1Password— I used Bitwarden for ages (still recommend it for those who need a password manager). 1Password is way more polished, however.
Alfred— Alfred is essentially Spotlight Search, but on steriods. An essential for anyone on macOS.
Apollo— As most everyone will tell you, this is easly the best third-party Reddit app on the App Store.
Bandcamp— Bandcamp is home to a metric crap tonne of music from indie artists to some rather large bands.
Figma— Needs little to no introduction in the design space: Figma is one of the greatest design tols that lets you do some crazy stuff with little effort.
foobar2000— Greatest music player on Windows, hands down.
ghostwriter— A gorgerous Markdown editor that is easily one of the greatest notepad apps out there
Google Workspace— Not a huge fan of Google, but Workspace checks all the boxes when it comes to being versitile and cheap. It's a nice bonus to have an SLA on Google services, as well as extra data protections because of DPAs.
Gumroad— Easily one of the best places for creawtors to sell their products online (be it digital or physical).
Hush— One of the fastest content blockers for Safari. An essential on my phone.
Miniflux— One of my favourite feed readers that is flawless for being used on my laptop or computer.
Namecheap— Namecheap is easily on of the best domain providers out there. They've got crazy fast support and are privacy-friendly.
NetNewsWire— One of the greatest feed readers out there. Shame it doesn't work with Miniflux.. yet
NextDNS— NextDNS is basically a DNS provider where you can control what happens. It's like the private DNS services with Cisco, but aimed at consumers.
Pocket Casts— Easy the greatest podcast client ever. Still hate that they switched to a subscription-model. Still love that they grandfathered me to a lifetime plan.