We also received several minor updates during the same period that are worth mentioning. We now have a ruler tool in the app.
The Intentional Living Planner is designed to help you focus on what matters. It’s a planner that’s meant to make you more intentional about what you’re doing each month, week, or day. But, is this the right planner for you in 2024? Let’s find out.
If you care about your privacy and hate the idea that there might be a chance (no matter how small) that you might lose your notes, then you should probably not use Notion.
You guys always want to know what apps I am actually using and why. So, let’s go through the productivity apps I’ll be using in 2024.
If you’re adamant on using Noteful for free, this brilliant handwriting note-taking app, we hope these hacks can help you achieve that goal.
Adobe Acrobat Reader is not optimised for running on any device; it has terrible RAM management, which makes the app a pain to use.
Noteshelf 3 is a great alternative for anyone running away from the subscriptions you get with GoodNotes and Notability.
We don’t really like the idea that Fantastical is just a platform that collects so much information from too many of our calendars and to-do apps.
In a nutshell, Zinnia is not well equipped for digital planning, but it’s also overkill for bullet journaling.
Let’s challenge Squid, a handwriting note-taking app on Android, to see how
I attend lectures and seminars where I have to deal with note-taking.