What productivity apps do you use?

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    Hi guys. What productivity apps do you usually use? Thanks! ;)

    I'll just share some of my commonly used mac and mobile apps:
    • Good Task 3
    • Fantastical
    • Be Focused Pro
    • Gestimer
    • Trello
     
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    MoneyWiz for finances
    Dropshare for sharing large files
    Ulysses for writing and tasks completion and tracking
    Harvest for time tracking and Invoicing
    CleanMyMac X for tuning my macs
    and many more
    GitFox for git code tracking

    I am subscribed to setapp, and some of the apps above makes it worth the subscription.

    here check it out. https://go.setapp.com/invite/xjmsrybi
     
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    Oh a programmer/developer like me. Just use Git Fork(free and just like GitFox layout) to save money. Also VS Code with Git Lens plugin. Setapp subscription is also expensive (or I'm just cheap lol).
    I'm not a fan of subscription based.

    For Ulysses, I just use combination of Bootsnote and MS OneNote to be free hehe.
     
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    I use HomeBudget for iOS and Mac.
     
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    loved moneywiz, so might as well use the apps included on setapp.

    Yes I am all for free, but there are things that deserve the paid subscription. helps developers like us.
     
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    Not mac related. But for Project Management, My team and I use FreedCamp.

    great interface and its free for small teams.
     
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    Haven't heard of FreedCamp but will definitely check it out.

    I recently discovered ClickUp PMS. It is my personal project management system and the UI is very good than Teamwork Projects.
    But I just use the free version 100 MB max attachments. The next paid tier is 3k+ annual. I need to be cheap right now hehe saving up for iPhone 12 Pro Max (or the biggest iPhone 12)

    My finance app HomeBudget does not have a online bank sync. So I just update it manually hehe. You get what you pay for hehe since it is cheap :rolleyes:
     
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