Product Hunt Weekly Digest
March 21st, 2021

7 productivity tools you've never heard of
This Monday has us thinking about the things that take more time or brainpower than they should.

You know the feeling: “Why is this SO hard?!”

We put together seven new products that make getting through the most standard parts of your day easier.

Logging In: Idenati keeps all of your online services (banking, developer tools, streaming, etc.) in one place.

Reading: TLDR This summarizes any piece of text into concise, digestible content.

Finding: Clipboard Pro gives you a place to put your most-used content, like your CV, for easy access.

Journaling: Ponder makes daily journaling quick through a browser extension — click it open and free-write or use the prompts.

Pasting: Text Blaze lets you save snippets of copy, formulas, etc. and insert them anywhere with keyboard shortcuts.

Tracking: Lunatask is an all-in-one to-do list, habit tracker, and pomodoro timer with Zapier integrations.

Zooming: Zapp Pad is a Zoom keyboard created by a maker and dad who noticed his kid’s teacher would benefit from hotkeys while managing two dozen kindergarteners.

Start your day by getting all your apps and logins together.
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As big users of Grammarly, we’re watching this new AI-based editing tool, InstaText.

Maker Matej Guid explains

“Unlike grammar checkers that mainly focus on correcting grammatical errors, InstaText also enriches the text and makes it more readable and understandable.”

There have also been a lot of new AI-based copywriting tools lately, all working to grow their user base. We covered a few of them here. It will be interesting to see how Grammarly adjusts to the competition.
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