Software and gadgets I use to get the job done.

I'm a techie at heart and love to try out new software and gadgets to optimize my life for the things I enjoy doing. Here's a list of my current favorites. I'll try to keep this list updated as I change things up. If you have any questions about any of these, feel free to reach out on Twitter. I'm always happy to chat about this stuff 😬.


  • 13” MacBook Pro, M1, 8GB RAM (2021)


    I was using an Intel-based 13” MacBook Pro from 2012 prior to this and the difference is night and day. Though it does get a little laggy sometimes, but that is mostly because of the crazy amount of browser tabs I have open. I'm still amazed at how much power this little machine packs.

  • 14” MacBook Pro, M1 Pro, 16GB RAM (2021)


    This machine is a beast. I use this for all the heavy lifting I need to do for my day job at Razorpay.

  • 27” Dell UltraSharp u2720Q 4K UHD monitor


    I use this monitor for my day job. The fact that it has a USB-C port which allows me to connect my Macbook to it with just a single cable is amazing, it charges my Macbook and also acts as a USB hub.

  • Logitech K380 Keyboard


    Honestly, I just bought this because it was the cheapest Bluetooth keyboard I could find. It's been a great keyboard so far, I love the fact that I can switch between my Macbooks with just a press of a button.
    But if I was buying a keyboard today, I would probably go for Logitech MX Keys which has all the same features as this one, and has backlit keys and is more ergonomic to type on.

  • Logitech MX Master 3 Mouse


    This one has been a super-productive mouse for me, battery life is amazing, lasts me for months on a single charge. I love the fact that I can switch between my Macbooks with just a press of a button.

  • 11” iPad Pro, 3rd Gen


    Gifted by my dad, I use this for all my online reading, and quick meetings on the go. I also use it to watch movies and TV shows. During house parties we often play games on this.
    I also happen to have bought the Apple Pencil 2, but I don't know what I should use it for.

Development tools

  • ARC Browser


    I shifted to ARC around early 2023 back when it was invite only and in early-beta. I have a lot of tabs open at any given time, and it helps me organize them into different projects and topics.
    I like it because ARC is defying how browsers have looked for decades now, and I love the fact that they are trying to innovate in this space.

  • Visual Studio Code


    Best code editor out there hands down, I've tried a lot of editors - Sublime Text, Atom, Vim, Emacs, IntelliJ, WebStorm, etc. But I always come back to VS Code. It's just so good at the workflows I do everyday. Also, have to tried It's VS Code in your web browser!

  • Github Co-pilot


    I've been using this for a while now, and I'm really impressed with the results. It's not perfect, but it's a great tool to have in your arsenal.

  • iTerm2


    I’m honestly not even sure what features I get with this that aren’t just part of the macOS Terminal but it’s what I use. It's also much better looking than the default terminal.


  • Figma


    I'm no Designer, but I use it for all my design needs. I love the fact that I can use it for wireframing, prototyping, and even for creating illustrations. I also use it for creating SVGs for my websites. It works great for brainstorming and collaborating with my team.


  • Raycast


    Need to do some quick maths, need to do some currency/timezone conversion, need emojis? Raycast has got you covered!
    It is the Lionel Messi of the application launcher world. Haven't used MacOS spotlight in years.

  • Apple Notes


    I use this for all my personal note-taking needs. I love the fact that it syncs across all my devices and is super fast. I also use it for writing down my ideas and thoughts.

*Personal: Stuff bought by me, stays with me forever.

*Professional: Stuff bought by my employer, stays with me till I work there.