Apps to help you plan your social lifeIt's time to break out of that social rut and jump-start your weekends and free time with new activities, restaurants and day trips. If you're stumped on how to begin exploring your region, CNET's Kara Tsuboi recommends a few online services and apps...
[MUSIC] If you're looking for a specific type of restaurant for lunch, a fun concert for tonight, or a local landmark to visit tomorrow. Weotta is great place to turn for recommendations. It's a free web service and app that presents all sorts of ideas for what you're looking for. If you sign in through the app you can save suggestions for another time, and connect with friends. Weotta provides the fun in over 1,000 cities. Yeti is a free app that gives food and activity recommendations based on your preferences. Like a lot of popular apps these days, swipe right if you're interested in the suggestion, and the app will start to store history based on your tastes. Start conversations with other users to get even more personalized tips for how to plan your day. And finally, Funspotter was designed with couples in mind. One person browses through photos to picking restaurants and activities in the city, choosing the places that interest him or her. The list is then sent over to the partner so he or she can plan the ideal date. Funspotter's only active in a handful of cities with more coming online soon. In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News.