Daily by Buffer – do you think that great content is hard to find? Each day Daily by Buffer will give you a new batch of articles and posts they think you’ll really like. Check them out, then swipe right on content you love and left on what you want to skip (or use the buttons if you’d prefer). Your picks will automatically join your Buffer queue to be shared with your fans and followers.
Breeze – is a US site which will pay you up to $35/hr, driving for Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar. Also, starting at $20 per day, you can rent a new, fuel-efficient car in the US with insurance in your name and all maintenance covered. Then, the flexible rate is $0.25/mile so you only pay for the miles you use.
FlashSticks – learning a foreign language can be really difficult. That’s why you need all the help you can get. Flashsticks can be simply described as foreign language post-it notes. Flashsticks are available for German, French, Spanish, and Italian. Learn a new language faster by sitcking your FlashSticks up in convenient places around you and learning as you go about your daily routine.
BrandSeen – How well do you know some of the most popular brands on earth? Many logos are seen in our everyday lives but how well does your subconscious store all the details? Find out by selecting the color you associate with each logo Brandseen gives you. You’ll be scored based on how close your response matches the original brand. See how well your score compares with others.
Play My Inbox – is an app which scans your Gmail account for YouTube music links and SoundCloud links, and places them in an easy-to-use interface for streaming playback. This is particularly useful if you have lots of music links but have frequent trouble finding them all. To reassure users about privacy, the Gmail access token only lasts for 60 minutes.