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Grasshopper
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The coding app for beginners by Google
RealtimeBoard 3.0
Enhanced whiteboard. Your guide to the future of teamwork
Earn.com
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  • Announcement
    #4 Product of the month
    Grasshopper ranked 4th Product of the month for Apr 30, 2018 with 1,873 upvotes and 38 comments
    Apr 30, 2018
  • Announcement
    #1 Product of the week
    Grasshopper ranked 1st Product of the week for Apr 21, 2018 with 1,378 upvotes and 34 comments
    Apr 21, 2018
  • Announcement
    #1 Product of the day
    Grasshopper ranked 1st Product of the day for Apr 19, 2018 with 819 upvotes and 20 comments
    Apr 19, 2018
  • Launch

    Grasshopper is the coding app for beginners. With fun, quick lessons on your phone, the app teaches adult learners to write real JavaScript. It’s currently available for free on Android and iOS. Grasshopper is built by a team within Area 120, a workshop for experimental projects.

    Grasshopper
  • Announcement
    #3 Product of the week
    RealtimeBoard 3.0 ranked 3rd Product of the week for Mar 31, 2018 with 873 upvotes and 31 comments
    Mar 31, 2018
  • Announcement
    #1 Product of the day
    RealtimeBoard 3.0 ranked 1st Product of the day for Mar 30, 2018 with 631 upvotes and 27 comments
    Mar 30, 2018
  • Launch

    UPD' 2019: RealtimeBoard is now called Miro.

    A whiteboarding platform for distributed product teams with a growing set of add-ons. Customize it to various use cases (from Agile to UX) and make it a part of a seamless workflow with the most popular tech tools.

  • Announcement
    #3 Product of the week
    Earn.com ranked 3rd Product of the week for Nov 4, 2017 with 1,262 upvotes and 45 comments
    Nov 4, 2017

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Research shows that Headspace can positively impact the following areas:

  • Stress
  • Focus
  • Mood
  • Compassion
  • Aggression

And much more, as can be seen here. Additionally, Headspace has won the following awards:

  • #1 Product of the Day on Product Hunt on June 15, 2017
  • #2 Product of the Week on Product Hunt on June 15, 2017

Headspace is a mindfulness app with a contemporary design that aims to bring meditation into the digital age.

Headspace originally launched in 2010 as an events company, but as its popularity rose, clients wanted more access to meditation resources.

The creators made the techniques available online and over time, Headspace grew to include guided meditations, animations, articles, and videos.

According to their website, Lemonade says that if your claim is instantly approved, their AI will pay out your claim within seconds.

30% of their claims are handled instantly, and their fastest recorded claim was 3 seconds.

They also have an average claims rating of 4.9 out of 5 on their app.

Lemonade has won the following awards:

  • #2 Product of the day on Product Hunt on September 21, 2016
  • #4 Product of the Week on Product Hunt on September 21, 2016

Lemonade offers four different kinds of insurance:

  • Renters Insurance
  • Home Insurance
  • Term Life Insurance
  • Pet Insurance

Lemonade is also working on providing car insurance as well. Updates can be found here.

Lemonade, or Lemonade Insurance Company, is a licensed insurance carrier, offering homeowners and renters insurance powered by artificial intelligence and behavioral economics.

Lemonade differs from traditional insurance companies by how they make money - instead of profiting from unclaimed premiums, they take a flat fee, and whatever may be left over (after paying claims and expenses) is donated to charities in what they call “The Lemonade Giveback“.