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Are you an oil freak like me? Can’t stand to be out of touch with ways to use your oils or manage your oily business? These apps for oil users will help you keep on oiling while you are on the go.
Ref Guide for Essential Oils
This app works equally as well for both Apple and Android. It’s made by Abundant Health and closely mimics the information provided in the Essential Oils Pocket Reference book. While the book is a bit awkward to carry around with you this app makes it perfect for you to look up anything you need to know about your oils while you are on the soccer field. I really like that you can look up specific symptoms and find oils that may help. Very well organized and easy to use. Worth the price especially if you are choosing this over a book! I really love this because if I am especially busy (and what working mom isn’t?) and someone asks me an oily question that I need to research I can look it up here and send a quick screenshot to answer the question.
Essential Oil Go-To Guide
I have not had a lot of time to play with this one but it made quite an impression on people at Convention this summer as it’s arrival has been anxiously awaited. The big draw here? It is touted as being completely compliant. Which I know is a very important to all of us. It claims to be “legally reviewed, safe-to-share via social media, text & email”. It’s $9.99 in the Apple Store and also available on Android. It appears to have similar content but be more carefully worded then the app above. Check them both out and pick the one that works for you!
Drop Shots is one of my favorite apps to use to share pictures of my oils. The app is free for basic use and kit oils but there are packs that you can upgrade your pictures for that are .99. Here is an example of a picture I have made using the Drop Shots app.
It’s easy to manipulate the bottles around, add text and share right to social media.
I could not run my oil business without this app, it’s my favorite of the apps for oil users. It helps me keep track of my downline and commissions and alerts me to all sorts of things from new rankers in my organization to availability of oils that are out of stock. My estimated commissions are always spot on which helps me plan for that monthly check! The Oily Tools app is free and is available for both Android and Apple but the service itself costs $5. You can sign up here for Oily Tools and I really believe that once you hit Senior Star or above you would really benefit from having something like this to keep you organized.
Disclaimer: All of the above apps are for specific for Young Living Essential Oils. But you knew that already, right? We don’t use other brands around here 🙂
Kathi Monicatti says
Hello Mom Off Track,
I am new to Young Living but already have collected quite an assortment of oils for my own use. Do you know of a good/great app for keeping track of my oils?
I seem to keep re-purchasing the ones I have.
No. I WISH something like that existed.
Guide for essential oils free. Will let you put your oils as inventory.
Here is a great app to keep of your oil inventory. If a person is sharing or building an oil business this is a great app also because you can keep track of whom you are giving samples to and what oils you have in your inventory that are for your business. Check it out. It has a free 7 day trial.
Chris Birdsong says
Where can I download the Drop Shots app?
I need someway to keep track online of my Down line , prospects, and people I talk to about oils who I will need to follow up with. I am a senior star and have an iPhone.
I have been taking notes in a notebook but want a way to do this online. Any suggestions? Also want to track what samples I give them, their interests, concerns, and just keep abreast of them.