What is the first app you download on a new device?

When you get a new device, what is the first app you download? For me, it's either Twitter or Snapchat.
Stefan TheofilosUI/UX Designer, Lucro Solutions · Asked

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Spotify

Any song. One tap away.

Jake Crump4Community Team with Product Hunt · Written
I listen to music and podcasts all day so this is essential for me to have from the very beginning. It was actually my first download on my new Pixel XL. Pretty much the only time I hit pause during a work day is for Product Hunt team meetings!
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Danny AzizI like to make things. · Written
I am trapped in the Spotify ecosystem. Not exactly a bad thing, regardless of the device I am using, I can have access to all my favourite songs and playlists AND with the ability to upload your own music from your hard drive and listen to it within the Spotify app, I'm never away from my songs. I am still trapped, however.
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Christie QuackenbushHQ Raleigh Events Manager! · Written
"Google, play every song I've ever wanted to hear that isn't Taylor Swift..."
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1Password 6

Locke Ann LoebbedGeeky graduate student · Written
Need I say more?
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MilesFull-stack developer · Written
The best password manager out there. Plus, I can't sign into anything without it 😄
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This is technically my second install but my most important since I need access to my passwords. Dropbox is my first install since I use it to sync my password vault.
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Mauricio BerlangaSoftware Developer · Written
Main source of communication for me.
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Magdalena BarronIntern, RocketMeetings · Written
Just a must for me
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TripToliManager, Triptoli · Written
Whatsapp was my first app too.
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Google Chrome

Julian YamanHobby developer · Written
Perfect for somebody who works on PC and on a mobile device. Connect it with your Google Account and it will synchronise your bookmarks and your history with your devices.
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Love twitter
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Slack

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

Paweł WaraksaProduct Designer / http://pawelwa.com/ · Written
Slack, it's a place where is my whole team.
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Dale Vivian RossPresident & CEO of Ross Squared · Written
I'm in quite a few teams. Strangely, my team doesn't feel the love for it as I do. Orlando Devs is the richest (most diverse) one I've found. Online Geniuses (most value) https://onlinegeniuses.com/
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Christie QuackenbushHQ Raleigh Events Manager! · Written
Slack is everything text wasn't and email wished it could be!
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Inbox by Google

Next generation inbox

If you're a gmail user, the Inbox app by Google for iPhone is great. Simple design and great reminder/notification system.
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Andreas Wagnerlooking for..........😎 · Written
Without it email isn't simple....
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Fabrizio BianchiDigital Campaign Coordinator @ Sodexo · Written
This is the only app I can stand handling email with.
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Julian YamanHobby developer · Written
Sharing Pictures with other people and friends is amazing, too! You can follow some amazing profiles or companies and get new pictures of new stuff.
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Kevin LouBusiness Development, Beacon · Written
This is the first non-work app that I install on new devices - I'm a sucker for beautiful content
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Dale Vivian RossPresident & CEO of Ross Squared · Written
I took a while to get started but this is now a big part of me. A picture tells a thousand words.
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Kumar LouhitFounder, Spontie, Inc · Written
I extensively use Dropbox, it helps me keep my files and my team in sync.
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Cindy Osborne"Because I said so" is a valid reason. · Written
Thus far no cloud works as smoothly as DropBox. All my devices access it as "just another folder," exactly as they should.
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Andreas Wagnerlooking for..........😎 · Written
So far I didn't have and problems!
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Telegram Messenger

Whatsapp-esque messaging app but open, cloudbased, encrypted

The #1 communicating platform for me, love this thing.
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Joel JohnFounder of Worldly Exposure · Written
Much better than Whatsapp because of a native desktop app, makes cross-platform messaging seamless. Great for sending files/photos as well - no size limits!
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Mohammed RafyCommunity Manager at DoSelect, Inc · Written
This is the one.
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Google Authenticator

2-Step Verification for extra security.
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Andreas Wagnerlooking for..........😎 · Written
A must....
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Setapp

Get dozens of curated Mac apps in a single subscription

astlockTechOps @macpaw @setapp · Written
Access to over 70 top-tier applications all in one place with one easy sign-up and download.
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Kristofer™Founder @ Lamplighter Labs. #7 on PH. · Written
Everyone here just lied.
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Dale Vivian RossPresident & CEO of Ross Squared · Written
I'd want to say Bible but the truth is Facebook has my richest and most diverse audience with which I've had the most engagement. Scrabble communities, Groups for various interests and lots more.
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Snapchat 6.1

New Smart Filters, Replay, Front-Facing Flash & More.

Tristan IshamCo-Founder of Cloudy · Written
It's the best way to stay in contact with my age group, Sheree immediate life, and just generally express a more real self.
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jacilynCivil Engr & Flatiron Web Dev. Student · Written
Immediate entertainment + communication
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Evernote

Note taking gets even simpler

Niv Dror3Writer/Social Editor @ProductHunt · Written
This is especially true to Mac, ad one of the first on any new device! (other than Twitter and 1Password)
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Dale Vivian RossPresident & CEO of Ross Squared · Written
This is my life. So many truths to be explored
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Mujtaba AzimDigital Marketer / Full Stack Developer · Written
Life , sorted
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Trello

Organize anything, together

Julian YamanHobby developer · Written
It is very good for people who want to work mobile and do some project management stuff. So this is why I recommend Trello.
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Andreas Wagnerlooking for..........😎 · Written
Very smart & helpful
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Microsoft Outlook for iOS

Official Microsoft Outlook app designed for iPhone and iPad

Akshay BharwaniJust a Student, for now. · Written
The first thing I do: Sync all my contacts and my calendar through Outlook. And not to mention one of the best apps for Mail IMO.
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Inspiration and infographics!
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Jessica RamirezCommunity, Communication & Compassion · Written
Pinterest gives me a time out. I make sure to time myself (7 minutes for me) and call it "Meditat-rest".
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Tweetbot 4

The Twitter app w/ personality, reimagined for iOS 9 & iPad

TonMac'aholic · Written
This. Lifeline to friends and collegues far far away. Plus the already mentioned 1Password. None of my iOS devices start up without these.
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Required for everything else
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