What are the best digital nomad tools?

Looking for handy tips on becoming a nomad and getting started, would love any apps, books or tool recommendations!
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  1. Alejandro DΓ­az
    Alejandro DΓ­azSr Developer, AndCo Β· Written
    Excellent guidelines for digital nomads.
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    Mario Gabriele
    Mario Gabriele8Future of Work Β· Written
    Super helpful how-to. Beautiful design as well!
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    Nomad List 2.0

    Find the best cities to live and work remotely

    Ayush Mittal
    Ayush Mittal27bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Compare local living costs of different locations - also includes information on weather & safety. The filters let one filter from a region, time of the year, living cost, air quality and much more.
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    Circuit

    Make your teamwork better

    Philipp Bohn
    Philipp Bohn4VP Circuit and CEO blueKiwi software Β· Written
    Philipp Bohn made this product
    One app to collaborate with your team anywhere: Voice, video, screenshare, team chat, files and communities. Free version includes unlimited messages and all real-time capabilities, for browser, desktop and mobile apps πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»
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    Use it daily in my company work team collaboration and 1:1 communication. Very intuitive. Excellent Quality. Circuit replaced my internal e-mails and my desk telephone, through its Telephony Connectors.
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    Circuit combines all the necessary features into 1 single app. It gives me the ability to manage my tasks wherever I am. What I love the most there are the emojis.
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    Nomo FOMO

    Get notified when travel plans overlap with your friends

    Taylor Evans
    Taylor EvansSwimming, my pups.. life is good! Β· Written
    As nomads, we're always meeting very interesting people who are always on the road (like us!) so it gets hard to strengthen those relationships. Nomo FOMO allows you to keep up with all of their travel and get notified when you'll be in the same place again so you can meet up. You can also see who's been to the places you're going to so you can get recommendations! And if you don't know where to go next, you can use the map or feed to see who you could fly off to meet with next.
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    Work Hard Anywhere

    The best laptop-friendly cafes and workspaces

    Arne Hendriksen
    Arne HendriksenDesigner, developer & maker Β· Written
    Great app for finding the best places to work from!
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    • Zee
      ZeeCofounder @ Sayar Care

      It's a very useful app. Great locations, and has the perfect information listed.

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    DESTIGOGO | Travel tool

    Discover the best travel destinations based on your budget!

    Thomas Whitaker
    Thomas WhitakerProduct Manager Β· Written
    Beautiful UI, shows you where you can travel on a certain budget
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    • Antoine FrΓ©dΓ©ric
      Antoine FrΓ©dΓ©ricproductivity expert

      Destigogo could be a powerful tool to find travels for a cheap price. But unfortunaly, the website is full of bugs, like EVERYWHERE. That's horrible.

      - The header with the logo is too large, so it's impossible to use the buttons ... I needed to delete the code for the header by inspecting the elements (right click)

      - Can't see the results for the changed date. When I change the date, it finds many destinations but i can't close the window ... REALLY ???

      - Same thing for the duration of the travel. There are results, but I can't see them because of the window ...

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      So please, if you care about Destigogo do something about those bugs !! Your tool is totally useless at this moment because of them.

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    Blue Jeans

    #1 cloud-based video conferencing service

    Susie Concannon πŸ¦„
    Susie Concannon πŸ¦„Social Media @ eyeo/Adblock Plus Β· Written
    Great for keeping in touch with colleagues and clients, especially for conference calls. It also has a Google Calendar integration.
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    • gusepo
      gusepoTech and design enthusiast

      It allows to make high quality meetings with many people connecting from computer, smartphone or regular phones. It allows to save video call. The only thing I don't like is the limited setting when using 2 screens, it is hard to set it properly to have people faces in 1 screen and slides in the other.

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  8. Great for finding coworking spaces because working from coffee shops is only good up to a certain point. The platform is just so easy to use, it's a no-brainer.
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    Workfrom 2.0

    Discover where people are working remotely in a city

    Ayush Mittal
    Ayush Mittal27bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Find the best coffee shops, bars, coworking and other work-friendly spaces with WiFi and power. They also have a Slack Connect where one can chat and collaborate with over 1300 remote workers around the globe.
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    WeWork App

    The platform for creators (by WeWork coworking space)

    If you need somewhere to use as workspace, in your next stop. You can also access the community discuss ideas, find or list opportunities, book conference rooms, workspace, and more.
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  11. Ashish Gulhati
    Ashish GulhatiIndependent inventor and hacker Β· Edited
    Ashish Gulhati made this product
    Noodle Pi is a tiny full-featured handheld computer that's perfect as a travel / backup computer. It can be used in 7+ configurations, from handheld to wearable to full desktop. No hassle at security or with "large electronics" bans. Charges from 5V USB which is much more often available on flights / trains / buses than AC power. WiFi, Bluetooth, USB and HDMI out.. connect to any TV and add a Bluetooth keyboard to turn it into a full desktop computer. Runs full GNU/Linux so all major apps are available - Firefox, Thunderbird, LibreOffice, etc. For those rightly concerned about device privacy at borders, just slip the MicroSD card out of Noodle Pi and secure that somewhere - Noodle Pi itself has no data on it. It's all in the MicroSD card! That also means multiple people can use the same Noodle Pi, just by having their own MicroSD cards. And.. also comes in an "Unsnoopable" version for super high privacy protection! Lots more info on Kickstarter page: http://kck.st/2u3aPID
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    Moving Nomads

    Mobile tips platforms for Digital Nomads

    Shashwat Pradhan
    Shashwat PradhanCEO/Founder @emberify Β· Written
    Shashwat Pradhan made this product
    Tips to help you find the best WiFi cafes, co-working spaces, sim cards & connect with other Digital Nomads
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    • Highly recommend for anyone who loves to travel or someone who wants all of their traveling research in one simple app. Love it!

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  13. Enterprising Josh made this product
    Bitrix24 is amazing and totally free for digital nomads. Imagine Asana + Trello +Dropbox +Slack in one. That's Bitrix24. It has time tracking, quotes, invoicing and client management as well.
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    Hitlist 3.0

    Plan, share, and book trips with friends

    Gillian Morris made this product
    Disclosure: I'm the founder. You can browse flights by interest (good places for surfing, best cities for singles :), etc. We have nearly a million people including many digital nomads using Hitlist to find cheap flights, whether they're traveling long term or working remotely for a couple weeks.
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    • Bart van Poll
      Bart van PollCo-founder @spottedbylocals

      I fly a lot, but I'm not rich. Why is it so difficult to find cheap flights and why does it seem like airlines don't apply any logic to their fares at all? Hitlist has already saved me many hours of checking airfares online. I get notified whenever an interesting fare comes up for a destination that's on my wishlist. Hitlist works better for me than Hopper.

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