Which is the most useful mobile application that you use?

24 replies


Maxwell Davis
TweetStores - Launching 3rd February 🚀
Well aside from Product Hunt I'm assuming: If I go on screen time it's Whatsapp followed by Twitter and LinkedIn. But in terms of useful it's got to be Spotify - I listen to music most of the time and I'm an avid Podcast listener!
Harshit Beniwal
Designer @thursday.social
Things 3 by cultured code has been a useful utility on my phone since a long time now.
Ashit Vora
Co-founder at RaftLabs
@almost_designer, the UI of Things looks dope.
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Building mnd
iOS Shortcuts ))
CEO @ NoCodeFamily
@max15 any specific use cases?
Y Gao
software developer
Well, app store?
Louie Kangeter
Co-Founder at FanBasis
I think it's ClickUp for me. Great organizational tool!
Curious engineer.
My banking app, my Bitcoin wallet, Reddit, Twitter and Telegram.
Anil Meena
Building Pensil
Crypto Enthusiast
Founder & CEO of Quantrinsic
The browser
Akash Kori
Founder: Encome
Chief Inspiration Officer
By now, Notion mobile app has become a go-to for so many things. To the point where I have my personal account with my budget tracker, daily planner, to-do lists etc. And even a colab page with my husband's account where we keep a running grocery list and "movies to watch".
Sofya Narbut
Product Management & Design @ Aaply
Notes app is basically my calendar and small back-up brain
Ashit Vora
Co-founder at RaftLabs
PhonePe - it's for India only but I can do 90% of my online transactions - recharging my cellphone plan, paying my daughter's school fees, paying electricity, landline, broadband bills, book train & bus tickets. Anything you ask for is there on PhonePe.
Galia Ben David
Head of Support
An underrated app this the pomodoro! It's a super simple timer that goes on for 25 minutes of work and 5 minutes of rest. Especially working from home, it's so easy to break down work into smaller chunks, enabling you to actually focus while you're working! you can also customize the work and break times!
Ira GI
Technology girl, software development
Jake Gutstein
Founder @Zest + Passionate Home Cook
This is a great question! I feel like it often takes asking something like this to realize how few apps people tend to use. I'd say Notion, Spotify, Mint, Slack, Gmail (Uber and CitiBike are useful as well) Of course, also Apple's apps (such as Messages)
Jack taylor
I am a SEO freak.
most often uses google maps
Saqib Ali
A marketing enthusiast from next door.
I would say at this time and age, fintech apps are really making my life easier. The smart payment methods have literally changed the way I used to shop most of the times.
Product design and marketing guy
WhatsApp & WhatsResponse - helps me automate a lot of my whatsapp communication & chats. https://www.producthunt.com/post...