Here is a non-exhaustive list of the tools I use for developing websites.
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Microsoft Edge, these are probably browsers the majority of you use. Indeed, these browsers are probably the best ones on the market right now, we can’t argue with that.
In today's world with everyone - governments, advertising companies, ISPs - spying on ordinary Internet users, it is a very good idea to get a reliable VPN, especially for people living in Five Eyes countries (the US, the UK, Canada, Australia, and...
Privacy is a far more serious concern than most people realize. Personal data could be used to steal your identity, and your money. It could also allow malicious people to track you or your loved ones and find opportune moments to do harm.
A vast compilation of great writing apps and word processors, for all your writing needs. From office suites to publishing tools. // Used = * / Highly recommended = **
Integrations between apps and clouds allowing for the building of workflows for just about everything (e.g. automation, for handling, storage management, Todo tasks, lists, events, infrastructure monitoring and alerting, etc.).
Free tools to keep your system clean, optimized, and updated
A list of interesting and open source Android apps.
These are applications (both free and commercial) which runs on Android and Windows.
That super computer you have in your pocket is the best travel companion ever created. Personally i use an iPhone and when i travel there are some apps i simply can't live without.
Get away from Google with this list off services and software`s
With Firefox 57 a lot of legacy extensions stopped working (see the list Discontinued Legacy Addons for Firefox ).