These are startups, smartphone apps & bots that made it to our ‘Most Useful Startup of the Month’ list in 2016.
Docdown allows you to write Content for your Site in a word processor. In addition, with its formatting tools, it ensures this Content appears identical to the document.
You can use Hop to connect in real time using plain email messages, providing a chat-like front end for your email address.
Mastodon places itself as an alternative to Twitter & seeks to promote & create open-source software for both public & private communications.
The end of a month is always exciting for our edit team, for that’s the time to select the ‘Most Useful Startup of the Month’.
This month, the team’s selected ‘PEPPER’ for this coveted title.
It lets you learn how to code on mobile by providing you with a platform for gamified & interactive lessons on computer science.
This time, our edit team has picked a “biggie”. ‘Pix’ by Microsoft is an artificial intelligence – assisted camera app for your iPhone.
Of all the startups & smartphone apps we featured in June, our in-house editorial team selected ‘Evie’, a mobile app for the prestigious title of ‘Most Useful Startup of the Month’.
Sharing links is old hat, larynx allows you to share Online Content using your own voice.
A new browser entering the Internet domain today is something noteworthy, hence our decision to give it this coveted title.
It’s been a terrific journey for us at Whats New On The Net in March. We featured scores of startups & new mobile apps. But that also made our edit team’s effort to zero in on the Most Useful Startup of the Month that much more tough. There were so many terrific startups out there that it made the team’s job very difficult.