hard.   $0.99: iOS and Android Image: UfYH, LLC OurHome Whether you have kids, a significant other, or just a roommate, coordinating tasks between the people in your home can be a pain, especially if they’re young. OurHome allows you to set up a network for sharing chores, allowing everyone to see what needs to be done and keep track of what has already been done. You even get rewarded points for finishing a chore.   Free: iOS and Android Image: Cape Horizon Pty. Ltd. ThredUP Sometimes the biggest chore to tackle in your home is your closet. If you have a mountain of clothing piled up in your closet, ThredUP is one way to take care of it. ThredUP is a service that lets you sell and buy used women’s and kid’s clothing online, and when you sign up you can get a Clean Out Kit for free.   Free: iOS and Android Image: ThredUP Handy If you’ve got a little cash to spend and would rather kick back than clean up, finding a home cleaner is an easy way to get out of your spring cleaning. Handy is an app that connects you with home cleaning professionals, allowing you to book specific dates and times for people to come and tidy up your space. They also list handy services including plumbers and painters.   Free: iOS and Android Image: Handybook, Inc. Topics: Android , apps , Apps and Software , Home , Mobile , Pinterest Art , Spring , Tech , tech utility Image: Maskot/Corbis About Us Jobs Advertise Subscribe Privacy Terms Mashable is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company. Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe. ©2005-2016 Mashable, Inc. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. All Rights Reserved. Designed in collaboration with Code & Theory