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Daily Apps and Hardware I use

I work on a computer daily, 7 days a week in fact. I turn on some way somehow every day. I also use a ton of software, apps, and services on a daily basis. I have used Windows PCs and Macs, iPhone and Android Phones, and I have used thousands of apps.

These are the apps, tools, and services I use daily (Updated October 2018).

Hardware

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I often stay up to date with the latest gadgets and hardware. I have tried to cut back on spending on gadgets but I still impulse buy sometimes. These are the devices I touch daily

  • iPhone 8
  • Macbook Pro (2016) – 8GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • Smart Home – Nest Thermostat, Nest Protect, August Smart Lock, Philips Hue
  • Apple Watch Series 1
  • Samsung 4k Monitor

Apps

These are the apps I rely on for staying productive and keeping myself sane. These are the top ones that I touch or use on a daily basis at work or at home.

  • Adobe Creative Cloud – Photoshop and Lightroom
  • Sketch
  • Flume
  • Tweetdeck
  • Slack
  • Gyroscope
  • Trello/Teamwork
  • 1Password
  • Skype
  • Google AdWords PowerEditor

Services

These are the services that I pay for or lean on to stay productive and keep my life in order

  • Amazon Prime
  • Creative Cloud
  • Hulu Live TV
  • Google Drive/Google Photo’s Storage
  • Lemonade – renters/home insurance
  • T-Mobile – phone service

Overall

I will update this list and improve upon it as new apps, services, and tools get added to my arsenal.

While I use these services on a daily basis, I am always looking for better options that will either cut costs or make my life easier. Creative Cloud, while powerful, is extremely expensive and eats up a ton of RAM on my Mac.

Tweet me with better options or services you use!

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