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My top 9 apps for productivity

My top 9 apps for productivity

In this article, I dive deep into the top 9 apps that increase ways for me to be more productive at my job. Let's jump right into it

1: WhatsApp
WhatsApp is my number one productivity tool. From sending updates to my clients to confirming a scheduled meeting, to announcing new product upgrades, WhatsApp has done me good.

2: Google docs
Being a Linux user, I have failed to get the right office application that is compatible with other versions on Windows, Mac, and Android, so I resorted to using Google docs and it has served me well. Google docs have other advantages like cross-platform edit, collaboration and many more.

3: Trello
Confession: I’ve used Trello since 2014 and I love its simple interface and the ability to color-code. It’s an excellent tool both for individuals who want a little help keeping track of their to-do lists and also for project management. I’ve personally used it for both and have never had a complaint.

4: Grammarly
I use this application to check my blog posts and book chapters for typos and spelling mistakes. The premium version of Grammarly has powerful features that also help you to improve your writing skills.

It provides several editing recommendations such as avoiding passive voice, using shorter sentences, alternative word suggestions for using a broader vocabulary, and so on. Many of these features are also invaluable when you need to trim your word count.

5: Canva
I am a huge fan of the social network Instagram and I tend to post there most often, that's where Canva comes in. Canva is an online photo editing tool that is packed with a ton of features.

6: Google Analytics
If you have a website of any form and you have not heard about this platform, may the good Lord extend his mercy. Google Analytics is a free website analytics service offered by Google that gives you insights into how users find and use your website. With Google Analytics, you can track ROI for your online marketing.

7: Gmail
Short for Google Mail, Gmail is a free service provided by Google that enables users to send and receive e-mail over the Internet, and there are a few reasons this app is on this list.
1: A very intuitive user interface, very simple to use
2: Security. Gmail a virus scanner that scans every incoming and outgoing email so you are always safe.
3: Ability to send huge files, this is possible with the integration of Google drive.

8: Built with
I bet you haven't heard of this great tool unless you are a great artist (according to the famous painter Pablo Picasso's definition ). Built with is a web technology information profiler tool that you can use to find out what a website of your interest is built with.

9: Roundee
Roundee is a video conferencing platform designed to be easily adaptable to any working environment, helping users maximize online meetings with powerful features on top of video conferencing, such as recording and transcription. A great tool for hosting video calls for up to 32 people.

The wrap
I know you might be wondering, Humphrey, you run a business, right? How come there is nothing about financial management?
Well, here it is, I am very pooooooor when it comes to that area, so I delegated that part of my business and my life, to one person I know is the best at it, my wife Emmah. She handles everything in that area, all I do is review reports and help her come up with the weekly and monthly budgets and boy oooh boy, have I seen development.

Comment below if you would like to see her top productive apps, otherwise, I hope you have gained value and I will see you in my next one.