SQOOP is a startup as news discovery service, founded by Bill Hankes and David Kellum. The service is designed to help journalists find what’s interesting is going on before it really becomes the news. It does this by unlocking company information from public data websites.
FotoJet works online and provides you quick photo editing features from its user-friendly interface. Unlike to Photoshop and other applications, it can be easily used by amateurs and average users.
AngelList is an online platform for startups to raise fund, angel investors to provide capital for business startups, and job-seekers to apply and work for tech startups.
You can now easily create mailing lists from Google Contacts on your Gmail account, then compose email newsletters of your blog content and start sending them in minutes.
You can track people who unfollowed you on Twitter and stop following them in just a few clicks. There are various free and premium services available that allows you to keep track of your Twitter unfollowers and easily unfollow them all from one interface.
In June 2013 Twitter killed RSS feeds completely and then people started to find out ways of generating Twitter RSS feeds. Programmers also started working on techniques to bring RSS feed back for netizens.
Some ended up writing long, complicated but workable ways of creating Twitter RSS feeds and some created quick, easy tools anyone can use online.
Instapaper is a useful web service that lets Android, Chrome, iPhone & iPad users save anything on web to read offline from anywhere using any device.
A Feature Graphic is required in order to get any app featured anywhere within Google Play. The purpose of featured graphic is to show off creative assets and more attract users.
Other than feature graphic, Google Play also asks you to upload promo graphic, banner asset for Android TV, Hi-res icon and app screenshots.
In this lesson, you will learn about a very easy method of creating feature, promo, hi-res, Android TV and other graphics online to upload on Google Play.