Nichole Elizabeth DeMeréSaaS Consultant & Community Growth

What products have you found on Product Hunt that changed :your life:, but outside of work?

Interested in products that have actually changed :your: life, not just recommendations on what you think might help someone change their life.
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    Grammarly

    Clear, effective, mistake-free writing.

    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    Again, I'm a long time user of Grammarly. It has worked wonders. Helps me iron out the smallest of errors in my documents and bring out something that is pitch-perfect.
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    LandenHigh school student · Written
    I've been using the chrome extension for a month now, and I can confirm it's actually pretty good. I'm not paying for premium (I use Hemingway Editor for advanced grammar checking), but the free features are really useful and well designed. In addition to spelling and minor grammar checks, you can also double click a word to get a definition, which has become one of my favourite features.
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    Just Read

    Reader view for Chrome

    Makes my reading minimal & simple and by extension, clearer thinking.
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    LastPass

    Newly launched Mac OS X integration for password management

    Shina Charles MemudFounder @ DoingSoon.com · Written
    Managing multiple login information really made my life easier.
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    Emily Kellerttech lover & travel freak · Written
    Life changer. I have one password to remember now. Highly recommended.
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  4. 6
    Hunter

    Find all the email addresses related to a domain

    Yuriy Krisarchuk3Marketing at photolemur.com · Written
    It is the best way to find ways of communicating with people you don't know.
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  5. Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    Been a long time user of Pocket now. Pocket has transformed my commute and meal times. It gives me enough reading material that I've conveniently saved up from the past to read up and make good use of time.
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  6. 4
    Headspace 2.0

    Meditation made simple in just 10 minutes a day

    Got to stay Zen.
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  7. 4
    Breaker

    The social podcast app 🎧

    John Ababseh10Epiphany Enthusiast · Written
    I don't have the time or patience for reading sometimes, and I love learning through people and stories, so finding out about breaker and it becoming integrated into my daily regimen has been a great experience.
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  8. 4
    Things 3.0

    Complete revamp of the original, award-winning task manager

    Marc MuellerDevelopment, Photo / Video & Design · Written
    The better version of reminders, with calendar integration, flawless cross-platform cloud syncing and more. I use Things to organise pretty much everything I do, allowing for my concentration to lay on other things, whilst not fearing to forget events, due dates, etc.
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    Evernote

    Note taking gets even simpler

    thomas rossStartup analyser and investor · Written
    The most productivity app is Evernote I’m not sure how I lived my life before Evernote. I would always scribble notes on notebooks, post-it notes, and floating pieces of paper. After I finished taking notes I would simply stack the notes in my closet. Eventually, I had a closet full of knowledge that was inaccessible. All I can hope for is that someone in the future would sort through my mess and find a hidden gem. Only after I started using Evernote I was able to build upon my ideas. Evernote acts as a second-brain. You can easily store your ideas in Evernote from anywhere Evernote notes are synced in the cloud. Write your random inspirations while on the bus, then elaborate on your scribbles at your desktop. While Evernote is great for writing ideas down, the source of great knowledge comes from books. I found that Evernote Web Clipper simply did not provide the web research tools I needed. As Evernote Web Clipper saves the entire bulk page instead of just the sentences I need. And only provides basic colored highlighting.
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    Blinkist

    Key insights from 2,000+ bestselling nonfiction books

    Shubham GargCofounder @ Eatboat · Written
    It enables me utilize my commute time. Mostly use it to get insights about different fields.
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    Instapaper 7

    Redesigned and optimized for iOS 9

    LandenHigh school student · Written
    Instapaper is my preferred alternative to Pocket for reading lists. It's completely free, and there's all these really cool hidden features, like a speed reading mode, and IFTTT integration so I can sync my highlighted text to an Evernote document. It has less features than Pocket, but still does everything I could ever want.
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