- Sip has become my daily app, mostly due to the perfect way to consume the content: as a combination of facts, links, random tweets and gifs 😻.I use Sip every day to stay updated on different topics in the tech world.
I have been part of the beta and I love Sip! The short news stories just take a few minutes to read and I'm up to speed. I love how the app works and Sip is an app I'll keep on my iPhone.
I have been using Sip for a while now, but never received any notifications - that's probably because it's being officially launched only today. Let's see how this goes!
- I'd been trying to meditate for a while but always struggled to fully understand meditation. Apps like Calm are great for guiding you but I wanted to learn meditation so that I could do it alone. Headspace is the first app I've used that's really enabled me to do that and I've used it pretty much every day.Totally agree, Headspace is a tutor-in-need for those who want to assess and realize the meaning of meditation, as well as feel it under the skin.
This is the first and only app I pay for :D Sometimes it can feel like a chore to do stuff that is good for you and this app takes that away for me. I teaches you gently and pleasantly and Ive been able to stick to it and understand more about how minds work. It helped me stop biting my nails.
Great product to get focus in a world of noise
- I love this app. I've read scores of blinks using it and like that it syncs with my Evernote account...though I wish it synced with Google Drive or something similar.This app is a great way to read or listen to stories, I use it on the bus each morning
This has quickly become one of my most frequently used apps. It also just feels a lot healthier to read these than Facebook posts or 'same story different day' news articles.
I wrote a full review of Blinkist on my blog, here: http://www.daveenjoys.com/blinkist-staying-current-break-neck-world/
- There has not been much time when I got to know about this tool, and the day onwards that I have tried it, it has started coming in my use in day to day routine. It is a great chrome plugin to check what platform a website runs on, with all the technologies associated with it.
Its brilliant. It gives you a quick breakdown of what the site is made up of.
My personal fav is that it tells you which theme a Wordpress site is using upfront also shows the extensions used.
Must have for marketers / anyone interested in webdesign.
This is a fun, little Chrome and Firefox add-on that doesn't take up much space, but tells you a lot of valuable information about what services run a website you search! I added the add-on to Chrome > navigate to a Website > click the WhatRuns Icon on my Chrome toolbar and voilà > see what runs! Learn a website's Analytics provider, Web Server, OS, Programming Language, and more! I like the clickable links to learn more, and that you can subscribe to sites. Check out their website and look up the Bug Bounty program: It's a simple idea that "rewards researchers for their efforts in finding out vulnerabilities in our (WhatRuns) product.
- Just randomly found this app last month. It tracks my health habits AUTOMATICALLY can you imagine that? I mean I've used other habit tracking app but you have to mark an activity as done manually but this one, Nirow connects to app Health on iPhone and you dont have to open the app just to mark it done. Well brilliant I must say.
I have enjoyed using this app for the past month but can't justify the subscription price until the app more significantly differentiates itself from competitors. (There needs to be a lot more integrations to justify the price.)
Also, I believe that you should completely own your own data, and I don't like how CSV export is a "premium" feature.
Other than that, the UI is very clean, and I think other habit trackers need to embrace "automated" goal tracking like this.
Developing good habits is one of the foundations of a good life, and it deserves well designed tools. I believe Nirow it's one of those tools and I look very much forward to its development. It supports a variety of ways to track habits both manually and automatically, fitting plenty of scenarios. There is no excuse to not to try it and improve your life 1 habit at a time ;)
Such a huuuuuuuge fan! I use RealtimeBoard for so many things - both in and out of work. From client projects to internal business planning to operation processes to personal planning, I can't stop raving about how much I love RTB to everyone I know. I'm also super impressed by the constant product iterations and feature updates that are constantly being released. Bravo, awesome work guys, I'm absolutely gushing but it's well deserved.
I'm not a designer, but I use RTB a lot to create simple sketches for some of my ideas on our products with comprehensive text descriptions. One image worths of thousand words! My sketches helps our designers and developers to quickly understand what I'm talking about and how my ideas connect to other products (thanks to unlimited workspace). I used to use Google Presentations for these purposes before, but RTB just stolen my heart! Good luck to the RTB team! Great product deserves fast organic growth! :)
- Found out it here at PH, and loved it! This is the easiest-to-use email tracking I've ever used. BTW, these guys made cool tracking, BUT Docsify doesn't have some features, for example, reminders. (But founders say that it'll be during the month, HOPE it will :) )
I recommend using Docsify, it's a great tool and have got one of the best customer support.
I was finally able to replace HubSpot's plug-in with a much powerful platform, Docsify!
Great work guys and keep rocking.
Really cool product to score leads: who is more interested in emails I sent. It is much easier to select leads among 100s of recepients, whom I should call first: obviously, those people who engage more with my presentations and docs.
Docsify is a must-have email marketing tools for those who close deals.
