Products like Slack or Spotify that you discovered in less than 90 days
- 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'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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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 :) )
- "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!
- Great app! Learn about emerging technology, book snippets, and influencer advice in 5 minute tappable lessons.
- Only used in certain places, but is awesome for helping you collect points (I collect SCENE points). It gives you a few surveys and gives you points for filling them out. You also get points for how many steps you do in a day. Basically, I get free movies just for carrying around my phone when I'm walking. You can sync with fitbits etc. And you can challenge friends on the app to a step contest to earn extra points.
- I find this to be quite helpful in finding patterns in my moods...also to see when my subjective perception of my ongoing experience (e.g. whether I am happy or sad over a period of time) is matched by the actual data I have recorded. Ohh, and I'm not huge on recording things, but Daylio makes it so simple! Hope we'll see similar apps for other sorts of logging + looking for more advanced analysis of input data.