Tools/Apps I use regularly

Nov 30, 2021/ Updated: Jun 17, 2022

A list of tools and apps I use regularly on my macOS laptop. Everything from productivity and music apps to development tools. This list gets updated as I get recommendations, randomly find them online or peaked my interest on Product Hunt.

Productivity

Notion: An all-in-one workspace for note-taking, knowledge and data management, and project and task management.

Magnet: Makes it easy to resize windows and applications, either with customizable keyboard shortcuts or by dragging windows to the edge or corners of the display.

Raycast: Lets you control your tools with a few keystrokes. (replaces Spotlight)

Web Development

iTerm2: An open-source replacement for the macOS Terminal app. It's highly customizable and comes with a lot of useful features.

Visual Studio Code: Code editor.

Xcode Command Line Tools: Tools for software developers that run on the command line.

ohMyZsh: An open-source framework for managing your Zsh configuration. It comes bundled with thousands of helpful functions, helpers, plugins and themes.

Homebrew: Open-source software package management system that simplifies the installation of software via the command line.

Node Version Manager: Allows you to quickly install and use different versions of Node via the command line.

Github CLI: Brings GitHub to your terminal.

Other

Spotify: Music.

Slack: Communication platform. (I use it for work and online communities)

Discord: Communication platform. (I use it for tech communities like Next.js, Tailwind and Notion).

Monarch: A subscription-based platform to manage money and track expenses.