What is the best paid application you use?

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  1. Christopher TuckerI'm student. Freelancer. Β· Written
    I usually don't buy apps unless I'm really interested in the paid features, and NoteLedge Pro is one of the few paid apps that I actually use fairly often and I'm satisfied with it so far. I've never been a note-taker, but NoteLedge makes it kind of fun because it lets you stay creative and expressive. Besides just typing up text, you're able to use various paper styles, pens, add stickers, embed videos and add other graphics/media and use a stylus for handwritten notes. I have to take a lot of notes at school, so having an app like this makes it both easier and more enjoyable.
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    Brittany PayneSenior Software Developer Β· Written
    I've been using this app for the last year, paying for the full version for the last six months, and have no regrets so far. It's well designed, practical and makes me a more efficient person in many regards when it comes to notes.
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    Georgia EvansMarketing Coordinator Β· Written
    Love this app and I'm paying for it because the featured tools are quite cool (sketching, drawing, handwriting features). It opens up my creative sides, so paying for it is worth it to me.
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    Sketch 3

    Professional digital design for Mac.

    Chris Messina12#1 Product Hunter! πŸ† ko-fi.com/chris Β· Written
    Sketch has revolutionized design process and execution in the mobile era. Well worth the price of admission.
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    Ayush Mittal29Head Of Digital Communications Β· Written
    Agree! I use Sketch for everything design.
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    janniksSoftware Engineer, Innsbruck Β· Written
    Sketch is probably the best thing to happen in design, since design! πŸ’Ž
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  3. Mike Coutermarsh76Used to build Product Hunt. Now GitHub Β· Written
    So so useful! Keeps you safe + saves you time. I remember being a bit hesitant when first buying it. Wasn't sure if it was worth it. IS ABSOLUTELY worth it. Especially now with touch id, making getting a password so much faster.
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  4. 22
    Alfred 3

    The Mac's best launcher just got a whole lot better

    Chris Messina12#1 Product Hunter! πŸ† ko-fi.com/chris Β· Written
    I use Alfred probably every 5th keystroke on my Mac. Well worth funding the development of this essential app.
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  5. 22
    Spotify

    Any song. One tap away.

    Perfect music companion and podcasts are getting better too.
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    Chris DanielsVisual Designer Β· Written
    I find Spotify music discovery better than others.
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  6. 20
    Todoist

    Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.

    Giacomo LawranceAuthor of thenerdystudent.com Β· Written
    A simple, sleek but powerful-under-the-hood task manager. I can manage my tasks across all devices, offline and online - there is even a web client!
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  7. 17
    LastPass

    Newly launched Mac OS X integration for password management

    Emily MillerGot App? => DiscoveringApps.com Β· Written
    The paid version for mobile is awesome.
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    I *just* started using this and it is just so nice!
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  8. 15
    The Noun Project for Mac

    Building a visual language of icons anyone can understand

    Ayush Mittal29Head Of Digital Communications Β· Written
    Another one!
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  9. 12
    CleanMyMac 3

    Clean, optimize, and maintain your Mac.

    Jeff DashleyWeb Designer/Developer Β· Written
    I'm always happy with most of MacPaw's apps, especially CleanMyMac. Keeps everything tidy, looks good, and their support is always quick and kind. Gemini is pretty great too.
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  10. Ryan AbramsDirector of Marketing @ InfiniGrow Β· Written
    Ummm....it's Netflix, enough said :-)
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    Apple Music

    All the ways you love music. All in one place.

    Kesava Mandiga15Curious cat. Writer. Explorer. Β· Written
    The only app/service I pay for. Makes music discovery easy and it's cheap!
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  12. 7
    Bubble

    Build a fully functional web app without any code

    Ayush Mittal29Head Of Digital Communications Β· Written
    One of the best paid applications I use to make more web applications.
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  13. 5
    Evernote

    Note taking gets even simpler

    Giacomo LawranceAuthor of thenerdystudent.com Β· Written
    Such a great tool - I store all my important things in Evernote - it's great!
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  14. pherkanproduct designer at envision | Β· Written
    Not really an app.. but paying for iCloud is/was definitely a great choice.
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  15. 5
    Recruitee

    A fast, easy, collaborative hiring tool

    Beth Hudson4Social Media Marketer, Recruitee Β· Written
    Recruitee is an ATS (Applicant Tracking System) that comes in different packages dependent on how many active jobs or talent pools you want to have. I work with them and also highly recommend them for any size company/agency with any budget. Here's a quick rundown of the features and what the software can do for your recruitment process and overall work environment: - Jobs management - You can post to a bunch of job boards from one platform, create a screening survey, tweak job description templates, manage the hiring workflow, and more. - Candidate management - Keep track and organize all candidate information in one place, including engagements with candidates, CVs/resumes/etc. - Talent management - Even if you're not actively hiring, you can keep talent pools with potential connections for quick outreach later. - Team management - Collaborative hiring is a tactic that is being used more and more. Recruitee lets unlimited users use the platform for no extra fee. There are team notes, collaborative rating and ranking of candidates, and access-based roles so everyone can get in on the hiring and sourcing process. Here's a free trial to check out if you're a recruiter/employer and are interested: https://recruitee.com/signup
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  16. Daniel MarcinkowskiContent Marketing Manager at ACELR8 Β· Written
    The best Twitter client ever made.
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    Ulysses III

    A powerful writing tool for Mac, iPad, and iPhone

    S-M RobinsonCreative Director Β· Written
    The best digital writing tool ever created. Polished and perfect. All they really need to add is collaboration tools.
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    Workflowy

    Turn your entire life into a list.

    Raman ShalupauMaker @ CryptoJobsList.com Β· Written
    I use it to manage my brain, my work and my life. For todos, projects, ideas and notes. Killer!
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    Tempad

    Subscription-Free, Synced & Secured Markdown Notes.

    Pavel B.Front-End Engineer / Product Designer Β· Written
    Pavel B. made this product
    An affordable alternative to macOS notes with Markdown and sync without iCloud lock-in, so you can access your data beyond macOS and iOS.
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  20. 1
    Pocket Casts

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

    Aishwarya Hariharan3Marketing at Freshworks Β· Written
    It's a one-time purchase but it's beautifully designed and more importantly, it thrills me every time I open it to listen to something new. P.S - The voice boost feature is the best feature eva.
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