Some of the best tech reviews and recommendations come from The Sweet Setup, a magazine/website that reviews the most popular software solutions across various genres and recommends one, definitively. Today they published an interview I had given some weeks back and you can find it on their website. The interview revolved mainly around how I use my devices in my daily life, and is meant to either give an insight to those who are in a similar situation or are simply looking to make better, more economical use of their devices and incorporate them into their lives, or be a source of infotainment for the technologically savvy crowd.
One of the reasons I enjoy reading The Sweet Setup is because they actually arrive at a conclusion once they review and compare a set of apps. Oftentimes reviewers compare poorly, leaving it entirely to the reader to decide while they claim to have put things into perspective; but really nobody has gone a single step ahead all the while. With The Sweet Setup, various reviewers (meaning there is almost no bias or leaning for the magazine as a whole) talk about popular applications for various needs and arrive at the best one as a recommendation while also briefly talking about other options, which makes the review feel wholesome. Anyway, I think if you ever need clarifications this should certainly be a site to drop by and look around.