The Best Online Services

Technology is an essential part of modern living. Engaging these top service options can help make life easier in a wide variety of ways.

Best Services

Best Services

The following online services not only excel in their field but are so helpful that you may consider them essential after testing them out!


Best Online Services

These online tools are worth the investment for their smart execution and useful features.


Best Online Tools


onepassword free

New users can sign up for a 1password free trial

Finding this service was the result of a New Year’s Resolution to better manage my passwords. Today, I can’t imagine my life without this tool! 1Password manages digital passwords, credit card numbers, loyalty program information, PLUS includes space for custom notes which I use to record padlock combination locks, business Tax ID numbers, and other “offline” information. Syncs with computers, tablets, and phones!


Amazon Prime

Marketplace for shopping and 2-day shipping on almost everything a person needs. Includes music and video streaming services too. New members can try Amazon Prime free for 30 days.



What is dropbox service

dropbox service

Get Dropbox cloud file storage to protect files and share access across multiple devices. Set up an automatic backup of your cell phone photos to the cloud!



F.lux is a tool that adjusts your computer monitors at night to reduce disruptive blue light from screens. Free download for windows, mac, Linux, iPhone, and Android systems.



what is grammarly free version

Learn how the Grammarly free version stacks up

Make sure that your points get across with this online grammar checking app. Free and pro versions are available of this indispensable tool.



SnagIt free version

Get SnagIt free for 15 days

This software is essential to upgrade your PrintScreen and Screen Shot game. New users can try the full SnagIt free version for 15 days.



Listen to Spotify online

Listen to Spotify online

Enjoy free access to millions of streaming songs for every mood. Go pro to remove all advertisements and interruptions for a small monthly fee.


Best Online Personal Development

Make sure to take care of yourself with these highly-rated personal development tools and resources.



Calm App free version

Calm App free version

This wellness app includes tools to help you live a more balanced life including music, sleep stores, guided meditations, and more!

Try the Calm App free version to get started and upgrade when you are ready. Members of Kaiser Permanente should check to see if they get the premium version for free as part of their health care plan.


Tony Robbins

Learn ways to live your best life with the tools shared by Tony Robbins. Purchase books (above), training, supplements, or sign up for an in-person event and get your chance to walk over a bed of hot coals (I have done this!).


Best Online Business Services

Successful online ventures require smart services and tools that save time and add value.



Easily customize templates for fast and professional-looking art for social media, invitations, logos, and more.



Easily search, find, and register website domains for around $10 each.


Reach your desired online audience with the Jaaxy keyword research tool that helps to identify the best keyword phrases to utilize in your writing.



Make money from your online endeavors with simple website integration and thousands of affiliates in this single network!


Wealthy Affiliate

Easily build a free WordPress website with no coding experience required!


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Top Services

Top Services

What are your favorite online services? Has your life been improved by an app or service that you love to share with everyone?

8 Responses

  1. Johnny says:

    Hello, thank you for this post and for your recommendations.
    Password manager is a great tool, considering we need to create almost everyday a new profile for a new site and it is not really safe to use the same password every time.
    Regarding personal development, I really recommend Calm app, I had it from a previous employer some time ago and it really helped me, the guided meditations are really cool.

  2. Austyn says:

    Great post! Some of these websites I had no clue they even existed. I do use several of these applications and tools. Some I use are Amazon Prime, Jaxxy, Spotify and Dropbox. These are great tools to help not only with business but also in your personal day to day life. This post is greatly beneficial to identify other resources that bring ease to running a business and just personal life. I will use this website as a research tool to help identify tools I can use.

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Austyn, It’s great that you are already familiar with a handful of the services – those are very helpful ones! Thanks for checking the list for tools that could work for you. 

  3. Warren says:

    Your list has a few things that really get my attention.  The first is 1password.  What a great tool for those of us that have zillions of passwords and no organization for them……just the little black book.  I’ve been an Amazon Prime member now for a long time and they have made shopping a breeze.  I always look for stuff with a 2-day delivery.  Never have to wait.  Well worth the annual fee….plus you can get Amazon prime on TV…lots of shows and movies. SnagIt is a great tool for bloggers who want their pictures to pop.  Finally, I’ve been a Tony Robbins fans almost forever.   He really got me on the right path.

    Thanks for these tips.  Well done!


  4. JerromyC says:

    Great list of resorces! 

    I personally use Spotify, Canva, and Grammarly on a daily basis and I must say that life wouldnt be the same without them. 

    They cover all my bases and the bill isn’t high at all!

    Spotify is constantly running in the background of my day, be it on my laptop as I work, or my Xbox as I play games at the close of the day.

    Canva is always open on either my browser or my phone, and it is a great tool for the graphic design work I do as well as social media management because you can post to nearly every brand of social media with ease!

    Grammarly is like a super-assistant when you write for a living, and is always there to lend a hand anywhere you type!

    • Alyce says:

      Hi JerromyC, I’m glad that you have also noticed that these online resources have helped you as well. Thanks for sharing!

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