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Juan uses a OnePlus One. Let’s have a look through his list…
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Pocket Casts: I listen to far too many podcasts and this app is great because it syncs nicely between devices. The 361 degrees podcast ranks high on the list!
Evernote: Again, this is all about keeping things in sync. Evernote works well on desktop and mobile and is a great replacement for notebooks.
OneDrive: I was an early adopter of OneDrive. Thanks to the app I now have 40Gigs of free storage – my documents folder lives in the cloud and it’s easily available from any platform, meaning I can view anything I’d like to wherever I am.
TED: A TED talk a week is a great brain diet. This app allows you to download them and watch them offline.
Moves: Moves tracks your physical activity 24:7, counting things such as steps walked and miles cycled. This allows me to keep an exercise related diary of my life.
SureFire Alarm Clock: This app is the perfect alarm clock for night owls – you are required to solve a little puzzle or it won’t stop.
Strava: Strava is gamification of your bike rides at its best. It lets you record your physical activity and then view it afterwards. It has lots of fun segments around London, such as Le Col du West Hampstead!
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Thanks to Juan for his list. I am a big user of Evernote on a daily basis so I was pleased to see it on the list!
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