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We’re back at it again: Welcome to the second round of the Netted Beta Program, where we put you in the test-pilot’s seat to try apps and services before they’re launched. For this round, we’ve picked five more companies in private beta that we’re excited about, who’ve offered limited spots exclusively for Netted readers to try them out. So get in there now to use the coolest new apps before anyone else can, and help develop a new generation of tech.
In the days of yore, music was something to be collected, compiled, handed down to your grandkids. Voltra updates that idea for the 21st century—it’s a suite of apps for storing music files and listening to them across all your devices. Build your library by getting access here. (Limited to 500 users.)
Cloud storage is the best—except when you can’t remember which cloud your stuff is stored in. Get a handle on that with Meta, which lets you instantly search across Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, and many more. Start browsing like never before
by signing up for access here.(Limit reached)
Giving to charity sounds good, but it’s kind of a lot of effort. But not with Drops: It’s a web service that connects with your credit card, rounds up purchases, and donates the difference to a variety of charities across the country. Make your first donation by getting access here. (Limited to 500 users.)
It’s 2016. Sticky notes are not cutting it anymore. You need Bear: Store everything from reminders to essays with its Mac and iOS apps. Turn on focus mode, add images, format text with shortcuts, and more. Get access here and take notes like never before. (Limited to 500 Mac users; 100 for iOS.)
For many of us, the kitchen is a mystery: Butter? Margarine? Will this explode in the microwave? If that sounds like you, meet JULIA, an SMS cooking guide. From recipe ideas to specific questions, text her and she’ll message back with help. Grab an apron and get access here. (Limited to 500 users.)
Welcome to the Netted Beta Program, a new series where we put you in the test-pilot’s seat to try apps and services before they’re launched. We’ve picked four companies in private beta that we’re excited about, who’ve offered limited spots exclusively for Netted readers to try them out. So get in there now to use the coolest new apps before anyone else can, and help develop a new generation of tech. Strap in, it’s gonna be a wild ride.
Traveling with Claire is almost as good as teleporting: Message this A.I. travel assistant to find and book flights, track your itinerary, get delay notifications, and alter your plans with a text. It works well for helping teams reduce travel expenses, but anyone can benefit from planning trips via SMS, Facebook Messenger, Slack, and more.
Say hello to your new travel agent by getting access here(signups closed).
You take a lot of photos on your phone: selfies, vacation shots, selfies on vacation—the list goes on. But organizing those photos? Yikes. That’s why Bento Cam (iOS) is awesome: It automatically sorts your photos as you take them, and puts them into folders on your phone or sends them to Google Drive or Dropbox.
Get access here and get your camera roll in shape(signups closed).
Business as usual: Meet someone new, receive their business card, put it in your pocket, forget all about them. Business with Cimply (Android): Swap contact info and social media handles with others, and save details on the context of your intro and the personality traits of the person you met—all right on your phone.
Cut to the front of the waitlist here to get in within the next two weeks and start making those connections(signups closed).
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Alright, time for the top secret stuff. This app is so new we can’t even tell you its real name. Here’s what we can tell you: It’s an iOS app and Gmail plugin that intelligently sorts incoming messages based on urgency, and allows you to further categorize your mail with custom filters.
Do yourself a favor and get access here, and then unlock it with code NETTED(signups closed).
Guide • July 28, 2016