Currently: What is Your Favorite Desktop App?

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

Question: What is Your Favorite Desktop App or 3rd Party App that you use?

Mine: Right now I am really liking Focus Booster. This is a free and simple tool that helps you (well helps me) focus. It provides a timer that allows you to set the desired time that you want to spend on something. After the allotted time it gives you a five minute break and then resets itself to start you again. Pretty cool tool that is very simple and easy to use, and it is free.

What say You:

What is your favorite desktop app, 3rd party app, iPhone or Android app, or any other type of app out there?


Honorable mention: seesmic desktop, the best twitter client out there in the world. Love this thing. Check it

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Kyle Reed is a connector looking to connect with others. A 20 Something that is blogging his way through life and looking to connect through community. Also a team member of the 8BIT Network and brand evangelist. Find me on twitter: @kylelreed, lets chat.
  • Tom

    Microsoft Paint

  • Shelby

    Only one I think i use is tweetie…

  • Christy

    I’m not sure if it really counts as an app, but I recently discovered the umbrella server allowing me to get on to my school’s network from home. It’s awesome. I can save work on my account to access later from school and use all the programs that I’m too cheap to buy, like Photoshop.

  • brett barner

    Probably Opera Mini right now. There’s a few hang ups (Like no way to make it my default browser), but that thing is speedy. :)

  • Rae

    I think that I need to try something like focus booster. I am currently app free (at least as far as I can think, seriously, I don’t even use something for Twitter!).

    • Kyle Reed

      Ya, it helps me a ton and it is free.

  • paul merrill

    I like HootSuite for Twitter. It seems to work better than Seesmic. It’s not an app – but works as well as one.