Looking for recent discoveries that you can't live without now.
- The blogging platform has enabled me to explore a world of information-rich content. I also regularly post blogs on topics related to the IT industry.I don't wanna say this app changed my life but rather expanded my thinking . Some of writers on this platform have really great content . i am surprised medium has been able to maintain certain quality about it articles in the world of fake news.
- I'm more and more putting my words into words. My preferred format for this is markdown because I can put anything - outlines, todos, code, images, diagrams, attachments. Bear is the best markdown editor, I have found so far. It has excellent iOS and macOS apps. It is fast. Syncing works flawlessly. Its best feature is the tags. I have thousands of documents, and without them, I wouldn't be able to find anything.
- I loved how it allows me to seamlessly write beautiful note and share it / collaborate on it with my team.I loved how it allows me to seamlessly write beautiful note and share it / collaborate on it with my team.
- As a community person spending all my time online connecting with people spread across the globe across a number of platforms including social media - staying focused on a single task is hard. This app takes a pomodoro style work approach to the next level and has a great social impact twist. Actually concentrate long enough to finish your goals? Then you contribute to having a tree planted in Africa. Win-win.
- Especially useful in times when work deadlines are mounting up. It's super important to remember to take a break, breathe and put your health first above all else and Calm helps with this. Plenty of modes to use for every situation, tons of calming sounds and it helps, genuinely helps improve your sleep.
- Leo Bassam made this productPlutio is an all in one business management platform designed from the ground up especially for freelancers and small businesess. From projects and tasks, to invoicing, proposals, contracts and time tracking... everything you will ever need in one intuitive platform.
- I recently bought a subscription to Down Dog, and I absolutely love it! I love powerlifting, but it's not something I can do every single day. I wanted a physical activity that I could do every day as a kind of meditation and decided on yoga. This app varies up the programs with each session so I'm not stuck watching the same video every day or doing the exact same program every time. You can also choose what you'd like to focus on for each session. Adding in yoga has also helped my recovery for powerlifting (no more hip pain). If you're looking for a physical form of meditation, this is a great product to try.
- Simon Benfeldt Jørgensen made this productMakes you sleep in 5 minutes. The Sleep Story app is a collection of ultra-relaxing sleep inducing stories, short stories, fairytales and meditations designed to beat insomnia and help you fall asleep quickly every single night.
- SpotHero has really simplified the act of finding parking. I used to dread going to San Francisco just because of the lack of parking spots. With SpotHero I can book a spot in advance for a discounted price. It has worked really well every time I've used it. I love knowing that I have a parking spot waiting for me. I think it's a great app that really helps optimize space and parking without even having to build any infrastructure.
- Using Fellow.app has made my meetings 10X more effective as it encourages me to record action items as discussions evolve. It also helps me keep track of all my work interactions and exchange ongoing feedback with my co-workers. My favourite part? All the action items from my different meetings get centralized in one easy-to-read personal to-do list, so I remember what I promised other people on my team and can follow-up on the things they promised me.
- Maybe "changed my life" is going a bit far. But when you feel busy yet still want to feel like you're reading, Blinkist has been great so far for getting thin exposure on books that I can then decide whether or not I really want to take the time to actually read. It's a better hedge for understanding than simple summaries found on Amazon or just flat out purchasing the book and then never getting around to reading. I admit, it's a bit lazy because you can always make time and read. But like I said, if you're going through a busy period but still want to feel like you're reading, then Blinkist is great!