I test/download a ton of mobile apps, desktop apps, and I register for a lot of online services both free and paid (mostly trials).
There are some AMAZING tools and resources out there. I use many of them to simplify some area of my life rather that is to-do lists, social media sharing, health & fitness, and most importantly continued growth and education.
This list is not all-inclusive. However, the apps listed here are my daily use and ‘must-have’ apps on my phone or personal/work computer. For the full list CLICK HERE
LAST UPDATED: August 2019
One of the best website hosting and development platforms on the internet. Sites built with Squarespace are highly styled and don’t fit the look and feel of every type of market but makes the design aspect very easy for anyone wanting to create their own website or blog.
A great and inexpensive domain registration site. If you are interested in buying your own web address, I highly recommend hover. They are very flexible and have free additional features that allow you to take full control of your online home and links used to manage your presence.
Used to collect and organize official documentation, reference manuals, and white-papers to be reviewed offline on tablet or phone if needed. A great solution for storing and recovering position specific content for doing your job role.
Use to collect news stories, tech articles, and blog posts to be viewed offline or at a later time. Similar to Instapaper by providing an infinite archive and tagging solution for tracking and organizing content that you want to review by cant right at the moment.
Organize, collect, and discover topics by aggregating sources into a single application. Search for and add feeds by category or manually enter blog RSS feeds and organize by content type. Articles can be shared or saved to read later.