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What apps do you use on a daily basis?

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Quite a few actually. On my phone, the most used daily apps are probably Twitter, Reddit, Chrome, Spotify, Trading212, Yahoo Finance, WhatsApp, Clash Royale, and Google Maps.

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I don't use any apps.  Nonetheless, they would be highly helpful in saving money on fast food.  For instance, you can get some good deals at McDonalds, a place that otherwise, sodas aside, is just too expensive.

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There are numerous apps that I use. I use Gmail, Facebook, Messenger, Telegram, Twitter, and lot of local shopping apps (not Amazon and ebay), and lot of local mobile wallets, etc.

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My three browsers are functional to me everyday, which is made up of: 

Chrome

Phoenix 

And Puffin browser. 

I use this two browsers than any other applications on my phone. 

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Just a few that enables me perform my various business relatef tasks effectively.

Top on the list

Chrome

Phoenix browser

Boomplay for music

Instagram

Facebook

Zoho clique

Gmail

Google spreadsheet 

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  1. YouTube is my #1 most used app. Everything I do involves that being on in the background.
  2. Discord runs in the background, but I only use it to catch up and play with my D&D group.
  3. Facebook for memes, keeping in touch with family, and talking to my partner online.
  4. D&D Beyond for 5th Edition rules and character sheet customisation.
  5. Audible/BBC Sounds/Spotify for audiobooks and podcasts.
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I would say probably the Weather app, our local weather with radar, hourly/daily/weekly. But a while back I was always on Pet Buddies app building outside scenes and sometimes decorating rooms. You can only do so much and then I guess that's it with that game. My final "room" was actually a huge beach scene with a well-known hotel I built piece by piece called the Don CeSar. 🌴 It took me like a whole week. Then I was finished with the whole thing and figured, can't beat that. You're done.

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  1. Youtube 
  2. Amazon Kindle/Audible for Ebooks/Audiobooks
  3. Antennapod
  4. Bitwarden - password manager
  5. F-Droid for Apps not on the Google Playstore
  6. Whatsapp/Line for communication
  7. Silentnotes for making lists, taking notes and journaling
  8. Reddit
  9. TickTick for habit tracking/productivity
  10. Snapdrop to wirelessly share files between my devices on the same network. Fantastic alternative to Airdrop for non Apple devices)
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Spotify, YouTube, Reddit/Facebook/Twitter (social media in general), Slack/Teams for work platforms, and then probably just Safari a bunch browsing the web on the go.

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