Keeping up with the number of new AI tools being launched every day can be quite a challenge.

So, I've decided to share a few AI tools that have proven to be beneficial in my daily work. Some are quite popular, but I hope you will discover a few that are new to you and may enhance your workflow. Feel free to explore and perhaps find a tool that suits your needs.

Also, keep in mind that this list is not a ranking. It's a compilation meant to provide insights into the tools that I find valuable, and I plan to update it whenever I stumble upon new tools that I'll be using daily.

AI Tools That I Use

#1: Codeium

Codeium website
Image credit: Codeium

Codeium is an AI coding assistant designed to boost developers' productivity by providing code generation and navigation tools. Its primary features, Autocomplete, Chat, and Search, simplify the coding process, allowing programmers to code much more efficiently.

Codeium is free for personal use and can be used almost everywhere.

Besides that, they use their in-house models and infrastructure, so it is not just an API wrapper but a more powerful technology.

All apps where you can use Codeium
Image credit: Codeium

So, if you’re searching for a reliable tool to generate code snippets or provide code autosuggestions, Codeium is worth considering.

For an in-depth look, feel free to read my comparison of Codeium vs. Copilot.


HARPA AI Website
Image credit: HARPA AI

HARPA AI is a free Chrome extension that acts as your personal AI assistant. This tool is developed on the foundation of ChatGPT and employs its own Machine Learning to carry out various web automation tasks.

The extension integrates effortlessly with the Chrome browser, becoming a universal companion that can boost your productivity in fields such as learning, copywriting, and marketing.

One of the standout features of HARPA AI is its ability to track product prices and stock availability. This feature can be a real-time-saver, especially for those who frequently shop or do business online.

HARPA is an extremely multifunctional tool packed with features like summarizing YouTube videos, creating meta descriptions, and monitoring webpage data, making it one of my favorite browser extensions.

#3: Grammarly

Grammarly website
Image credit: Grammarly

Grammarly is an AI writing tool that checks and improves your writing, ensuring no mistakes are left.

You've probably already heard of Grammarly; this tool has been very popular for some time now. But did you know they've recently leveled up with a new feature? Grammarly now also includes GrammarlyGo, an AI chatbot assistant for more efficient task management.

However, Grammarly's main feature remains its real-time feedback, ensuring high-quality writing. It doesn't matter if you are writing an email, a blog post, or a tweet - Grammarly will make sure your content is error-free.

#4: Tome AI

Tome AI website
Image credit: Tome

Tome is a storytelling tool powered by artificial intelligence, capable of quickly transforming your short text prompts into complete narratives. It offers a unique way to create presentations, so this isn't your standard slide presentation tool.

With Tome, you can ask AI to generate high-quality presentation slides within seconds. You can also customize your slides to be visually appealing and interactive using an intuitive drag-and-drop tile feature.

So, if you’re looking to showcase an idea without investing hours in crafting the perfect presentation, Tome can be a great solution.

#5: Replit

Replit website
Image credit: Replit

Replit is primarily a web-based IDE, but it's also a space where developers can collaborate, join a community, and even take on freelance gigs.

One of the most significant advantages of Replit is that it eliminates the need for manual setup of your coding environment. You simply select the language you wish to work with, and you can immerse yourself in coding without any hassle over setup.

Replit also created the Ghostwriter; it's a unique addition to the Replit environment, offering a range of extremely helpful features. For instance, it allows you to interact directly with AI within your IDE. Ghostwriter Chat makes that possible.

Using the Chatbot to Explain Technical Concepts in Javascript
Using the Replit Ghostwriter Chatbot to Explain Technical Concepts in Javascript

#6: GitHub Copilot

GitHub copilot website
Image credit: GitHub

GitHub Copilot is another notable coding tool I want to mention. It's likely the most popular AI coding assistant and stands as an alternative to tools like Codeium or CodeWhisperer.

Copilot provides high-quality code suggestions within the editor, enhancing your writing efficiency. For instance, you can prompt AI to create a function using a comment inside your code, or you can simply allow artificial intelligence to autocomplete your existing code by pressing Tab.

I sometimes use GitHub Copilot to compare its suggestions with other AI coding tools, and I'm looking forward to trying out Copilot X when it's released.

GitHub recently announced GitHub Copilot X, a more advanced version of Copilot, which looks really promising.

#7: ChatGPT

ChatGPT website
Image credit: OpenAI

ChatGPT is clearly the most popular choice on this list. I like using this chatbot in several ways, but especially for summarizing texts and creating short-form content like meta descriptions.

Brainstorming and asking for suggestions are, in my opinion, the best ways to interact with ChatGPT. You can use this tool, for example, to ask for advice on improving your writing. Just copy your article and ask for specific improvements.

I won’t write too much about ChatGPT as it’s already well-known, but I use it daily. Honestly, it’s hard for me to find any other tool I would use so often since its release.

Also: Take a look at my article about coding with ChatGPT.


What Are the Best Use Cases for AI Tools?

In my opinion, the best use cases for AI tools are productivity and learning tasks, like summarizing articles and YouTube videos, translating content to other languages, and assisting with simple language learning tasks. They're also great for writing short-form content.

Are There Situations Where AI Tools May Not Be the Best Choice?

Personally, I don't like to rely on AI tools for writing long-form content like complete articles. They can be a great starting point for inspiration, but I believe AI tools are much better for shorter pieces of text, like meta descriptions.

What Is the Best AI Tool for Productivity?

AI tools are especially helpful for productivity and tasks like taking meeting notes, reading texts aloud, and providing article summaries in bullet points. I think that productivity is the field where AI can offer the most benefits.

Wrapping Up

Lastly, I think it's important to remember that AI tools have their limitations and are not a solution for everything. And I hope that by sharing my experiences, you might find a good starting point to integrate some new tools into your daily workflow and discover the benefits for yourself.

Good luck ✌

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