This course has plenty of productivity tips and tricks for all task management users - not just Things users!
Apollo for Reddit
My favourite Reddit app.
This is much prettier than the iOS contacts app and allows me to add social media profiles much more easily. I also really like the Birthdays tab which gives me a good overview - much better than cluttering up my calendar where I'll ignore them!
Coda by Panic
Whenever I want to edit a file on one of my servers on iOS this is the app I go to, everytime.
A podcast that started out as being for independent workers, and has since transitioned into a productivity focused show - Mike and David share how they get things done.
A great app for finding GIFs and it’s an iMessage app too!
HomePass for HomeKit
Those codes on HomeKit devices are never in convenient spots - especially the ones you need to plug in to set up. HomePass alleviates that frustration and gives you a safe spot to store the info!
Integromat is a more visual version of Zapier or IFTTT, and branching or multiple actions is available in all of their plans.
iTunes Volume Control
Not being able to control my iTunes volume with my keyboard drives me insane. I'm still not sure why Apple decided to do that, but thankfully there are people out there who dislike this "feature" as much as I do and wrote a little menu bar app to fix it!
An extremely useful utility for seeing how JSON is structured and copying keys - I use this all the time when working with dictionaries in Shortcuts.
This is basically the app on the Mac on the Mac if you want to automate things. It has dozens of triggers to run your Macros and hundreds of actions to execute.
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Kindle Oasis E-reader
I love to read and this is my favourite kindle so far.
Mac Power Users
This podcast was my gateway drug into the world of people sitting behind their microphones helping others.
This free course is a short collection of videos about Drafts which is a great intro to both iOS and macOS apps.
MacSparky Hazel Field Guide
If I hadn't watched this field guide I feel like my use of Hazel would be practically non-existant. This application is very helpful but seeing David break down the use cases and how they work really inspired me and helped me get it all set up.
MacSparky Keyboard Maestro Field Guide
If you want to learn about Keyboard Maestro this is an excellent way to do it.