The only applications you need to master your subject.

Play store or the App store is no different from a supermarket or a shopping mall. Because many times you end up installing the stuff which you don’t even want in the first place.

Developers just anyhow make sure that a user must install his or her app and you fall for flashy or minimalist headers.

Here, I present you a small list of 5 applications which will hopefully help you in mastering your field.

  • Keep

Keep is a productivity app developed by Google. I’m using it from almost past 24 months, and it has never failed to impress me. The thing which I love about this application is it’s simplicity and Google’s premium. You can add reminders,  notes, create sketches with just a few touches. I highly recommend this.

  • Quora

 

Quora has gained popularity over the period. I don’t disagree with someone’s ideas or habits. But, if you want to answer the questions then use Quora and not Ask.fm. I have met many great people who invests their precious time on Quora. And who knows that also might be the reason for their greatness. I feel pity for animals as they can’t use this amazing product, but humans can. Give it a try!

3. Mind.ly

Mind.ly is a great app, especially for entrepreneurs. I stumbled upon this app just a few days back, and it’s awesome as it sounds. Mind.ly can help you to track your ideas; it also helps the corporate workers for brainstorming. I don’t know about how far I’d go with this, but I’m not uninstalling it, that easy.

4. LinkedIn

You already know about this. As soon as you start your professional career, creating a Linkedin profile is a tradition. But, some superheroes deny the cliché traditions. Irrespective of those superheroes, LinkedIn helps people like you & me to know where we stand in our field. LinkedIn has always profited me various ways, so it’s not going anywhere soon.

5. Medium

It doesn’t take more time to get mesmerised by medium’s design and layout. But, it will blow your mind once you try to read it’s content. Medium is a great app which provides you daily with amazing material to read and gives you a chance to publish your own articles. I just admire this platform and the guys who created it.

So, that was all for the day. Stay tuned to stay contented.

4 Responses

  1. Good work. I have an add on in my mind: Solid Explorer.

  2. Nazlin says:

    Nice message it’s really help

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