Clear is a trendsetting app for design and usability. You'd have to look at their site to see the lack of features, but features done expertly. A must have for productivity.
I've had the benefit of using it for 3 years and it's my go-to to-do list for almost everything. I use Carrot for work because I love her jokes, but Clear is all gesture based, in the cloud; where you could write your grocery list on your desktop then check your phone when at the shops. Don't let the clunkier to-do lists take up more of your time.
You must have heard about brainwave test in medical field. Doctors can detect people’s mood condition according to the brainwave frequency.
The official App Store and iTunes Store policy is that all sales are final. There are a few exceptions to this rule.
Evernote is quite perfect. At its core it's a notepad which is stripped down. Auto save/sync to their website, desktop app and phone in seconds is what makes it convenient.
If you're like me and hopefully you're not, often getting confused with passwords. I use Dashlane.
Depending when you open this, you might be settling into work. Or in line at a coffee shop. Maybe you just woke up (if so, good morning!).