My daily-use headphones for podcasts, audiobooks and music
The best podcast app.
Why I Still Use Overcast
My favorite tool for personal organization on iOS, watchOS and Mac.
Switching from Omnifocus
When I write things in a notebook, I use this one.
When I write with a pen, I use this one.
Worn daily for activity, notifications, weather and more
My Review (Original Version)
Our family computer.
My secondary headphones for coffee shops and travel
My daily driver and the center of my technology ecosystem
This mid-2015 model is my work computer.
My Everyday Carry
I love learning about what other people carry around every day. I think it’s a fascinating way to see into another person’s life, so I thought it’d be fun to share a bit of myself in that way.
My favorite read it later tool.
My Review (Old Version)
A beautiful tool for meditation and mindfulness.
A browser for the English language. I use this almost daily.
The VPN I happily use.
A great app I use for math and science continued learning.
My primary Twitter app for iOS and Mac
iOS Review Mac Review
Nearly all of my writing is done in this app.
My Review (Older Version)
My favorite weather app for iOS, I use this daily on my watch and phone.
The GTD todo app for iOS, watchOS and macOS that I used for years.
How I Keep Track of My Life
I use this to put screenshots in iPhone frames on the fly.
An incredibly powerful automation on iOS, I use Workflow every day.
5 of My Favorite Workflows
What I use for package tracking on iOS and Mac.
The password manager I use for me and my family on iOS and Mac.
An extremely powerful long-form research and writing tool.
A thoughtfully designed Bible app I use on iOS.
Where I buy and listen to audiobooks.
Why & How I Listen to Audiobooks
20 Incredible iPhone Apps
Here it is, a list of my favorite iPhone apps. I chose 20 of the most interesting apps on my phone, while excluding big name apps like Twitter, YouTube and WhatsApp.
I use this for email on my laptop. (I use Gmail on iOS)
Cinch brings the Windows 7 snap feature to Mac.
I use Omnigraffle weekly to quickly make nice looking process workflows.
I've been using Bartender to organize my Mac's menu bar for years now.
Quitter is a Mac app that automatically hides or quits apps after periods of inactivity.
Alfred replaces Spotlight Search for me. It's super powerful, and I should probably write about it.
My favorite SQL database management app for Mac.
The best UX/UI design tool for Mac.
Slack-style emoji everywhere on your Mac.
A great way to manage your colors across apps on your Mac.
I keep my data safe and backed up automatically with Backblaze.
Automation of files and folders on my Mac.
System monitoring in the Today View on my Mac.
An incredibly good RSS reader for iOS and Mac.
20 Incredible Mac Apps
As the year comes to an end, I'm looking through my applications folder and making a list of the Mac apps that I am most happy to use. My list came to 20, and I ordered them from the cheapest to the most expensive.