TickTick Update – Better Than I Thought

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When I first started looking at TickTick I looked at it purely as a to-do task management system.  I really liked the calendar option but had terrible trouble with syncing Google Calendar with TickTick and Business Calendar on my Android devices. So much so, I have to admit, that I deleted my premium account and walked away in a huff! Once I calmed down, a week or so later, I decided to revisit TickTick and I am so glad I did and, once the support team re-established my premium account, I was up and running.

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Why Todoist Remains My Perfect Task Manager

Looking at other task management systems has made me reevaluate my relationship with Todoist and which made me appreciate more just how good Todoist is. I have been a premium member for many years and nothing gives me more pleasure than responding to the alert that my annual subscription is due than to cough up for another 12 months. Next month I shall be whipping out the debit card and for the price of a cup of coffee a month, my life will remain organised and in control.

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Evernote 10 Lost In The Digital Desert

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I have been an Evernote user for eight or nine years and a premium subscriber for more years than I care to remember. It has always been my essential go-to service to make notes, keep all manner of documents and store reference information. Not so much a digital brain as a digital dustbin, sorry, filing cabinet. And all was well until some years ago.

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Aqua Mail Makes Email Fully Functional And Fun

Aqua Mail Email Client LogoEmail, had you believed the tech prophets, should have been dead in the water years, possibly decades, ago, but it is still here and stronger than ever. Despite the multitude of messaging apps and services like Microsoft Teams, Twist and Slack, email remains at the core of interpersonal communications and the pandemic and working from home has highlighted the importance of having a decent email system.

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Surfshark – A Budget VPN With Premium Performance

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Why Surfshark? Online privacy and security, long considered the realm of geeks and paranoids, is becoming mainstream. Phishing, hack attacks, ransomware and identity theft from a growing band of cybercriminals and rogue nation-states can make our online lives fraught with danger, but there are simple steps that can be taken to make your online life more secure. Which is where Surfshark comes in.

One of the simplest ways of protecting your online life is to invest in a virtual private network (VPN). Note that I use the word invest which intimates that you need to spend money. Fortunately, there are always deals on multi-year VPN subscriptions from reputable, established organisations.

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