Unlike macOS (and even now Windows), Linux has always had the bad reputation of being ugly. Which is not true if you ask me, but not totally wrong either. I've recently switched to elementary OS and deeply customized it with GTK themes, icon packs - you name it - but I'm still using a few apps that are painfully ugly. I'd be happy to know which new apps (or even alternatives) you'd recommend.
- The Linux Desktop App is clean and can be used offline as well. Organize anything you want - shopping list, plan your next trip, manage projects,... With the App, I can use Shortcuts which makes it even easier to use. There are a lot of features but you just see them, when you need them;) And you are able to change the background!
- Mobile security is more and more important nowadays, that’s why I think no matter who you are, what you do. You will need an app to protect your phone! I am using this app called ‘AppLock’, which is amazing because it can lock all of my apps, images even videos. This app is always on my list when it comes to app recommendation. The one thing that I like the most about this app is that it can take photos of the person who’s trying to unlock your phone! This feature is really funny because I always got the intruder selfie notification from my kids. They are trying really hard to unlock my phone for video games. If you are a cautious people, you really do need one of this app.