Notice: Sorry, I haven't updated this page for years now. Information here might be inaccurate and/or outdated. - Bibiano

This is just a list of apps and services that I use in my day-to-day hustle. Feel free to check them out!

Website Audit, Design & Development

WordPress Plugins

These are just the plugins that are currently active on this WordPress website. I guess I can recommend them.


Social Media

Project & Customer Relationship Management

  • Zendesk – customer email/ticket support system
  • Trello – project management and collaboration
  • Slack – chat-based collaboration
  • Gmail – email service
  • PayPal – online payment system

Cloud Computing


Chrome Extensions

  • LastPass – password sharing and management
  • Checker Plus for Gmail – get notifications, read, listen to or delete emails without opening Gmail or Inbox by Gmail & easily manage multiple accounts
  • Google Dictionary – view definitions easily as you browse the web
  • Checker Plus for Google Calendar – see your next events, get meeting desktop notifications, add or snooze events without opening the Google Calendar page
  • Buffer – connects with your Buffer account, easily share content you find on the web
  • Full Page Screen Capture – take a full-page screenshot of a web page
  • ColorZilla – used mainly for the eyedropper and color picker feature
  • Adblock Plus – ad blocker
  • Trello – connects with your Trello account, quickly create cards and access boards
  • Card this to Trello – easily save images, highlighted text, or pages into a card on your Trello board with just a right-click
  • Google Keep Chrome Extension – quickly save a web page, image or text to Keep
  • Linkclump – open, copy or bookmark multiple links at the same time
  • A HREF++ – open the URLs included in selected string on a page
  • Pasty – multiple URL opener based on URLs copied to clipboard
  • Scraper – scrape data out of web pages into spreadsheets
  • Extensity – quickly enable/disable Google Chrome extensions



The following are ones I’ve used before or rarely use nowadays:

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