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    What apps on your phone do you frequent daily? Weekly? For me I would guess the Outlaw Star Nexus, Facebook, Photos, Skyscanner, GunGun Online (a game that's like a rip off of gunbound) and Drops (a new language learning app I'm trying out). I used to use productivity apps but I don't plan things out as thoroughly as I probably could.

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    Good question, and I'm glad you enjoy the Nexus app. I also sometimes use it, but as well as that I use YouTube a lot. Sometimes I order things with Amazon. Of course, I use the internet browser (Safari) often for sites like Facebook since I don't need anything else.

    I play games every now and then, like Sonic 1 and 2. Flux is always running which automatically corrects the screen tone at sunset to reduce eye strain.

    Finally, Udemy is great for learning as the courses are very cheap (you have to rely on the reviews for the quality of courses) and the app works well, though I need to start learning regularly again. Oh, regarding productivity, the iOS calendar system is directly connected to my Google Calendar. Works great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    Good question, and I'm glad you enjoy the Nexus app. I also sometimes use it, but as well as that I use YouTube a lot. Sometimes I order things with Amazon. Of course, I use the internet browser (Safari) often for sites like Facebook since I don't need anything else.

    I play games every now and then, like Sonic 1 and 2. Flux is always running which automatically corrects the screen tone at sunset to reduce eye strain.

    Finally, Udemy is great for learning as the courses are very cheap (you have to rely on the reviews for the quality of courses) and the app works well, though I need to start learning regularly again. Oh, regarding productivity, the iOS calendar system is directly connected to my Google Calendar. Works great!
    Cool cool. I just got sonic since you mentioned it haha. Udemy seems like a good place to learn stuff. I was turned off by coursera because it just felt too much like a uni course (I mean, since they are) but I dunno. Got a wedding photography course for my brother to try seeing if we can get him into it for photography experience and to build a business for him maybe. I was looking at some cyber security courses on udemy. Might give it a try.

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    I think the major difference is that with Udemy your progression is up to you. There aren't deadlines and there isn't any financial burden beyond the low cost of the course itself. There are also some forums where you can find all sorts of free courses and coupons for paid courses, which tutors offer so a handful of people will complete them and (or so they hope) leave reviews. "Best Black Hat Forum" is good for this, but keep in mind that most free courses aren't that good. (There are a few gems I guess.)
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