I’d be interested in people’s daily/weekly/monthly used apps, but it’s a bit narcissistic for me to want to post my own, and I’m not sure if the results are all that interesting. Kirk
Well, I think something like this could be interesting because it is the perfect stage for us to learn if there are alternative apps out there that would be fun, interesting and helpful. It is all too easy to get stuck in a way of working and to only use a set number of apps that you have used for many years, but it’s also likely that for every app you use, there is a better one out there.
Just like music, you probably have a set number of artists that are your favourites. But, if you somehow had the ability to listen to all of the music in the world, it is likely that you would have a whole new group of favourite artists overnight.
So, I will quickly run through the third-party apps that make my days easier-
Likely the most important app I use. I have had it installed on every iPhone I have owned and it helps to manage my finances in a very traditional, and highly visual, way. It has no downsides at all in my opinion.
It doesn’t get the amount of use it used to, but for me it is still a highly flexible note taker that offers something a little more than what you get elsewhere. Having said that, Apple Notes kills it for quick note taking and for the extra security.
I use the original version as opposed to the Cloud version and it has now taken over from my calendar as my main organisational tool. Absolutely love it.
Twitter is a mess on iOS, with Tweetbot it isn’t. If you use Twitter often, get this.
I have used this on my daily commute forever, and I have seen no other app that does a better job of organising podcasts and playing them than this one.
It’s not easy to get the original app anymore, which is simply brilliant, because TomTom is promoting the GO Mobile app instead which is simply awful!
So, that’s it really. These are the apps I use the most. What are yours and why?