What is your favorite app? Why do you love it? And if you get the chance to meet the developers of this app, what would you say to them? In the 25th annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple answers these questions in a video. The video features random people from all walks of life. They share what they think developers look like and the apps that they can’t live without.
If I were included in the video, I’d like to share two of the apps that I can’t live without. These apps also significantly improved my life.
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As most of you know, I am a huge fan of Evernote. It is one of the apps that increased my productivity in writing. I use it everyday. I started out with 2 notes; now, I have more than 800 individual notes. These notes contain my ideas for future blog posts, the projects I’m working on, and inspirational notes.
It is truly one of the apps that I can’t live without.
Other awesome things about Evernote:
- You can access it from any device.
- You can easily sync all your content.
- It’s free! But you can also upgrade to Premium if you want more features.
- It’s constantly updated.
Habit RPG iOs, Android, Web Version
This is one of the most recent apps that I’ve been using. Habit RPG is an app that turns your life into a video game. You become your own character. In order to level up, you have to add habits that you want to develop and tasks that you want to accomplish. Every time you accomplish a task, you get an XP, items, and gold. The more tasks you accomplish, the faster you level up. You can buy the gold you earn with equipment such as helmet, armor, and shield. You can also set real rewards such as cheesecake.
Honestly, this is one of my dream apps. As a gamification enthusiast, I’ve always wanted an app that will allow me to turn my life into a video game where I can level up and be rewarded when accomplishing missions in real life.
I’ve been using it to form healthy habits such as exercising everyday and eating more fruits and veggies. It also aids me in my freelance writing venture.
What about you guys? What are the apps that you can’t live without?
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