THE TOOLS WE USE TO RUN OUR BUSINESS
Here's the ultimate list of products, apps, tools, and resources we use on a regular basis!
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- Premiere Pro - for desktop video editing
- Photoshop - for photo editing
- Audition - for podcast post-production
- iMazing - for importing when Image Capture fails
- Handbrake - for amending video file types
- KineMaster - our choice of editing app on mobile
- AdobeClip - best app to learn the basics of editing
- Anchor - for posting all the podcasts
- AirPods - the best day-to-day headphones
- iPhone X 256GB - the phone we use for all our filming
- Rode Video Mic Me L - to record sound into iPhone
- BorrowFox - for camera and gear rentals
- Spotify - where we listen to music
- Apple Podcasts - where we listen to podcasts
- Strava - for recording exercise data. Follow me!
- Headspace - for meditation
- Monzo -for personal banking
- Instantt - for discovering new places for lunch
- Coinbase - for monitoring crypto investments!
- SleepCycle - for monitoring sleep. Love the ’rain’
- MyFitnessPal - for helping to remember to eat!
- Bloons - all-time favourite iPhone game!
- Hopper - for working out when to buy flights
- SkyScanner - for live flight prices
- Waze - for all traffic stuff when in the car
- CityMapper - to figure out how to get places!
- Gmail - for email
- Kiwi for Gmail - desktop email client
- Fantastical 2 - for calendar management
- Google Drive - for file organisation
- WhatsApp - for client communication
- Monday.com - for project, task & CRM management
- Skype - for conference calling
- Slack - for team communication
- Starling - for business banking
- Xero - for managing accounting and payroll
- Google Chrome - our web browser of choice
- InDesign - for document layout
- Evernote - for all our ‘notes’ needs