I wanted to write a quick post on the focus of the blog going forward. Last year, I was inspired by a few of my productivity heroes to write about productivity instead of just apps. I thought it was a perfect opportunity to expand my reach and grow the blog beyond what it had become.
When we think about iOS automation these days, we tend to think about Workflow.app, which is the most powerful and full-featured example of what a talented team of developers can do within the limitations of iOS. It is rightfully the King of Automation on iOS.
I have had write post about Workflow in my OmniFocus list for weeks now. Looks like I am too late. Apple has acquired WorkflowHQ.
Getting to bed earlier has had a very profound effect on my productivity systems and productivity in general.
I recently overhauled my productivity system.
So as promised, I am penning the second part to my best Mac productivity apps of 2016. So without further ado, let’s get into it.
The end of the year is here and with that comes end of year mac app roundup posts of the best apps for productivity, games, and other popular app genres.
Siri for Mac is worthless for people with MacBook Pros with limited storage.
Are you still using IFTTT recipes? I am.
Top iOS productivity apps for fall 2016.
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