From providing simple scheduling tools to better breathing exercises, these apps helped make 2020 a bit more bearable.
While 2020 has been brutal on the whole, it’s been an unusually fruitful year for apps.In part, that’s because of the coronavirus pandemic, which has upended the ways we live and work for the foreseeable future. We’ve seen a glut of new and upgraded tools for working from home, of course, along with more apps to help us preserve our mental well-being.
To avoid the obvious, this list of 2020’s best apps won’t include the likes of Zoom and Slack—the stuff you already know about. But our mix does include some lesser-known ways to make those apps even better. Here are the best new and significantly upgraded apps of the year:
Unpresumptuous scheduling:While there are plenty of tools that promise to simplify event scheduling,Available for Gmaildoes…
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