The First App You Open In The Morning

parislemon:

You wake up. You grab your phone. What’s the first app you open?

This sounds like a silly question — or worse, an insulting one.1 But I find it’s a rather enlightening question. Depending on when the question is asked, the answer can either be telling about the current state of apps or the current state of you.

Personally, right now, the first app I open in the morning is Twitter. But it hasn’t always been. A year ago, that app was Path. A year before that, that app was Instagram. Before that, it was probably Twitter again. Or Foursquare. Or Techmeme (technically, the web browser). At some point it was Facebook. And way back when it was probably — shudder — email.

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For me the app is Facebook, followed by Instagram and Mail.

Notes

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    Sleep Cycle is already open when I wake up, so I enter my mood and measure my heart rate. Then Mailbox, then Tweetbot.
  5. elrolio reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    I fully agree that that first app is your new homepage. And for me, it is @Instagram - for inspiration, voyeurism, and...
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    For me it’s Candy Crush because the game is so fucking addictive… I try not to open anything work-related until it’s...
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    I skim my waiting notifications on the lock screen to see if there’s any alerts I need to deal with for work. That’s it...