The Best Minimalism iPhone Apps

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With our lives revolving around smartphones these days, it can be hard to use them in a productive way. Here are three apps that actually help you focus, and track your daily habits. [more below]

Forest App:
Momentum App:
Moment App:

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  1. Hey Break The Twitch, I just stumbled across your video. Great stuff! A few weeks ago made a video on the Forest App as well in regards to productivity. If you get a chance, check it out. Love to hear your feedback. Thank you. Have an awesome day. Kat

  2. I would just like to let you know how much I appreciate your refreshing point of view on minimalism. Many minimalist youtubers focus too much on achieving a certain aesthetic (which in itself is not bad- I love a visually pleasing home) and not enough on the true meaning and mindset of being a minimalist. Also, I really like that your videos are short and to the point. They're very easy to follow and well edited! So thank you!! I'm glad I found your channel.

  3. Hi there. I've just discovered your channel and think it is fantastic. I love your positivity and relatability, and the genuine usefulness of your tips. I've just downloaded Forest and Moment! Keep up the great work and thanks for the wonderful videos.

  4. I have been using Notes to Self which is a daily gratitude journal and random acts of kindness app. It is wonderful for staying mindful. Also, It is really nice to put a little extra effort to do something extra kind and not expected every day.

  5. I use Habitica. It's a great way to gamify all of your daily tasks, future to-do lists and track your good habits. You can use the website or the app and you get cool upgrades for your characters and pets every time you do a new task. You can join a party with your friends to fight bosses using your joint productivity as a weapon! Very cool and motivational.

  6. "Clear" is a list app that I use every day. It's not bogged down with a ton a functionality that I'll never use. It is clean and simple and uses satisfying gestures and sounds that enhance the experience. Love your videos by the way!

  7. Thank you for posting… I will check out these apps for sure. I also like using Evernote for note taking, decluttering paperwork, digitally capturing receipts and bills. Insight Timer for Meditation practice. Amazon Kindle for decluttering my physical books and reading books about personal productivity, minimalism, intentional living.

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