Do you use any specialized software for your job that are far more expensive than most other software—and do you find they're worth it? Did you try to find cheaper alternatives, or are you glad to pay for it even if it's pricy?
I pay for Polymail. Once Superhuman started, everything else is cheaper obviously. I'm happy with Polymail. I wish they shipped major features faster, but the software does improve fast. I also pay Fantastical and 1Password - both of them, I think, could be better. There is no good Mac Calendar app. Every 2-3 years something will come up and get bought.
Hindenburg Journalist Pro. Used Audition for years to edit my podcast but had to move away because it was heavy and recording stopped working.
It's expensive but is by far the best DAW specific for podcasts, more than happy to pay the premium for using it.
My most expensive software is not per month. It is a 5-year commitment to Roam Research to become a True Believer.
Although most in the group are taking the software farther than I can imagine, it is the software I have been in love with as opposed to the many others I've used.
Never been a fan of anything else out there like #roamresearch
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Or do you use the Linux subsytem in Windows, emulation tools like DosBOX and WINE, or mobile device emulator/simulators? What's your favorite ways you've used virtual machines and emulation?