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Productive Apps for 2021 - That can improve your productivity

1. Moleskine Studio’s Apps

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Moleskine have been around for a while, almost 20 years I believe, but more recently in the last 3–4 years have been releasing apps of pure beauty. Actions for tasks, Timepage for calendar and Flow for drawings — these apps continue to amaze me and if more are on the horizon in 2021, it’s a hot year for them.

2. Daybridge

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Daybridge is a integrated based calendar, set to release, that’ll bring in all your events and activities from all apps. The design and previews of those integrations has me really excited, as potential new Sunrise of the future.

3. Clay

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Clay is a new personal CRM tool that reacts to your LinkedIn and Email to help bring updates and useful connections you can begin to make notes on, explore and follow-up on. Perfect for the networker.

4. Obsidian

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Obsidian is a new bi-directional note-taker. Not even out of beta yet, but it’s abilities are powerful. Think Evernote + Roam Research combined in one, and it’s not even out on mobile yet, but Linux, Mac and Windows are available.

5. Readwise

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A helpful reading companion developed by the ex-folks from Superhuman. This reading app helps you to continue learning from your clippings even from Kindle to Tweets, so knowledge continues to grow.