What are your most-used apps on your homescreen?

I'm talking about the apps you open every day!
ThanasisUI/UX @travelplanet24 @airtickets_gr · Asked 

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Spotify

Any song. One tap away.

I can not go without music.
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Slack

Be less busy. Real-time messaging, archiving & search.

Omer Molad3Co-founder and CEO @ Vervoe · Written
Slack has become my most frequently used app recently. We have a remote team so we use Slack to communicate. I can be anywhere and still talk to everyone. Sometimes, when I need a break, I take my son to the park but I can still respond to messages as if I was at my desk.
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Ayush ChandraResearch Intern & Tech Evangelist · Written
Great platform for Professional Communication. It's quite addictive and excellent to handle.I just wish the creators soon add the widgets on mobile platforms such as this iOS and Android for a great flow of work and can get notified on the go.
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Mark PedroSilicon Valley Sales Hustler · Written
Slack works great especially if you are working remote. You can organize your channels to a different team/departments, task/focus and random silliness. Get notified and keep everything under a thread to easily read past messages or do a Search!
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Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré3Moderator at Product Hunt · Written
A simple, fun & creative way to capture, edit & share photos, videos & messages with friends & family.
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Inbox by Google

Next generation inbox

Adrien JOLYWeb developer + JS teacher. · Written
I have a shortcut to quickly add reminders to my Inbox. A real time-saver and mind-clearer! :-)
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Ayush ChandraResearch Intern & Tech Evangelist · Written
Great Social Media App.
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Google Calendar

Spend less time managing your day, now on iOS

Emily Kellerttech lover & travel freak · Written
Easily my most used to plan any and every event I have. The design is so easy on my eyes (compared to iOS Calendar..blah). More recently, I've started using the "Goals" feature which I love how it's included in the planning.
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Google Maps 4.0

New material design brings bold graphics and fluid motion

Antoine PluFreelance Designer • Ex @Algolia · Written
Kinda sounds obvious maybe for lot of people, but I'm really using it daily, even in my own town. I like to keep good places saved in here, find the best routes with the subway time and so on...
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Product Hunt

Discover and geek out about cool new products

Ayush ChandraResearch Intern & Tech Evangelist · Written
Discover new products
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Matheus MenezesVisual Designer at Apontador · Written
Sadly there's no Android app, but thew PWA is pretty good so it's fine :)
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Sam CholeraFounder @ iSpy Sport Search · Written
Not only for the products, but the engagement is 2nd to none
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Pocket Casts

Powerful podcast manager for iOS & Android. New v.5 release.

Tristan IshamFounder of Typed · Written
Not everyone listens to podcasts, but as someone who regularly switches between Android (current) and iOS Pocket Casts provides an awesome, reliable experience that I can access anywhere (including the web for a one time fee).
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Marc HeatleyDirector, Proper Design · Written
I've used Pocket Casts on Android as my podcatcher of choice since it first launched. It does everything I need it to (automated chronological playlist, auto delete listened-to podcasts, skip x time at the start of a particular podcast (sorry Tim Feriss)) and a few more things besides (playback speed per podcast etc...). The devs have always been responsive and pleasant to deal with which helps a lot too.
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9
Headspace 2.0

Meditation made simple in just 10 minutes a day

Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré3Moderator at Product Hunt · Written
Live a happier, healthier life with just 10 minutes of meditation a day on the Headspace app.
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Tweetbot has been my news source since Google discontinued Reader. I have lists setup for different categories like hobbies, entertainment, tech, sports, and design. I can read articles in-app or send them to Pocket to read later.
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Medium 2.0

A new look, app, and features to move thinking forward

AleksandraProduct Marketing · Written
I check out the fresh content and read at least a few articles on Medium daily, or save them to a 'Reading list' for reading later. The iOS app is great!
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7
Spark by Readdle

Fast, smart and beautiful email client for iOS

Great email app - smooth, and stylish, and works well for multiple accounts. Easy swipe options, combined inboxes, quick actions, syncs with calendar, simple snoozing, and pinning for important emails.
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Mark PedroSilicon Valley Sales Hustler · Written
For someone who operates with multiple emails this is a must have!
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Day One

A simple journal for iPhone, iPad and OSX.

I have a reminder set to make an entry every day. I use it to log my thoughts, daily happenings, or things I've learned.
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AleksandraProduct Marketing · Written
Pocket is the best personal 'reading list' out there! I save all the articles and interesting content I come across to Pocket, and then read them when I have time (on commute, on the plane, on weekends, etc)
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Blinkist

Key insights from 2,000+ bestselling nonfiction books

Ayush Mittal12bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
Currently, Blinkist! Insights from the nonfiction books of your niche.
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Alarm

Connected home security platform that works with Apple Watch

Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré3Moderator at Product Hunt · Written
I use this app to control our security system, locks, temperature. Love it. With an Alarm.com-enabled security system, you can monitor and control your home or business in real-time and from anywhere - from your iPhone, iPad, or your Apple Watch.
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Amazon Alexa Skills Store

Skills “app store” makeover and add new Skills by voice

Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré3Moderator at Product Hunt · Written
The Amazon Alexa app is a companion to your Alexa device for setup, remote control, and enhanced features.
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Wunderlist

Capture ideas, things to do and places to see

Timothy GrahamDirector Digital Strategy & Innovation · Written
Helps organize all of my action items for the day/week/month/year.
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Breaker

The best app for listening to podcasts, with your friends 🎧

Shlomo KlahrIntern @ Digital Currency Group · Written
Turns my commute from excruciatingly boring to educational and enlightening. Simple, functional podcast client.
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ElavenilEntrepreneur, Investor & Consultant · Written
SImple, elegant and Free!!! Lol... Best Podcast app ever!!
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