Due to COVID-19, What other online resources are now free?πŸ€”

Laura
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In the past week, many tech companies have made their online resources available free of charge, whether temporarily or indefinitely. To list a few: Moz Academy - https://academy.moz.com/ Ahrefs Academy - https://ahrefs.com/academy Down Dog Yoga App - https://www.downdogapp.com/ And so on... what resources have you found while working from home? Free or at a reduced rate?

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Bora
Plex makes live TV free for three months. Plex is joining the chorus of companies handing out freebies to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. The media app makers are offering their Live TV feature free to all users for three months through June 30th. You'll still need a tuner and an over-the-air antenna, but you won't need a Plex Pass to watch channels through any of the company's apps https://www.engadget.com/2020-03...
tonixx
I've created a simple page that lists special offers that companies have in response to the coronavirus: https://virusupdates.net/offers If you know of other such offers, please share them
Karl Schmidt
@tonixx The Udacity free month is US/Europe only, if you could add that info it would be appreciated - thanks for the great resource!
Yann
@tonixx intercom, simpleanalytics, productroad. they all offer free version for companies working on corona related projects
tonixx
@yannschaub Thx, but I want to publish offers that are available to everyone, not only for those that are directly involved in the fight against corona
Dmitrii Ershov
Salute! free for three months.
Felix Josemon
We created a tweet thread here for resources that went free: https://twitter.com/KeralaPH/sta...
Farbod Saraf
Great question! A few weeks ago we launched this platform to enable software companies donate their services to those in need. We listed multiple services (as an answer to your question) and the list is growing so stay tuned: https://www.producthunt.com/post...
Al
Twine Labs put together a list of 120+ products (h/t Gavin Yerxa): https://coda.io/@gavin-yerxa/120...
Jason Wang
TrueVault is making its HIPAA-compliant data store free of charge for any nonprofit or "no charge" COVID-19-related projects. Read more: https://www.truevault.com/blog/t...
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