Why I don’t use Obsidian for notes.

As the owner of App Seeker, I have tried my fair share of note taking apps for individuals who don’t do much sharing to spouses or other people of their notes. I have tried Obsidian for a few months and still actively use it to write out all of the pages for my Wiki and… Continue reading Why I don’t use Obsidian for notes.

Omnivore vs Raindrop vs Readwise/Reader

This is a comparison between the top 3 read-it-later applications. If you aren’t in the productivity or note-taking space, you may not know what “read-it-later” applications are. The easiest way for me to define them is to say they are a bookmarking application for websites, articles, books, emails, newsletters, tweets, and more. Some of these… Continue reading Omnivore vs Raindrop vs Readwise/Reader

1Password Review

Edit/Update 21/6/2023 @ 11:12pm: I am no longer using 1Password due to issues I’ve had with the software (bugs) and with the astounding lack of support when emailing in (plus the speed (super slow) of communicating with support). I have outlined this further below. 1Password is one of the top password managers out there. It… Continue reading 1Password Review

Bitwarden Review

Bitwarden is one of the top password managers out there. It is also one of the only ones that is open-source, that is to say you can see the code that makes the app run and companies that specialize in cyber security can review the code and tell you whether the application is secure and… Continue reading Bitwarden Review

Todoist Review

I have been using Todoist off and on since 2020. It is a fantastic task management application with fantastic support. The question is, is it with the $48/year USD they are charging? That’s what I hope to answer today! Let’s get started! As you can see the interface Todoist has is fairly simple. The middle… Continue reading Todoist Review