You Probably Don't Use These 7 Black Sheep Apps

You Probably Don't Use These 7 Black Sheep Apps

Published on November 03, 2022 15:34 PM by Laura Mendes

Unfortunately, some less popular apps are inferior to the more well-known ones for various reasons. Fastmail is an incredibly stunning and seamless experience with mail, calendar, notes, and storage since being revamped. Capacities forced me to adapt how I work with their version of databases and has taken the role of Notion for me in many ways. Walling is an excellent alternative to tools like MyMind and Raindrop, but with more structure. It is worth testing out because of the parallels to Notion.<>

Chaos Control GTD is based on the GTD philosophy to reduce chaos in your life. Firefox's existence as an alternative to Google and Apple's browsers is for the internet's benefit.<>

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Some services or programmes are gold, but very few people have even heard of them, much less used them. Unfortunately, some of these less popular apps end up inferior to the more well-known ones for various reasons. Here are some people who merit more.<>

1.  Sorted3 $14.99 iOS and $24.99 macOS one-off purchases 

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 This to-do list and schedule management tool seems nice. But it goes deeper than that. The auto schedule, which essentially makes your day for you if you give it the right information, is the main feature of Sorted. So, please tell it what needs to be done, how long it will take, and sort out a programme for your day. Some customisation is possible, for instance, with jobs that repeat often. The Pro edition costs $14.99 on iOS or $24.99 on macOS, while the basic version is free.<>


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2. Fastmail costs $3 to $9 a month

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Despite how few people seem aware of it, I still use it as an alternative to Proton Mail. <>

Fastmail is an incredibly stunning and seamless experience with mail, calendar, notes, and storage since being revamped. <>

It functions so well in a browser or on the app that other email providers might greatly benefit from it. <>

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Okay? Good.<>

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3. Capacities $0 to $12 per month

This may seem unjust, given how recent Capacities is, but I need to see more people talking about it. <>

Like all great products, it forced me to adapt how I work with their version of databases and has taken the role of Notion for me in many ways. <>

Feeling pressured into altering your behaviour or perspective might be challenging, yet it occasionally serves your best interests.<>

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4. Walling $5 per month if paid yearly or $8 per month

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Walling is an outstanding alternative to tools like MyMind and Raindrop, but with more structure, so a comparison to Notion is also required. Walling costs $5 per month if paid annually or $8 per month. It is certainly unfair to compare it to MyMind at times, but I used to use Walling as a repository for thoughts and snippets. However, I have discovered that Walling's main power lies in its structure, which is made up of "bricks," allowing you to build walls. Checklists, templates, Kanban, and more. It is worth testing out because of the parallels to Notion.<>

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5. Deezer per month costs £11.99, £8.99 if paid yearly, six account family plan £17.99 

I've used every single one and have a favourite. This place has superior sound quality, customizability, music discovery, and a better overall appearance and layout. I wish there were more support for this, as Firefox indicated below, but as long as it is substantial enough to continue, that should be sufficient for my family's membership and myself.<>

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6. FREE Firefox 

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Yes, many people are aware of Firefox, but the statistics on how many people use a Chromium-based browser are laughable. I like it better than other browsers, despite my occasional infidelity. Because you were there when I started idly browsing the internet, I kept returning to you. Firefox's existence as an alternative to Google's and Apple's browsers is for the internet's benefit. Firefox, live long. A long life.<>

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 7. Chaos Control GTD £18 per year for all platforms

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My newest gizmo is being rigorously tested yet shrouded in uncertainty. Yes, a brand-new item whose appearance and feel I truly appreciate. Naturally, you may dump stuff, schedule, plan, and stuff based on the GTD philosophy to reduce chaos in your life. Although things are going well, how much better can they get? Only time will tell.<>

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