Product Hunt 4.0 is the best that has happened to Product Hunt yet. Easily one of my most favorite websites these days, and I see myself coming back daily to maintain my streak. I am at a 20 day streak now and I hope to see badges evolve with daily streaks - some sort of perks for people coming more often?
This update is super useful for people deciding whether or not to use a product. Sometime you want to do a deep dive into a product before deciding whether or not to use it.
The "😻 reviews" feature, as well as the "🔗 Around the Web" section makes this deep dive super easy.
Brave was a great find for me as I only started delving into Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies last year. Right after Steemit, this is the next project that excites me in this space.
I'm going to support, recommend and evangelize the use of the Brave Browser , and reduce our dependence on Google.
Wrote a blog post on:
A) The Dark Underbelly of Google & The Unusual Brave Browser
B) Brave Browser Review, How it Really Pays you to Use or Publish
I have a 2009 Macbook Pro and after I downloaded Brave it feels like a new computer because of the increased speed. I tried Brave for the first time a couple years ago, but did not stick with it because of how frequently I use Chrome extensions in my productivity flow. Now that Chrome extensions are supported it is a game changer. I am trying Brave out as my default browser now.
Currently, the only area lacking is the lack of support for Android text messages at www.messages.android.com.
If I have several google calendars (work, personal, company), I have to use create a new Calendly account per calendar, create a team feature and then merge. I think this use case isn't an edge case at all.
I also want to be able to scroll /highlight entire sections that are open to public to setup meetings, not show all non-booked spots as open. So the visual experience of picking open slots can be better.
Use it weekly.
- "What should I close to get the most memory back?" "Is the file actually downloading?" "Are the fans already running on max speed?" Maybe these aren't questions everyone asks, but now I don't have to. Paired with 'Bartender' for hiding system defaults, my menubar is now a buffet of snackable performance data. This one is going on every fresh machine from here on out.
- Ramy Yared made this productI am obviously biased :) This said, I feel the app is great at keeping me up to date on everything that is of interest for me in a quick and beautiful way. If you like videos, you should try it out!
- Most downloaded app lock in Play Store. Protect privacy with password, pattern, fingerprint lock. Supports intruder selfie, incognito browser and multiple Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Linkedin accounts management. ★ #1 App lock in over 50 countries. ★ Over 300 Million users, supports 32 languages. ☞ AppLock can lock Facebook, Whatsapp, Gallery, Messenger, Snapchat, Instagram, SMS, Contacts, Gmail, Settings, incoming calls and any app you choose. Prevent unauthorized access and guard privacy. Ensure security. ☞ AppLock can hide pictures and videos. Hidden pictures and videos are vanished from Gallery and only visible in the photo and video vault. Protect private memories easily. No pin, no way. ☞AppLock has random keyboard and invisible pattern lock. No more worry people may peep the pin or pattern. More safe!I use this app every day! Most downloaded app lock in Play Store. Protect privacy with password, pattern, fingerprint lock. Supports intruder selfie, incognito browser and multiple Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Linkedin accounts management. ★ #1 App lock in over 50 countries. ★ Over 300 Million users, supports 32 languages. ☞ AppLock can lock Facebook, Whatsapp, Gallery, Messenger, Snapchat, Instagram, SMS, Contacts, Gmail, Settings, incoming calls and any app you choose. Prevent unauthorized access and guard privacy. Ensure security. ☞ AppLock can hide pictures and videos. Hidden pictures and videos are vanished from Gallery and only visible in the photo and video vault. Protect private memories easily. No pin, no way. ☞AppLock has random keyboard and invisible pattern lock. No more worry people may peep the pin or pattern. More safe!
- Great app! Learn about emerging technology, book snippets, and influencer advice in 5 minute tappable lessons.
- Used to be a headspace fan but now I like calm better. Great meditation app
I love Calm. I've always struggled to adopt a steady meditation practice, but Calm makes it easy to form the habit!
I discovered the Calm App a few years ago and it's been accompanying me in my meditation practice since then.
We were looking for a tool to replace Asana, and after initially testing Todoist, became certain it could be the tool for us. But sharing projects is a PITA. There's no easy way to let your team have access to all newly created projects. Also, the projects structure isn't shared, so sharing a new subproject causes havoc in the teammate's projects structure, and the teammate needs to manually configure the projects structure according to it's intended layout.
The Todoist app is ruthlessly efficient in helping me capture my tasks no matter when or where I am. Bring collaborators into a project, or a task is a snap. When I'm creating a recurring task, and hopefully a positive habit, or when I am reflecting on my productivity, Todoist works.
- I want to keep an eye on the news feed and be updated, but I don't want to fall into clickbait stories. NextDraft is my personal helper, as Dave really finds a signal in all the noise. Every day he comes up with the top 10 news which are always relevant, interesting and even moving. It's a great time saver!