Yale lock / August software = perfect. Auto-opens when I come home, auto-locks when I go inside or leave.
Used to connect my Alexa to open my gate.
Track all my kid's soccer games. Does a nice job of handling multiple players/teams under a single app (any busy parent will appreciate this!) and you can subscribe so it all integrates (and updates) on your normal calendar.
Really nice UX for podcast listening. Love the integration with the Apple Watch - any time a part comes up I want to skip, I raise my Apple Watch and it has skip forward/skip back immediately available if a podcast is playing.
International data including at no additional charge (and not rate-limited like Verizon & AT&T) and secure to prevent SIM-swapping attacks (you need access to your Google account to make any changes, even if the changes are over the phone).
Great integration across all the orgs (my family, my personal, my work, my volunteer orgs) so that I have full security and passwords for everything.
Entry to my office using only iPhone. Between that and the iPhone being my car key and home key, I actually carry no keys anymore.
If you have iPhone, check T-Mobile coverage
If you have an iPhone, it doesn't auto-switch between Sprint & T-Mobile in the background - just T-Mobile. So make sure T-Mobile coverage is good in your area before switching (I've found T-Mobile to be very good in and around the SF Bay Area). Also be aware - this does *not* work with Apple's iPhone Upgrade program (that only works with the 4 major carriers). If you already have the program and switch from your existing carrier to Google Fi, at upgrade time Apple will let you upgrade (e.g., turn in your old phone and stop payments) but not switch over to a new program. Instead you have to buy the unlocked phone outright.