- The first time I experienced Sketch (sketchapp.com). I couldn't believe I was using something that could do 90% of what Illustrator and Photoshop could do, at a fraction of the cost. It was exactly what I needed, and I willing to pay more than what they were asking for :-)
- https://medium.com/chris-messina... TL;DR: 'Coz they are simple & sexy.
There are just an amazing piece of technology, they work great, stay and feel pretty good in the ears and they totally helped me forget 3.5mm audio jack... what a courage!
Just get them. I have never heard of someone not being totally satisfied (and more). Also, as my friend Abby confirmed, they don't fall out. https://twitter.com/AGrillz/status/894289484832948224
Brilliant for managing all your project backlogs in a Kanban fashion. Including a list for the DIY tasks around the house.
As a Marketer I use this daily to manage workflow, sort ideas around future content and prioritize my activities. My team collaborate and report using handy integrations with Google and we use it as a Customer service and Sales script repository to store links to docs and how-to videos.
Trello has helped me organize my projects for a while now. Since I work as a software engineer. An example of my boards is sort of where I create tasks then I classify them according to their current position on the sprint. For example I have tasks in different cards such as Icebox, Backlog, Current Iteration and Done. I have set deadlines all ranging from 2 weeks to someday :(. Overall a great product!
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
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.
Overall this tool is amazing for people who want to make quick nice content.
Their templates are cool for inspiration and makes the whole progress easier.
I cannot do everything but that's the beauty of it.
I am totally in love with Canva! For me it's the best graphic app I ever work with!
Simple enough to quickly create pics for Facebook, twitter posts, featured images for my blog and emails. The powerful and full of tools enough to create even an infographic! Guys, you're so awesome, you help me to level up my skills as a content, SMM and PR manager. I don't need to wait for designer. I can create an illustration in 5 min! I work with Canva like 1 year or even more. With free version, but I want to try paid too. Thank you, guys!
Polymail picked up where Mailbox left us hanging. Implementing all the best features like "Read Later" scheduling and swipe actions — all housed in a clean design.
Lately, I've noticed that Polymail is focusing more on biz dev and sales productivity with Polymail Pro. Understandable, with Sparrow and Mailbox being sold off and shut down. It's clear that email clients need to become profitable to survive. Unfortunately, I'm often pressured into features that I would never use via prompts and popups.
I have used Polymail for a couple of years now. I still notice a few small bugs around rendering emails, and the Read Later queue can break down if you have several threads saved. Still hoping these issues will be fixed soon. 🙏
Overall the app still functions great and is my daily email client.
I recently gave Polymail another try and it's indispensable now. Fast mailbox switching and read receipts are the killer features for me.
Love Polymail for the Mac, but the iOS app doesn't do it for me. When I'm on my phone, Inbox is my go-to.
It's a great browser headed in a great direction. Its compatibility with Chrome extensions is a big plus. Extensive set of options allow you to customize at a detailed level, but they don't get in your way if you don't care about that. Last, the browsing history features are amazing.
- The best app to show you around the city. It goes beyond public transportation apps and gives you recommendations on the best routes, whether by metro, tram, bus, foot, even rental bike or Uber; shows you where to sit to optimize your time and alerts you whenever there's a disturbance in the traffic.
- For me it's the Surface Book. It's beautiful, functional, and powerful. With its ability to become a canvas by flipping the screen around, my Surface Book became a mobile office. I write papers with it, I sketch wireframes on it, and I develop my apps on it. Definitely my best shut-up-and-take-my-money experience.
Hands down the best phone I've ever had. The camera takes incredible professional shots... you know the kind where the object in the foreground is in focus and the shit in the background all blurred and out of focus? Ya. Those. Every time. Got some amazing cute pics of my roommate's cat lounging around :D
Aside from that, no lags ever, no apps crashing, and tons of storage for pics/music/apps. Can't wait to see how the Pixel2 can possibly beat the original.
Love the camera and the fingerprint sensor. Plus it looks awesome and gets Android updates right away.