Articles: Apps

Mine: A Tool To Track Your Digital Footprint

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Mine is an online tool that helps you track your digital footprint. In about 30 seconds, it can show you all the companies that have your personal data. Whether it’s financial data or social network data, Mine groups data into different categories and shows you how many companies have access to such data. With this tool, you can erase your personal data from the servers of different companies. This makes...

HEY Email: A disruptive new email service for increased productivity

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Over the years, email has come to be at the center of our communication. Now more so than ever, with remote work becoming the norm, email is becoming the de facto mode of contact for all sorts of purposes, professional and personal both. The problem is, your email inbox can have all sorts of annoyances. These issues include organization woes, distractions in the mailbox that don’t let one focus on important...

5 Powerful WordPress Image Compression Plugins

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Did you know that WordPress powers 14.7% of the top 100 sites globally and 22% of all new domains in the United States are on WordPress? WordPress has become a favorite for millions of webmasters across the globe because of certain features that facilitate easy search engine optimization and ultimately an increase in ROI. One way you can achieve this is by boosting user experience via image compression. Images make...

Should You Get YouTube Premium?

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Back in May 2018, Google did a rebranding of YouTube Red to YouTube Premium. Although the benefits remained the same, a new music streaming service YouTube Music Premium (not to be confused with Google Play Music) became part of the package. In this article, we are going to walk you through whether YouTube Premium is worth your subscription. Let’s get started! Understanding the YouTube Service Ecosystem Google’s naming scheme is...

ExpressVPN: Does the King of VPNs Still Hold the Crown?

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ExpressVPN has long been one of the top VPN services available. With an increasing array of competitors, however, is that still the case? Should you trust ExpressVPN with your online security? What is a VPN? A virtual private network, or VPN, is an important part of protecting your security online, especially when connecting to public or unsecured networks. Any time you’re connected to a network, anyone else on that network...

Miro App: The Online Collaborative Whiteboard and Meetings Platform

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In a world where more and more jobs are being carried out remotely, the apps we use to facilitate this have become more and more vital to our productivity and our efficiency. Agile practices and design thinking are becoming intrinsic to companies large and small. App design is essentially a solution to a pressing problem. The problem here is, how do you facilitate meetings and workshops remotely while allowing everyone...

Moonshotº: Video Conferencing and Virtual Escape Rooms

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Have you ever been to an escape room and wish you could experience all the joys of solving clues and working as a team but from the safety of your own home? Now you can with this up and coming release, Moonshot, from Reason.  Moonshot is a virtual escape room. It incorporates a variety of functions such as virtual assistant, remote-controlled props, a live host, and puzzles in the real...

Inspireframe App: Create Fast and Easy Website Prototypes

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The design process can develop into a long and drawn-out affair. Ideas have to be presented to developers, management, copywriters, and your fellow designers. The design process is naturally iterative where a stream of constant edits and changes need to be made depending on results. But what if there was a faster solution than the traditional applications of design prototyping such as Sketch and Figma? Introducing Inspireframe. What is it?...

Product Disrupt 2.0 App: A Collection of the Best Product Design Resources

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Sometimes you just need things to be easy. During the learning or research process, getting lost down a rabbit hole is common. Five hours passing by in a flash, happens all the time. A thousand tabs, a thousand bookmarks, and misspent energy trying to catalog the best learning resources while ignoring the useless ones. In the age of self-teaching and remote learning, a one-stop-shop of finely curated resources is just...
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