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What are the top 5 mobile apps that you use every day?

Bobby Iliev
I am a professional System Administrator with a demonstrated history of working in the internet industry. I am an avid Linux lover and supporter of the open-source movement philosophy.
Originally published at devdojo.com ・2 min read

There is a huge number of useful apps you can download. They could make your day more organized, better planed, less stressful. Besides, they would save you time. Here are my TOP 5 applications I use the most on my smartphone.

Headspace

Headspace is a guide to mindfulness for everyday life.
There are hundreds of guided meditations on everything from managing stress and anxiety to sleep, focus, and mind-body health.

Headspace includes short 3-minute meditation sessions, which can fit into your busy daily schedule.

The app includes a lot of guided meditations on subjects like focus, exercise, and sleep.

Notion

Notion is a note taking app. It is an application that provides components such as databases, kanban boards, wikis, calendars, and reminders. You can connect these components to create your own systems for knowledge management, note-taking, and etc.

The app can be considered as an all-in-one workspace for note-taking, knowledge and data management, project, and task management.

The tool helps you to schedule tasks, manage files, save documents, and set a reminder for the weekly schedule, enabling you to organize your work.

Podcasts

Podcasts have been a big part of my daily routine. It is a great way to gather new ideas while stuck in traffic, making dinner, washing the dishes, or walking in the park.

I use the Apple podcasts app, but there are a lot of other apps out there.

Some of my favourte non-tech podcasts series are:

Daily Yoga

Daily Yoga, an app that offers interactive Yoga workouts. It is focused on providing intuitive and comprehensive yoga training for everyone.

There are more than 100 yoga and meditation classes to help people from all levels. Besides that, there are a series of beginner-friendly tutorials to help you find a different and better self in only two weeks.

As I work on a desk, and I often have back pain, this app helps me to stretch the muscles and to relieve that pressure from the stressful day.

Spending tracker

Spending Tracker is a personal finance app.

I am trying to save money every month. Likewise, for me, it's essential to track my money and manage the expenses. With this app, I can stick and easily manage my budget. I also could see how much I spent last year and easily compare every week, month, or year.

I am curious to hear what are the top apps that you use every day?

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Yogi
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Discord
  • Notion
  • Hey email

IK it's a bit unproductive 😅 Most of my productivity apps are on my MacBook

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Bobby Iliev Author

I actually had to delete my Twitter app as it was consuming too much of my time 😁

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alexcraigos • Edited

A well-designed mobile app can perform activities a lot faster than a versatile site. Applications typically store their information locally on cell phones, rather than large sites workers. I used many apps daily like,Facebook,Twitter, Truthinequity and Youtube.

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colarmichel476

I used many apps daily like:
Facebook
Clear retainer
Youtube

I literally used mostly Facebook.

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Aditya Saxena
  1. LinkedIn
  2. Telegram
  3. Google news
  4. ExpressVpn
  5. Amazon prime apps
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Paolo E Basta
  • gmail
  • chrome
  • telegram
  • soundcloud
  • eset mobile security
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danialmicheal7

Many Mobile Apps which I used in daily life. According to Aaron Lal, there are five top mobile apps in 2021:
Instagram
Netflix
Youtube
Dropbox
Seamless

These apps have very huge popularity in June, 2021.

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michalmax

I am a pigeon lover and most of the time I spend with my pigeons after that I love to share my experience with others. I share my experience with other with the help of Pigeon Master website.

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michalmax

As a musician I love to listen songs and read about musical instruments on different platforms.
I mostally use Soundcloud, the music insight
, youtube. Please recommend me some more websites or apps from where I can listen songs and read articles abour muscial instruments. Thank You :)

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Dominik Halfkann • Edited
  • NotePlan 3 (used for digital bullet journaling)
  • stoic.
  • YouTube
  • Apollo for Reddit
  • DEV? 😀
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Bobby Iliev Author

I haven't used the DEV mobile app actually, been using the web app quite a while though. Are you happy with the mobile app?

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Dominik Halfkann

Yes, for reading, searching and typing comments it’s great. I think it offers the same functionality as the website. I turn notifications off like with most of my apps, so I don’t get distracted from work. Has been a great experience so far.

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Margo McCabe

Spotify, Instagram, Twitter, Slack, and maybe a game like Wordscapes 😄

I'll definitely check out Daily Yoga! I use the Obe Fitness app for my virtual yoga classes.

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Bobby Iliev Author

Daily Yoga has actually been the very first yoga app that I've tried, and I've used it ever since :D maybe there are some better ones out there, but I've been quite happy, so I never thought of trying others out.

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Margo McCabe

Awesome, so glad to hear it!

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joephill11

Twitter
Feedly
Facebook
Pocket casts
YouTube

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Bobby Iliev Author • Edited

Just installed Feedly!

Pocket casts seems pretty cool too, might give it a try

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joephill11

i have tried other podcast apps and pocket casts is my go to now. i dont know how i went without a RSS reader before its so convenient to have everything in one place

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Mirco

Pocket Casts
Spotify
Signal
Mail
Safari

:-)

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Boris Jamot ✊ /

ProtonMail
Bitwarden
Fedilab
AntennaPod
FreshRSS

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Bobby Iliev Author

ProtonMail seems very cool!

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aneebaali

gmail
whatsapp
facebook
kelectric bill check
twitter
Call Of Duty Mobile
Insta