Most people who have made the move to Denmark will agree that it is worthwhile. However, that doesn't imply that it's easy; after all, nothing worthwhile is simple (or so we've been told). Fortunately, there are many websites that help simplify your life in Denmark. So, here is a list of the top 5 mobile apps that can help you have a smooth time in Denmark.
Traveling to a new city or country is quite a struggle for new expats. In Denmark, when you need to move locally, expats are often confused and are left with no idea how to reach their destination.
Rejseplanen is a useful travel app for when in Denmark. It gives info on all the available transportation routes between two different places. For some routes it even allows you to purchase tickets on the app. It is infact one of the most used apps in Denmark.
When moving to a new country, the first thing you need to do is set up your bank account. And then all you want is a handy payment app to make your online mobile payments easier. With MobilePay, you may pay and receive payments as quickly as sending a text message by linking your bank account to your phone number. You can use the app to send and receive money to and from contacts and merchants. When passing through more rural areas, it is the simplest way to purchase roadside treats like jam or potatoes. It is also the payment method that is most frequently used at flea markets. It also makes it much simpler to reimburse pals for a round of drinks or to split a dinner! It should be noted that the MobilePay app requires both a Danish phone number and a Danish bank account in order to function.
Just Eat is the one-stop app for all your food cravings delivered to your home. It has over 2000 partner restaurants across Denmark. This app allows the option of both doorstep delivery and takeaway as well, and several payment options are available such as online, cash on delivery, and debit/credit card.
Taxi EU is one of the most useful apps in Denmark, it is the uber alternative app in Denmark. Hiring a taxi is made simpler by this app. This not just helps you in booking a ride within the city but also intercity rides and in addition to this, you can also book a bike and choose payment options like MobilePay, card, or cash.
Coop is an online grocery store that offers you all kinds of groceries at your doorstep. It has different sections of stores on its app and delivers with very less waiting time.
These would be some of the top mobile apps you must use when moving to Denmark. These apps will surely turn out to be saving a lot of time and energy and help you easily settle in your new home.
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