You can find the productivity tools/applications that I use everyday.
Notion / Free / notion.so
There are tons of task management, note-taking apps in the market, but Notion is different. It gives you a highly customizable tool that you can create your own pages, own task management and own database for storing things. Despite, I am using Jira and Confluence at work, for all the other things I use Notion.
Cron / Free / cron.com
I attend 5+ online meetings and manage two calendars every day. Cron is the perfect solution for combining everything in a beautiful UI and UX. It also has a fantastic menubar add-on to show your upcoming meetings. I hope in the near future they will develop an iOS application to complete the experience.
Raycast / Free / raycast.com
Spotlight is one of the main features I like on macOS, and Raycast is a great tool for enhancing the Spotlight experience! Although I am using only the 20% of the application, it feels super productive.
CleanShot X / Paid / cleanshot.com
The average tech people take 10 screenshots per day in average. Native macOS screenshot feature is good, but you should try CleanShot X, it is a super app that you screenshot, annotate on the screenshot and record a short video of your screen.
BetterTouchTool / Paid / folivora.ai
I started to tweak my Macs back in 2009 and BettrTouchTool is one of the applications that I used continuously since then. Thanks to lots of customization that I make over the years, I struggle to use somebody else's Mac 😅
Paw / Paid / paw.cloud
I know everyone loves Postman, and it is kind of industry standard now. But I am actively using Paw for 3 years for API testing, and it never let me down, It has all the important features that I use plus it comes with a fantastic UI.
Fig / Free / fig.io
We all spend hours to customize our terminal experience by installing lots of applications and themes. I haven't gone deep into Fig yet, but it has the most basic function of autocomplete terminal commands, plugin store and dotfiles sync service.
Setapp / Paid / setapp.com
I am using Setup since they launched their product, you can get most of the applications listed above by getting a Setapp membership.
iTerm2 / Free / iterm2.com
The macOS terminal is good, but not enough for customizations. So like everyone else I am using iTerm2.
Visual Studio Code / Free / code.visualstudio.com
No introductions needed.
Figma / Free / figma.com
No introductions needed, either.
Brave Browser / Free / brave.com
The browser is the most used application in every computer. Brave is Chromium based, so you can use all Chrome features. But it is lightweight and privacy preserving, unlike Chrome. Also, it is great for web3 people.