Web Finds for April 28, 2017
Web Finds are from my web surfing travels. You’ll find some unique, informative, and some of the coolest websites and apps that you may have never known existed. Enjoy!
Collate for Mac is a privacy focused, locally hosted, cross-platform note-taking application. Choose between Rich Text, Markdown, Outline or Web Clipper note types to take notes more effectively. Sync via Dropbox. Collate is $20, but you can check it out for free during a 14 day trial to see how it works for you.
Prizmo — Scanning, OCR, and Speech
Prizmo 4 for iOS is now available with improved design and workflow, alongside brand new features! Prizmo is a universal photo-based scanner app that lets you scan and recognize text documents, business cards, and images, and then export them as PDF/Text, vCard, or JPEG/PNG. Prizmo relies on state-of-the-art technologies, like a highly accurate OCR, real-time page detection, and beautiful image cleanup. Using iCloud, you can even shoot the picture on your iPhone, and finish editing on your iPad or Mac. All of this in an elegant and intuitive user experience.
Snappy for Mac and iOS Snappy is perfect for clipping stuff from your screen, visual note taking, reference information between windows on top of the many creative uses you’ll discover along the way. And because snaps are always visible until dismissed, you don’t have to Alt+Tab all the time, thus keeping your focus intact.
Canvas — Episode #34: Password Managers
This week Fraser and Federico look at another aspect of personal security on iOS and Mac: password managers. Many people have looked at password managers and decided they are too complex, too annoying or just too geeky for daily use. This episode is here to convince you or your friends and family of all the great and important reasons why you should be using a password manager.
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