10 best Mother’s Day apps for Android

10 best Mother’s Day apps for Android

best mother's day apps for android

Mother’s Day is just around the corner, it’s time to sit down and figure out what you’re going to do. It’s true that your Android device is unlikely to be the center of Mother’s Day plans. However, you can still use your device to help you come up with ideas, plan things, or buy gifts. It’s also true that none of the apps on this list are specifically for Mother’s Day, but they can help you make them the best they can be. Here are the best Mother’s Day apps for Android. These apps rarely change from year to year and are primarily meant to help with ideas. We hope you enjoy it!

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Price: Free / Prices may vary

Flowers are one of the classic Mother’s Day gifts. 1-800-Flowers is probably the best flower ordering app. So, that makes sense. The app has tons of bouquets to choose from. Plus, you can schedule it for same day delivery to many areas. There are even international delivery options. Of course, the price ranges vary depending on the complexity of the bouquet and the flowers you include. Still, it’s one of the best Mother’s Day apps if you want to take a classic approach.

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Allrecipes Dinner Spinner

Price: Release

Allrecipes Dinner Spinner is a cooking app. There are thousands of recipes to choose from. You can filter based on dietary concerns or whatever you fancy. Plus, you can add them to your favorites so you can find them later. It also includes over a thousand recipe videos in case you need a little help. Cooking dinner for your mom isn’t a bad idea considering how many she probably cooked for you. This is one of the Mother’s Day apps to consider.

Shopping on Amazon

Price: Release

Amazon Shopping is a bit of a boring choice, but it’s still very useful as a Mother’s Day app. You can find all kinds of gift ideas there. You can store your mom on her favorite hobby or collectibles. Shipping is fast and the site is, of course, one of the most reliable on the Internet. The prices are generally quite good too. You already know Amazon and why it is here.


Price: Free / Item costs vary

Etsy is one of the best apps for Mother’s Day. It’s a great place to find crafts, gifts, and other unique items. Just because you can’t give a gift yourself doesn’t mean it can’t be unique, right? The app allows you to browse the entire site, speak directly to merchants, find recommendations, and view shipping information after making a purchase. It is a good choice for finding unique items.


Price: Free / Varies

Eventbrite is one of the best Mother’s Day apps for going out on the town. It contains a list of events that occur in your area. Plus, you can even buy tickets for these events through the app. Events include concerts, festivals, classes, performances and more. It’s worth seeing what’s happening on Mother’s Day weekend in your area. There might be something your mom wants to check out. If you like the idea, but this app doesn’t do it for you, other apps include Nearify, Eventful, and OMGWhen. Facebook’s Events feature also works well for this. They offer similar services.

Eventbrite 2021 screenshot

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Google Photos

Price: Free / Varies

Google Photos is a photo backup application. However, it can do more than that. You can edit photos after they have been backed up. At least you can a little. Most importantly, you can add them to albums. Once the albums are created, you can make them public and share them with your friends and family. You can probably see where I’m going with this. All the photos you take with your mother on Mother’s Day can be saved here permanently. You can then create albums to share with her, Facebook, or elsewhere. It’s a great way to preserve memories. Additionally, Google Photos has an oft-missed feature where you can order an album from the photos you upload. It’s a bit pricey, but they work great as freebies.

Google Photos 2020 screenshot

Credit: Joe Hindy / Android Authority

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Open table

Price: Release

OpenTable is an app that lets you browse restaurants in your area. You can also make reservations directly from the app (where this feature is supported). In the worst case, you can call them yourself to make reservations. The service is supported worldwide with over 32,000 restaurants available. You can also explore your area to find something new, manage your reservations, and even send messages to friends and family to keep everyone on the same page. It could be very useful on Mother’s Day if you plan to take her out to eat.

OpenTable 2020 screenshot


Price: Release

The whole point of Pinterest is finding interesting things to make, buy, or do. This app can be very useful on Mother’s Day if you are confused and don’t know what to do. You’ll find a variety of things, including DIY gift ideas, fun items to buy, and activities you can do together. It also offers recipes, designs for things like gardens, artwork, and other interesting arts and crafts. What makes her so appealing to this list is that it’s a total catch-all. There really isn’t much you can’t find on Pinterest. You can also find cool ideas on Tumblr.

Pinterest 2021 screenshot

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Uber eats

Price: Delivery / delivery costs vary

Uber Eats is one of several services that deliver restaurant food right to your door. Other notable options include DoorDash, GrubHub, and Eat24. Basically you use the app to order food in a restaurant and a driver brings it to you. This year (2020) is a bit unique with the pandemic, so going out to eat might not be the best option. However, you can still be given the same food. Uber Eats is the most popular and famous of the bunch, but which one is best for you may be different. All apps are free, but shipping costs money. You can consult a full list of good food delivery apps here.

Screenshot of Uber Eats 2021

Credit: Joe Hindy / Android Authority

Retail store apps

Price: Free / Varies

Retail stores always have big sales for Mother’s Day. You can find things like gift cards, clothing, jewelry, electronics, and other similar items for sale. We can’t recommend a particular store because we don’t know what your mom likes. There’s Best Buy if she likes electronics, Kohl if she likes clothes and kitchenware, Target if you need something pretty generalized, and plenty of other options. We’ve linked Kohl to the button below, but you can easily find other retail apps in the Play Store.

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