Apps I’m Using This Week

What a week it’s been! Some great new releases and stuff I’ve found recently that have become a part of my workflow and playflow. Make sure to check these out.

Launch Center Pro: A much welcomed upgrade over the original Launch Center. Now you can have groups of actions and apps in a grid layout that is much easier to navigate than the list in the previous version. You can also customize the groups with plenty of icons to make it recognizable, and icons for actions can be personalized as well. This is a must-have app for any iPhone. Hopefully an iPad version comes out someday.

Yardsale: This is a beautiful and simple application for finding goods that people are selling in the area. You can also put up your own goods for sale quickly through the app by taking pictures and adding descriptions. You’ll never know what you can end up finding, so give it a try on your iPhone today.

Found: This is a nice utility for your Mac. With it, you can quickly search through your entire Mac for a specific file. The app also includes the ability to link your Dropbox, Google Drive/Docs, and Gmail attachments to search through. By simply pressing your keyboards Control button twice, you bring up a search field — just type, and Found will start finding what you’re looking for. This can also be used as an application launcher, though I still prefer to use Alfred for that. But for file searching, Found is definitely a must-have. And it’s free, so check it out.

 
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