Stack

Get a glimpse at the apps and tools I use and love.
Craft

Craftproductivity

Craft quickly became my centralised productivity workspace, which I use for taking daily notes, build my knowledge base, and manage my projects. 
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iA Writer

iA Writer

When I am doing long-form writing, I want a peaceful, lucid, clear, and distraction-free interface, so I can focus solely on my writing. iA Writer delivers exactly that, and a lot more. 
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Todoist

Todoist

I’ve been using Todoist for years to keep track of my tasks, structure my work, and get the big image of what to tackle on next. One of the biggest advantages is having cross-platform compatibility, so I can always access my tasks. 
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Tweetbot

Tweetbot

Twitter has been the most valueable social network to me over the last couple of years. Tweetbot delivers the premium Twitter experience, no ads, content-focused, chronological timeline, easy accessible lists, beautifult interface, and more. 
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Detail

Detail

Detail is one of the most-recent apps I have added to my stack, and I am already loving it. It is a powerful app that turns your iPhone, iPad, or any other camera into a high-quality webcam and streaming setup. 
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Raycast

Raycast

I love keyboard-centred workflows, and Raycast gives me superpowers accesible from my keyboard, with just a few keystrokes. Switching or opening apps, searching my Mac, calculating, taking a glimpse at my open tasks, clipboard history, and a lot more. 
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Pocket Casts

Pocket Casts

I am a Podcast-Lover and Pocket Casts surely is the app for Podcast-Lovers. It is a lovely app to keep track of all my favorite podcasts, discover new ones, and just pure joy to use. 
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1Password

1Password

Investing in a reliable password manager, just like 1Password, was one of my best decisions. It is so convenient to autofill passwords, and do not have to worry about forgetting them. 
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NetNewsWire

NetNewsWire

I am an avid reader. Besides reading books I also like to keep up with online magazines and personal blogs. NetNewsWire is a free and open-source RSS reader built for the Apple ecosystem, that lets me do exactly that, read articles and blog posts from my favorite creators and writers. 
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Discord

Discord

Discord quickly became my preferred Community Tool where I hang out with fellow creative minds, casual gamers, mechanical keyboard enthusiasts, and even friends and family. 
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Bartender

Bartender

There are some apps which are sitting right in my Mac’s menu bar. To keep the menu bar structured and clean, Bartender is one of the first apps I am installing straightaway whenever I set up a new machine. It is a lovely utility tool. 
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CleanShot X*

CleanShot X*

CleanShot X is an exemptional tool that provides over 50 features which make it the most powerful screenshot tool for Mac. Quick capture, annotate, scroll screenshot, screenrecording, and more turns CleanShot X into a must-have app. 
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CloudMounter

CloudMounter

CloudMounter lets you mount all popular cloud storage accounts as regular drives, while keeping your information safe and secure. Additionally, I can also use CloudMounter to add FTP access to my web server as local drive to my Mac. 
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Raindrop

Raindrop

To stay on top of articles and links I want to get back to at a later point, I use Raindrop to structure and organise all my links with tags and folders. Additionally, with Raindrop I have access to them on all my devices. 
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Kirby

Kirby

As I was on the hunt for a minimal and lightweight setup for my personal website, I came across Kirby, and so far it has been pure joy building my personal online space with it. 
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Ghost

Ghost

I have used quite a lot of newsletter and blogging services in the past, but Ghost has been the best experience so far. I use it for Creativerly, my publication about creativity and productivity-boosting tools and resources.
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PixelSnap*

PixelSnap*

Did you ever wanted to quickly measure a button, image, or paragraph on a website? PixelSnap lets you measure anything on your screen blazingly fast, and on top of that it works in every single app. 
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Figma

Figma

There is not much to say about Figma besides the fact, that it quickly became an incredible powerful design tool. Most of the time, I use Figma for my personal projects. 
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Sketch

Sketch

Sketch has been my go-to tool for crafting and designing interfaces and experiences for years now. I always like to explore other design tools, but Sketch is truly my weapon of choice. 
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Postbox

Postbox

Postbox is a private, secure, and incredible powerful email client available for Mac and Windows. Features like grouped accounts, quick filtering, advanced search, quick bar, and more boosted my productivity while composing and answering emails. 
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Some of the tools mentioned on this page are marked with an asterisk. Those tools have affiliate links which means, if you buy or sign up to the tool through the link provided by me, I will receive a commission, but the tool will not cost you a penny more.