MakeUseOf: 8 Useful Twitter Accounts to Follow for Life Hacks. “Twitter offers bite-sized information in an easy-to-read format. Which makes it the perfect platform when you want to learn how to make your life more manageable. Life hacks have been a thing for many years, and people are still uncovering new ways to hack your life. Here are the most useful Twitter accounts for life hacks.”
MakeUseOf: 10 Lesser-Known Simplenote Tips and Tricks for Better Notetaking . “Simplenote has always positioned itself as a no-frills note-taking service. Its apps reflect that theme and let you quickly take notes on every desktop or mobile platform. But Simplenote’s minimal approach doesn’t mean it’s limited in any form. There are plenty of features hidden underneath Simplenote’s easy interface. Here are several tips and tricks to sweeten your Simplenote experience.”
Lifehacker: How To Integrate Google Tasks And Google Calendar. “Google Calendar makes it easy to keep track of upcoming events, from work meetings to birthdays and anniversaries. However, you can make the app work even better by integrating Google Tasks with your calendar. This allows you to create to-do lists and check items off as you accomplish them, for optimal organisation. Here are the steps!”
Lifehacker: Organise Your Life With These Google Assistant Hacks. “What’s the point of all these digital assistants, anyway? To make life simpler, of course. The Google Assistant, in particular, can not only help answer life’s burning questions and control smart devices, but it can also act as your very own personal reminder bot.”
TechCrunch: Subscription email app Tempo hits the right minimalist notes. “In the wake of popular apps like Inbox and Mailbox being sunsetted, like many I’ve been left rudderless trying to find an email client that fills the void. I’ve been experimenting with so-called premium email clients for a while and a tiny team in Copenhagen has built what has become my favorite as of late.”
CNET: Best apps for college students to save time, money and rock another semester. “From hailing a ride to finding a date and even learning French, there are helpful apps available to aid in almost any task, so it tracks that there would be a slew of apps made for college students to help them both scholastically and in general campus life. As college co-eds around the country prepare to head back to school, being armed with the best digital tools can actually make a huge difference in how their school year shakes out.” The one comment criticizes one of the apps, Scholly, and accuses it of bad dealing.
PCMag UK: 7 Reasons to Actually Start Using Google Keep. “There are, of course, plenty of productivity and organizational apps that will help you shepherd your life across multiple devices. Evernote may be a PCMag Editors’ Choice for note-taking apps, but Keep has its benefits as a free, minimalist tool that simplifies the process of sharing ideas across multiple devices.”