Raycast has boosted my productivity while also covering the offerings of three applications I was using.
Okay, so one of them was Alfred. But, seriously, Raycast is amazing!
At first, Raycast seemed like yet another productivity tool. I read about it more than a year before I adopted it. I was happy with Alfred. And it seemed like another Alfred.
As most things go for me, it took a word-of-mouth recommendation from a colleague who really hyped Raycast. So I said I would try it for one week and then decide which app to delete.
After just two days, I deleted Alfred, because:
Aside from Alfred, I've also deleted:
I'm sure there's much for me to discover, and I hope there are more apps I can delete in the future. But for now, I'm happy.
Raycast is amazing!
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