Back again with another Top 7 apps post. Today we have Daniel Marhely who is the founder of Deezer;
Deezer is the first truly global on-demand audio provider, offering a digital music streaming service in more than 180 countries, with 16 million monthly active users and 6 million paid subscribers worldwide.
Deezer is at the forefront of a streaming revolution, allowing fans instant access to the largest music catalogue in the world, with more than 35 million songs and 30,000+ radio channels on any device.Combining the best of man and machine, Deezer’s global editorial team searches for the best music around the world and its algorithmic recommendations help fans discover music they will truly love. Deezer is available on your favourite device, including smartphone, tablet, PC, laptop, home sound system, connected car or smart TV.
Launched in 2007, Deezer is a privately held company, headquartered in Paris with offices in San Francisco and around the world. Deezer is currently available as a free download for iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows devices or on the web at http://www.deezer.com globally outside the US. In October 2014 Deezer acquired leading on-demand talk radio service Stitcher.
Let’s have a look at Daniel’s list…
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Waze: Crowd-sourced travel times and route details, getting me from A to B in the quickest way possible. I’m a big fan of anything people-powered.
Telegram: In my opinion this is much better than WhatsApp – it sends messages faster than any other messenger service, messages are also encrypted and can self-destruct.
Sunrise: An elegant and intuitive calendar app that has replaced the iOS calendar for me. A joy to use when planning my week.
Freeletics: An exercise app with a focus on high intensity workouts… tougher than most, but worth the effort. I haven’t started freerunning around Paris…yet.
Uber: From a business point of view I love any kind of disruptive technology especially when it expands an existing category. From a personal point of view it comes in very handy when abroad…or feeling lazy after using Freeletics.
TED: To dream
Plex: A media centre that lets you stream videos pretty much anywhere – mobile, tv, tablet, laptop – my portable cinema. Exceptional ease of use.
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Thanks to Daniel for his list, he has reminded me to check out Sunrise as I’m also not a fan of the iOS calendar.
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