Laptop Setup:

  1. MacBook Pro Retina 15-inch, Mid 2015, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM.
  2. Apple Magic Mouse 2
  3. Apple External Keyboard. The chicklet keys are just amazing.
  4. Seagate Backup Plus 1 TB External Hard Disk.
  5. Dell U2715H monitor (In the list - coming soon)


  1. One Plus X. Its one of the most elegant devices that I own. The detail given to the craftsmanship and artisan luxury is just amazing.


  1. Apple Ear pods with Remote and Mic. Unlike traditional, circular earbuds, the design of the Apple EarPods is defined by the geometry of the ear.

For listening to music I use iTunes on desktop and Google Music on mobile/tablet.


OS: OSX El Captain(10.11.6)

Development: I use iTerm2 for command line. I spend most of my time on either terminal or browser. Some of the terminal tools that I use daily:

  • Vim for all my coding
  • Git for version controlling. I put nearly everything in a git repo
  • SCM Breeze for easy git
  • Whole lot of custom scripts

A5 ruled notebook and Stabilo fine tip pens for sketching when I am working on a user interface

Browser: Google Chrome with the following must have extensions:

  • Postman for API development and testing
  • Ghostery to block all the social nonsense
  • JSONView for pretty JSON
  • Motivation for nothing is more motivating than to see your life pass by right in front of your eyes
  • Pocket for offline reading

Web Apps:

  • Most of Google stuff
  • Dropbox for document management. Special mention because I nearly put all of my design stuff here.
  • Twitter for bite sized updates
  • Feedly for RSS

Desktop Apps: The few desktop apps that I do use include:

  • Slack for team chat
  • Flux for it slowly warms the colors of your screen based on the time of day. This helps me work late in the nights without straining my eyes.
  • Sublime for those few times when I feel like moving out of vim
  • VLC. Because if not this then what else
  • Irvue for stunning photos in high resolution for desktop wallpapers.
  • Principle to change ideas into reality. Powerful prototyping.
  • Boostnote open-sourced note app for programmers.

One Plus X: I do a lot on my mobile now a days. Some apps that I use multiple times a day:


  • Instagram for sharing photos
  • CandyCam for times when I need more than Instagram filters


  • Hacker news reader for latest tech updates.
  • Flipboard I take time to completely go through the technology section.
  • Pocket for offline reading
  • Feedly for rss feeds of must read blogs


  • Twitter to find inspiration about things I love.
  • Whatsapp for staying in touch



  • Camscanner for creating soft copies. Highly recommended for students.
  • Filedrop for moving files over WiFi