We’ve had more than one thread on this subject. Switching apps can be a colossal waste of time. Moving from OmniFocus to Things and back again, switching browsers, switching text editors, note-taking apps, etc.
So I resolved to cut it out. Corollary: I’m allowed to try new apps just for the hell of it. Why not? Download it, fiddle with it a bit. But just leave it there; don’t switch for no reason and go to the bother of moving all my data.
And yet there are two problems with this philosophy: One is that needs change. I recently switched fro Overcast to Castro for podcasts, when I realized I will never catch up with my podcast queue. Castro is better at helping you prioritize which podcasts to listen to next, and which ones to just make note of for some, indefinite time in the future when you might have time to listen.
The other problem is that the ground shifts under you. I successfully resisted the temptation to switch browsers for months, and then the update for Safari started flaking out on me for some frequently visited sites. Like Twitter. So I switched to Firefox. That had its own problems so I’m back to Safari again.