‘Codefield’ is a small new platform helping developers,designers & even photographers find tools that will make completing their next project a whole lot easier.
The ‘Hatch’ platform lets individuals build out their own apps from scratch. The platform uses an intelligent app design wizard to help clients customize buttons on the app while giving total control over the layouts.
Findshot is a platform that claims to cater to the needs of the aforementioned groups of people & also for high-quality image enthusiasts. Users will have to register on the platform so that they are able to post their work. Once registered the user will post their pictures provided they do not infringe on any copyright laws. The findshot team will then review the images before approving them.
‘ZeroBounce’ is a company focused on delivering a single product that helps an organization increase the rates at which their emails are delivered. The goal is to have more successful campaigns with less waste of resources.
‘Twitly’ is a mobile app that helps Instagram & Twitter users keep track of their followers. The app will give someone a rundown of the various people they followed on these social media networks.
Have you ever had trouble in connecting with your team? Emails, messages, & meetings can lead to a wasteage of time. ‘Enkibot’ utilizes Artificial Intelligence (AI) to “build up” each & every person on your team. It’s billed as, “an AI based mentor” residing in team communication tool ‘Slack’.
My TouchBar is a program that endeavors to give the user more control over touchbar shortcuts.
This is a company that has a laser focus on providing only 1 product of AI. Its goal is to transform the way that individuals connect & use technology by giving it the AI edge.
Developed by a team from Google’s area 120, an incubator that works specifically on experimental products, the group has created a smartphone app that could teach newcomers some coding basics.
Got an idea for a newsletter? ‘Revue’ is a newsletter development platform where you can create any form of a newsletter & send it across to your subscribers.
The photos in question can be selfies or even portraits clearly showing the front of the face so as to show the person’s best features.