I've loved Medium for a long time - in fact I still hear from people (other authors wanting to link/interview me, prospective clients, etc.) every singe month directly from my very first Medium post.
Medium on mobile is...so-so. Much better than the original app, but the nature of a content network means there's a ton to fit on a small screen's UX.
My only real issue with the app is the writing interface (which should be Medium's strongest point if the website is any indication). It's reminiscent of the beloved Medium writing interface, but some of the features
I've used many blog editors out there, and none has proven to be as easy and user friendly as Medium.
- Zenkit is an awesome tool for project management. I use it mostly every day to manage my workflow. I have used several other tools in the past but Zenkit is by far one of the best ones! I especially like the fact, that you can continue working on data out of a Kanban board, table or mind-map - all in one app! It is also awesome for team collaboration.
Using Zenkit for a few months now and can't see myself going back to my old tool. The team has done a phenominal job of building an application that addresses the need of power users, light users, and everything in between.
Edited my review to reflect the awesome response time to problem I encountered. Incredible, hard working team and their app reflects the care and dedication they have put into Zenkit. Keep up the great work, Zenkit!
When you use grammarly, they put some kind of advert for youtube, so when you watch youtube videos, it will stop and their advert will start. Note, this is not a youtube ad, this is an ad directly from them.
The browser extension is a must have, but I regularly pass my emails through this, or draft them in it just to catch dumb mistakes and make noticeable grammar improvements on the fly
- I use to read lot of hacker news so this is one of my bookmarks.Although I'm probably the most lacking in hack capabilities... I like reading this feed because people post the most interesting stories. I've come upon some great sites/stories I would have otherwise not found through my usual online wanderings.
- I could name all the usual suspects (Twitter, Facebook, Gmail, etc.) but one of the lesser known sites in my bookmarks is Hype Machine, a site for discovering up-and-coming songs and artists that you won't find on Spotify or Apple Music. If you're on the Mac, you can also skip the bookmark and download this native player: Plug.
- Perfect for when your roommate chews just a little too loudly & you need something to block it out.I put on http://youarelistening.to/ at about 60% volume and then rainymood.com about about 15%. very calming and focuses me like nothing else. The random interjections from youarelistening keep the rain sounds from making me space out. I have at times added in a couple of other sound layers at various volumes as well.
The templates help me create my slides easily and in no-time. I like the big preview of the templates which makes it easy to decide which one fits my needs best.
it's my app of choice when it comes to creating presentations
- I have techmeme up for my daily juicy info on Uber and how Uber is getting sued or how Travis may or may not be CEO right now... and how they have no chief level executives and are losing their board members too...