Learning how to play the piano is challenging, especially if you don’t have the time or cash for traditional lessons. Skoove is an iOS app designed to help you learn piano at home.
You can become a piano pro through Skoove’s virtual lessons thanks to interactive tutorials and feedback from advanced AI. For a limited time, you can get a lifetime subscription to Skoove premium piano lessons for only $139.97 (regularly $300). That’s the best price across the web!
Whether you want to get more from your travels or boost your career opportunities, speaking an additional language is one of the most rewarding ways to do it. And the most convenient way to learn? With an award-winning language-learning platform.
xTiles is a powerful visual organization tool that helps you lay out a plan so you can accomplish tasks great and small. Whether you’re working on a big coding project, a lengthy memo or something else entirely, this iOS app will help you achieve your goal.
If you like to see all the moving pieces of what you’re working on, having xTiles on your iPhone is a real boon. This visual planning app is smart and simple to use, and a lifetime subscription is only $59.99 (regularly $90). That’s the best price online!
If you own an iPhone XS or newer, your device comes with eSIM built in. That means you can skip physical SIM cards and simply set up cellular plans for international travel right on your phone, avoiding roaming charges wherever you go.
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You can do that using one of the best apps out there — the Holafly: International eSIM app. With the free app, you can activate and manage eSIMs for different countries from your iPhone. And that means you can enjoy reliable, affordable internet on all your international travels.
We’ve all heard people talk about being “struck” by inspiration, which makes it sound a lot like lightning. As if inspiration is a thing that happens rarely and at random to people who were just meant to be inspired.
However, working artists and entrepreneurs have one thing in common: They know better. If ideas are your bread and butter, you have to go looking for inspiration and sometimes create your own.
That’s the biggest idea behind Deepstash, an app that is quite literally filled with big ideas.
How do your everyday actions affect your rate of aging? The Humanity app serves as a one-stop shop for gauging how the way you eat, exercise, rest and think impacts your overall health. It’s a science-backed comprehensive health guide, packaged into a single app — at a surprisingly low price.
During our Spring Digital Blowout sale, which ends April 3, you can pick up a lifetime premium subscription to the Humanity health app for only $99.97 (regularly $299) with no coupon required. That’s nearly 70% off a highly rated service that’s primed to elevate your fitness, nutrition and mental well-being.
Swiss developer Morten Just has built a whole slew of useful Mac apps under the name Otato. But his latest app wasn’t made by him at all: He asked ChatGPT to build it for him.
While Just earned his stripes as a professional programmer, he didn’t write a single line of code to create 5 Movies. It’s an iPhone app that gives you five daily movie recommendations, shows you the trailers on YouTube and tells you where you can stream the films. (It’s currently pending App Store approval.)
When I interviewed Morten earlier this week for Cult of Mac, I asked him how he got ChatGPT to build his app, what the generated code looked like, and how AI-coded apps will impact ordinary people as well as software developers.
In nature, good things happen by accident all the time. But when it comes to business or work, that’s rarely the case. Whether you’re building a house, coding an app or writing the next Great American Novel, you need a definitive plan. And while computers can help, there comes a time in any project when your to-do list can get overwhelming.
That’s where a visual planning app like xTiles can be a lifesaver.
If you know anything about the dangers of hacking and identity theft lurking online, you may already know an app to manage all of your passwords can be a lifesaver. Passbolt is a good one. It uses a “secret key” for all of its authentication and encryption operations, keeping your information safe.
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