The growing number of apps that provide a standalone solution will make you feel like a kid in a candy store
You might have one app for note-taking that uses a handwriting function with a stylus and another app for to-do lists and appointments. And even another app for storage, project collaboration, or work-sharing.
When we add more and more apps into our daily workflow, we start to find complications. Apps with overlapping functions start competing with each other. Because they both have a similar job, we forget which app we used for which project.
For example, your favorite note-taking app can also have a reminder function and your favorite calendar app might also have a reminder function. You certainly don’t need two. So which one do you use? Which one did you use? Did you even remember to set that reminder?
Further complications arise when some apps integrate with each other, while others don’t. And some apps can do one job great, but we like a different app for another job that the first app can do, just not as well.
Is your head spinning yet?