016. Productivity Apps Episode
In this episode, Leo and Erik talk about some of their favorite productivity tools and apps.
- We tested Alarmy and share our thoughts. This app was recommended to us more than once on r/productivity as a great way to jumpstart your day.
- We have our own subreddit now. Check out r/okproductive for more discussion about topics covered on our podcast, make recommendations, and get to know the hosts!
- Alfred - a fast and powerful command center/assistant on Apple products
Security and Privacy
- AdGuard - a really good way to block unwanted ads
- Encrypt.me - a simple, reliable, and secure VPN
- Adblock Plus - another great browser extension for blocking all the ads
- Avast - really good antivirus and web protect that runs on Macs and Windows
- KeePass - a file system for managing your passwords that is free and open source
- KeePass Tusk - a browser extension on Firefox and Chrome for auto-filling KeePass usernames and passwords
- Dropbox - securely sync files across all your computers
- GDrive - Google's place for creating and sharing files online and on your computer
- Adobe Creative Cloud - powerful tools for creating media
- Apple iCloud - store your photos and files easily from Apple devices
Notes and Tasks
- Bear - a focused writing app for Apple devices
- Todoist - an online todo list and task manager
- Google Docs - Google's tool for creating and editing online documents
- Grammarly - an online tool for checking your spelling and grammar
- Skyfonts - an easy way to search for and install fonts
- DND Me - do not disturb me. really, go away
- Rocket - a Mac app that makes it easy to add emoji wherever you're typing